Discussion in 'Track Charts/Industry Schematics' started by meteor910, Nov 9, 2011.
A scale maybe?
Thanks, Karl - the "T" makes sense now as I look at schematics and the types of industries listed at those locations. "T" as in Tank spot.
Meanwhile, back to industry schematics- the A&A Sub charts I've seen should help quite a bit. For anybody modeling from, say, Hope to Ashdown to Idabel, the Arkco spur should keep someone quite busy.
I'm rather curious- did Arkco have it's own motive power for switching, or did Frisco perform all that work?
Re: Frisco Industrial Schematics
Thank you, thank you, ditto.
And lest you think I'm ungrateful- thank, Richard!!! These are definitely WAY helpful and fill quite a few holes!
V=Ground Level Spot
X=Open Spot, not limited by specific loading/unloading facility or device.
Do you have any idea about spot 1 on the Kissick diagram I posted earlier?
Possibly, but the scales in the other diagrams are marked "scale".
My thought was perhaps an overhead crane, but I have no evidence for that.
Does anyone have Frisco Industrial Diagrams for Kansas Divisions and Subs?
Does anyone have the Track Chart and Industry Schematics for the River Division? Am really interested in Lindenwood to Chaffee but would love from Chaffee to Memphis as well..
Thanks for any help!!
Mark, there is a portion of the St. Louis Sub Track Chart here...
This is from about Mile 7.1 (Lindenwood Yard/SE Jct.) to just south of Rush Tower at MP 50. I have a copy of this chart for the St. Louis Sub onward to Chaffee; I'll try to scan sometime.
I've personally not seen a chart for the Chaffee Subdivision (Chaffee, MO to Turrell, AR) but perhaps someone around these parts has one.
Thanks a bunch. I have been talking to Keith about this and we are looking for the same thing. I have started my layout and am in the process of getting things organized to have appropriate operations. I have had ample opportunity to get some info because my son goes to SEMO but haven't taken the time to do it. My youngest will be enrolled there in the fall so I hope to get on the stick and get down there for a few pictures. Whenever you get those other charts that will help a great deal..
Do take advantage of any chances to get to wander around and check things out. Indeed, my minor at Southeast Mo. State in the early 1990s could have been "train watching and photography in and around Cape." You should also look up Jim James in Cape and Tim Cannon in Chaffee when you're in that neck of the woods.
I'm back to this site after years away since I'm back to track planning an HO layout for our new storeroom here in W. Knoxville. It first needs HAC, wall/ceiling boards, and a lot more lighting. Lebanon still has charms. Doug
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