Discussion in '1100-1199' started by roger, May 31, 2001.
SLSF 1100 - 2000
SLSF 1100 Gilbertown, AL. 3/30/00
SLSF 1101 - 1996
SLSF 1101 Rogers, AR. 3/27/96
SLSF 1102 - 2000
SLSF 1102 Milton, FL. 3/30/00
SLSF 1108 - 1997
SLSF 1108 Amory, MS. 5/14/97
SLSF 1128 - 1999
SLSF 1128 Larkspur, CO. 10/20/99
SLSF 1130 - 1998
SLSF 1130 Wahoo, NE. 9/16/98
SLSF 1145 - 1999
SLSF 1145 Cuba, MO. 3/15/99
SLSF 1147 - 1999
SLSF 1147 Jewett, TX. 3/30/99
SLSF 1180/BN 11521 - 2001
SLSF 1180/BN 11521 Weston, TX. 3/19/01
SLSF 1104/BN 11503 - 1999
SLSF 1104/BN 11503 Denver, CO. 10/28/99
SLSF 1170/BN 11519 - 1994
SLSF 1170/BN 11519 Divide, CO. 2/10/94. Photo by Roger Kirkpatrick
SLSF 1102 - 1991
SLSF 1102 in Milton, Florida 1991?
SLSF 1141 - 2002
SLSF 1141 Buffalo, MO. 5/19/02
Although of poor quality, this photo is notable for an in-service view of a frisco ex-Santa Fe caboose. Taken from the 18th Street bridge SL-SF 1170 is on a transfer run in Saint Louis MO in April 1977. Photograph by Rich Lawler.
Here's an updated look at ex-Santa Fe caboose SLSF 1145 at Cuba MO on August 19, 2006. The plaque reads: "Presented to the Crawford County Historical Society by the Burlington Northern Railroad and Richard C. Grayson May 14, 1983". Photographs by Rich Lawler.
Does anyone know the status of 1141 shown at Buffalo Mo ? Or have any more recent pics? appears to be privately owned and in fairly good condition 12 years ago.
Brad Sloan has located SLSF 1141 for us.
It was moved several years ago from Buffalo, to Lay Z Day Canoes and Campground, 23455 Teak Lane, St. Roberts, MO. Please see the photo at http://www.layzday.com/index.php/amenities/. The facility is on the Big Piney River.
Hope this helps.
That's great info to learn on 1141 ! Thanks Brad and Marc. I had wondered if she had met her demise from a scrappers torch, Im delighted that she did not. I will definitely be taking my wife and kids to Lay Z day Canoes and Campgrounds later this summer and will get some current pics to post ! Another missing caboose is 1228 that used to be in Okmulgee Ok, I have heard that it went to Texas, and have heard that it was cut up and scrapped, but have been unable to confirm either story.
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