Ozark Turn SLSF 202 Here is a shot of a sbd Ozark Turn, which was taken south of Cassidy, MO during the winter of '74-'75. Consist is typical of that era. Power was usually a re-engined Baldwin, which pulled covered hoppers of feed and fertilizer. I also recall a bulk petroleum distributor, which would receive a tank car or two. South of the James River Power Plant, the Ozark Br. still retained its original 56 lb rail. The mill date on the rails was circa 1888 if I remember correctly. Needless to say the trip to Ozark was a slow one. Note the cleared area next to the train. This was the site of a previous derailment, where several covered hoppers left he rails, and rolled on to their side.