In 1950 my family travelled from Kansas City to Springfield and return. I have photos of both numbers 20 and 21 at the depot at Clinton but wonder just how we got there? Apparently the depot at Greene St. was about .8 of a mile from the main track at Clinton Jct. on a dead-end spur. Am I correct in assuming the Frisco depot was on this spur off the main track and depending on the direction of the train they either headed into the spur (southward) or backed in (northward) and then reversed this process in order to leave town?