Frisco 4-4-0 engines 122-182

Discussion in '4-4-0 American' started by RICHCRAB, Nov 10, 2005.


    RICHCRAB Guest

    Hello Frisco Folks

    Here are a couple of photos of Frisco 4-4-0 American

    #122, 140, 151, & 182

    Enjoy, Rich

    Ship it on the Frisco!

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  2. jmannmanny

    jmannmanny New Member Supporter

    Engine listed as 122 really is 221. See 221 photo later in this spread. John Mann
  3. wpmoreland719

    wpmoreland719 Member Supporter


    I just stumbled on these photos. No. 151 was originally owned by the St. Louis, Salem, and Little Rock RR before it was absorbed into the Frisco and became the Salem Branch around the turn of the century. Just a little info on the prototype: Built in 1881 by Rogers for the St. Louis, Salem, and Little Rock. Originally equipped with an oil burning headlight, but later converted to electric. Retired in 1915.

    I repainted and decaled an IHC Illinois Central 4-4-0 for this very locomotive, although there is a lot more detailing that I need to do to give the prototype the respect that it deserves. See my Salem Branch album for the model, and the Salem Branch thread for a photo of this locomotive and a fellow American at the Salem depot in 1890.

    Pat Moreland,
    Union Mo.

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