Ex-ATSF cabooses

Discussion in '1100-1199' started by slsf580, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. slsf580

    slsf580 Member

    I have put together a summary of several threads related to the numbering and disposition of Frisco 1100 series ex-Santa Fe cabooses. Does anyone have updates or corrections to this list?

    SLSF# ExATSF# BN# LOCATION
    1100 1601 11500
    1101 1522 11501 Rogers, AR
    1102 1573 11502 Milton, FL
    1103 1746 Scrapped Amory, MS 2009
    1104 1632 11503 Denver, CO
    1105 1535 11504
    1128 1657 11505 Lakespur, CO
    1130 1509 11506 Wahoo, NE
    1133 1592 11507
    1136 1585
    1139 1578 11508 Lakespur, CO
    1141 1515 11509 Buffalo, MO
    1142 1710 11510
    1145 1688 11511 Cuba, MO
    1147 1715 11512 Jewitt, TX
    1152 1542 11513
    1153 1646 11514
    1159 1596 11515
    1163 1586 11516
    1164 1654 11517
    1166 1588 11518
    1170 1566 11519 Divide, CO
    1177 1531
    1180 1706 11521 Weston, TX
    1181 1696 11522
    1182 1711
    1191 1610 11524
    1195 1644 11525

    Mike Sypult
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  2. paul slavens

    paul slavens Member

    Nice, anybody have any recent pics of any of these? Im tempted to track one down and see if I can arrange to bring it home and restore it, but I should probably just stay the course and focus on 1288, hoping to move it soon when the weather gets a bit better.
     
  3. Brad Slone

    Brad Slone Member Frisco.org Supporter

    I don't know the number of the car, but the Lay Z Day Canoes and Campground near St Roberts Mo. has one of them, they show a side view of it on their website. How in the world it found it's way down there is beyond me, it's not exactly on the beaten path.

    Brad Slone
     
  4. mark

    mark Member

    Brad,

    Thank you for your post. You have located caboose SLSF 1141, formerly located in Buffalo, MO.

    Through a series of phone calls a couple of years ago we had traced the caboose from the former owners in Buffalo to a retired Air Force person near St. Roberts, MO. Unfortunately, at that time the trail went cold.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks!

    Mark
     

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