I'm looking for information anyone may have on a small railroad known as the Salem, Winona, and Southern. For those who don't know, it was a small railroad built in the late 1800's-early 1900's, presumably to connect Salem Mo with Winona Mo, both of which were Frisco interchange points. There is a proposed map showing this connection, but I don't believe the line was ever completed. I am specifically looking for any information on how far the line was actually built, and where they might have run. I'm in school in that area right now, and absolutely love visiting that part of the Ozarks. I would like to model this area in the future, and would like to get some pictures of the area before I'm done with school and leave. I've checked old topo maps. The oldest I can find is the Eminence map from 1915 on the USGS website. It shows the railroad running up Jacks fork hollow with another track named spur3, which is probably one of the tram ways serving the huge saw mill that was at West Eminence for a time. The railroad head off in the direction of Round Spring MO, but the other maps I can find are too new to show the railroad. Thanks for the help.