Frisco Archive Corrections

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by FriscoCharlie, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. FriscoCharlie

    FriscoCharlie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporter


    I know that some of you have posted corrections on the Frisco Archive. For example; when I've mislabeled a steam engine as a 2-8-2 when it is a 2-8-0, etc.

    There are several of these that are uncorrected and I don't want people to think that I am ignoring those.

    All of the correction comments are preserved in the software and when I get time I will be sorting through all of those and making the corrections. So, please continue to post (on the Frisco Archive) under any picture that is labeled incorrectly, or in cases that you have supplemental information.

    Thank you,

  2. FriscoCharlie

    FriscoCharlie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporter

    Once again guys, thanks for the corrections. Quite a few have built up and as soon as possible, I will sort through and update the errors.

  3. tmfrisco

    tmfrisco Member Supporter

    Charlie, don't worry about not correcting these corrections yet. I know you do a lot for us and this site that we don't even know about, so I, for one, do not worry about these issues and certainly do not believe you ignore anything. I appreciate what you do for us, so rest assured all is good.

  4. Joe Lovett

    Joe Lovett Member

    Charlie, I agree with Terry, you have been great when it comes to the website. You have always been on top of things in a hurry and we appreciate your help. I consider you as a good friend and wish you all the luck in your ventures going forth!!!

  5. Coonskin

    Coonskin Member

    The archive is one of the best features of this site. I see lots of hard work and commitment to keep it going as you do Charlie. That is very much appreciated.

    An aside: Isn't that recent picture of NW2 #251 early-on in its career a killer pic???
  6. Larry F.

    Larry F. Member Supporter

    While Link's photos of the N&W were far more dramatic, I don't think anyone surpassed Arthur Johnson for capturing the nuts and bolts of engine photography--he was the master. Larry

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