Discussion in 'General' started by frisco4301, Oct 31, 2007.
If they happen and there are some available for purchase, I'd love to have a set or two.
Thank you Andre. I just found this road several months ago and I am intrigued by it. I’ve already built the caboose and I am working on the #800 GE 70 tonner now. I will let everyone know about the decals as soon as know.
I make custom decals and I have these in all scales if anyone is interested. This is one of my favorite non Frisco roads. That is the M&NA, Eureka Springs cars and the Ozarka cars. I'm also working on the Ozarka tank trailer and truck too. Years ago these were available from Rail Graphics. The decal sheet would letter the tank cars and the reefer (actually glass lined tanks)cars. The original scheme when the reefers were new from ACF is still available from Clover House dry transfer decals in all scales.
Great news!If they are avail early inO scale where can I order?Thanks
Timothy, I would be interested in a decal for one Ozarka Water tank car for N scale. How much do you want for the decal?
An oldie but a goody!
Joe, I sent you a message.
Tim, get a good high resolution scan of those graphics, please.
I’m interested in your O scale Ozarka decals. Thanks
Technically Missouri and Arkansas, not A&O still seems best to place it here. No. 50 was a frequent workhorse on the Harrison to Joplin portion of the M&A. Seen here in Seligman MO.
My brother Marty has been cleaning and scanning negatives/slides from our Grandfather and his brother's collections.
M&A crew arrives in Seligman, north end of yard, to interchange with the Frisco. You can see a warehouse on the west side of tracks, not a lot of pictures of it around, as well as the stock pens for loading stock cars, on the far side of it. You wouldn't know it now, but Seligman used to be a hopping place for a small town.
Thank you so much for sharing these photos. These pictures likely date toward the last of the operations of the M&A. Possibly the last weeks. Thanks also to your brother Marty for his part in this, too. "New" pictures of the North Arkansas, any era, are rare indeed.
You're welcome Andre'.
Great pictures Craig. Thanks
Judging from the tired looking state of #50, I would agree with that. There are spiffier pictures of her around.
Go ahead and post any pictures of railroads in the Ozarks that interchanged with the Frisco.
Always nice photos.
The Railroad in pictures:
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