Yard Offices - misc

Discussion in 'Yard Offices' started by paul, Oct 20, 2002.

  1. paul

    paul Guest

    Springfield Yard Office/Tower

    Springfield Yard Office/Tower

    Taken from under the Kansas Expressway Overpass.

    November 25,2000
     

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  2. paul

    paul Guest

    North Yard, Springfield,MO

    North Yard, Springfield,MO

    November 25,2000
     

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  4. cody

    cody Guest

    Yard office in Wichita, KS

    This is the yard office in Wichita. BNSF still used/uses a portion of it.
     

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  5. roger

    roger Guest

    Yard Office, Rosedale, KS

    Rosedale, KS. 3/94. It has since been rebuilt into a private business.
     

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  6. roger

    roger Guest

    Yard Office, Springfield, MO

    Springfield, MO. 12/20/85
     

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  7. pensive

    pensive Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Here's a view from another angle of the Office/Control Tower at Springfield MO. Taken from the Kansas Expressway Overpass on July 9, 2006. Photograph by Rich Lawler.
     

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  8. Rick McClellan

    Rick McClellan 2009 Engineer of the Year

    A little update on the Northern Division office at the Rosedale yard. It was torn down a couple of years ago when Turkey Creek was improved to control flooding. Now it is just an empty lot.

    The BNSF is also replacing the bridges over the double main near where the Division office was located.

    The Garvey elevator just east of the Division office was torn down last year. Hard to tell there was ever a yard there.

    Ship IT on the Frisco!

    Rick
     
  9. skyman54

    skyman54 Member

    They use to have the tower on the South side of the yard by a drive in all by itself on steel girders in Springfield Mo. Wish i had a picture of that one.
     
  10. ashnme

    ashnme locoengr

    The Railroad Historical Museum has a video which has the tower and yards in it.
     

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