Public Timetable April 1937

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  1. chris

    chris Guest

    April, 1937 Public Timetable. Note the reference notes at the bottom, which indicate where trains would stop and under what circumstances.
     

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  2. chris

    chris Guest

    ble - St Louis, Cape Girardeau, Kennett & Caruthersville

    April, 1937 Public Timetable
     

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  3. chris

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    April, 1937 Public Timetable
     

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  4. chris

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    April 1937 Public Timetable - St Louis, Springfield, Tulsa & Oklahoma City

    April, 1937 Public Timetable.
     

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  5. cody

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    Public Timetable - St Louis, Joplin and Wichita

    Public Timetable - St Louis, Joplin and Wichita
     

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  6. cody

    cody Guest

    Public Timetable - Beaumont and Enid

    Public Timetable -
     

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  7. Re: Public Timetable - St Louis, Joplin and Wichita

    Any idea when train 3-303 from St. Louis through Monett, Joplin and Wichita became named "The Will Rogers"? Was it while he was still alive?
     
  8. arkrail

    arkrail Member Frisco.org Supporter

    The Will Rogers name was applied to trains 3-4 after they were upgraded, effective October 18, 1936. This was about 14 months after Will Rogers had been killed in a plane crash in Alaska. Westbound train #3 left St. Louis at 11:59pm and arrived Oklahoma City 12:59pm, while eastbound #4 left OKC 11:30am and arrived STL 12:15am. #4 carried an Oklahoma City-Chicago Pullman (via Alton RR north of STL). The train also initially carried a St. Louis-Oklahoma City Pullman and a non-air conditioned St. Louis-Springfield setout Pullman in each direction, as well as "deluxe lounge" and dining car service.

    Bill
     
  9. urogers

    urogers Utah Carroll Rogers

    Re: Public Timetable - Beaumont and Enid

    I worked from Enid to Beaumont in the early 60's and we was put up in a great little hotel owned by a rich rancher that did a lot of shipping on the SLSF so he built a very nice small hotel for the tain crews to lay over in when we tied up in that station.
     
  10. klrwhizkid

    klrwhizkid Administrator Staff Member Administrator Frisco.org Supporter

    Public Timetable from Chris on this thread
     

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