Stoutland Mo

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  1. Frisco Depot Stoutland Mo

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      1. STOUTLAND Milepost: 167.5[​IMG]

        Named for Captain Stout, one of the directors of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad.

        It is both located in Camden and Laclede Counties, a portion of it lying in each.
     
  2. Stoutland Depot 1912
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  3. RogerRT

    RogerRT Staff Member Staff Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Why post the same photo twice??? Roger
     
  4. Just a typeing error working my laptop,...did not know I already clicked
    Sorry
     
  5. The ground sure dropped down out from under the back side of the depot back then. You would think they would have at least filled in the drop off area a little to get some more level area under and behind the back side of the building.
     
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  6. William Jackson

    William Jackson Bill Jackson

    Karl, that's where the toilet is, just drops in. Fancy one for that time period.
     
  7. gjslsffan

    gjslsffan Staff Member Staff Member

    Your just twisted Bill.
     
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  8. Well then i feel sorry for those that were working in or around the buildings down below.
     
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  9. geep07

    geep07 Member

    Notice how the rail was laid back then. No tie plates for each tie.
    When where tie plates introduced to rail laying technology?
     
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  10. Supposedly about 1900. Not sure how long it may have taken specific railroads to start using them but apparently not being used here yet in 1912.
     
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  11. William Jackson

    William Jackson Bill Jackson

    Tie Plates, would have been added when the railroad upgraded rail. The rail would cut into a tie with no plates, making it difficult to install plates. Very expensive, 3250 ties to a standard mile times two, that's a lot of steel. So plates was installed, a few miles at a time.
     
  12. klrwhizkid

    klrwhizkid Administrator Staff Member Administrator Frisco.org Supporter

    I'm guessing that the gentleman is unloading grain from that CGW boxcar. It looks like whatever he is unloading is light colored and it looks like parts of a grain door laying on the ground next to the car.
     
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