Is this photo known?

Discussion in 'Action Photos' started by patrick flory, Feb 10, 2020.

  1. patrick flory

    patrick flory Member

    if not, I’ll get a better picture. It’s on the wall in a toy train museum.
     

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  2. klrwhizkid

    klrwhizkid Administrator Staff Member Administrator Frisco.org Supporter

    Patrick, I am not aware of any other pictures of #191.
     
  3. patrick flory

    patrick flory Member

    Next time I go there I’ll ask to take it to a non glare location to get a clear shot.

    How about that early mail crane?
     
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  4. Karl

    Karl 2008 Engineer of the Year Frisco.org Supporter

    The 190-195 class locomotives were the last of the 4-4-0's to arrive (1907) on the Frisco (Colorado Southern, New Orleans, & Pacific). The Dickson-built locomotives were slightly smaller than sister 4-4-0's of the 1903-built 200-219 class (also Dickson locomotives). Following the re-org of 1916, the locomotives went to the NOT&M. The 191 became that roads number 17 and ultimately number 937, and a member of the E-69 Class. Will dig up my 1907 roster and provide the particulars. I have not been able to locate a diagram yet.
     
  5. patrick flory

    patrick flory Member

    Nice. So it ended up on an MP ancestor, part of which ran in my hometown. That engine may have actually run a mile from where my house would be in the future. Sounds like a modeling project.
     

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