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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    6 Hours Ago
    I wonder if all was from a wheel report of one train? Doesnt matter, but it is kinda cool that most, if not all of these cars went thru Grand Junction on there way to the Frisco. Now that is cool to me.
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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    8 Hours Ago
    Thank you Derrick, Thats a great question I have been trying to look up same. But I will say they might demo here a bit longer than they did on the Frisco :D:D
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  • dricketts's Avatar
    9 Hours Ago
    These are really nice. Great job! Do we know how long the Frisco demoed these?
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  • rc2477's Avatar
    9 Hours Ago
    rc2477 replied to a thread motorcar decals in General
    I was looking around and I see that at one time Oddball decals made a set for the motorcars but I'm afraid it might be next to impossable to find one of these sets now with all everyone has been going through to get anything from Oddball. If anyone finds a spare motorcar set in the decal box I'm happy to buy it from them, it's set 87-727. Happy Holidays all, Craig
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  • Karl's Avatar
    11 Hours Ago
    Thanks for your kind sentiments.
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  • tferk's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    Ray, there is more on the way, all from 1966. Ted Ferkenhoff Flagstaff AZ
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  • Jim James's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    I vote you the most awesome of the awesome diesel modelers. Scary realistic.
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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    |-||-|Got some weathering done in the last couple days on these locomotives. Every picture I have seen of these Demonstrators in service, they were pretty dirty. thanks for looking |-||-|
    17 replies | 678 view(s)
  • William Jackson's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    Thanks Karl, we all enjoy these little bits of history that you contribute to the site. We don't always say so, but this is a special thanks Bill Jackson
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  • rayw's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    I love this this kind of information. Especially when it fits the era and area I'm modeling! Thanks for sharing it with us. If you have more let's see it! Ray Wells
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  • Coonskin's Avatar
    17 Hours Ago
    Hi GS! Yup, that roster coincides with the roster I previously referred to. Ah... but within the rosters lies a bit of a "could be seen this way or that". For example, BOTH the HH900 #50 and the S-2 #56 were disposed of in 8/64, one (#50) to a second hand dealer, the other (#56) to the scrap pile. However (and here is where the plot thickens), we have visual evidence that the #56 did indeed make it into the interim stripe scheme with...
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  • rc2477's Avatar
    18 Hours Ago
    rc2477 replied to a thread motorcar decals in General
    Thank you Don, I thought it might be something like this. I always get good advice here, again thanks! Craig
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  • gstout's Avatar
    18 Hours Ago
    According to this web site: http://www.thedieselshop.us/KCT.HTML the 50 was off the roster before the end of 1964, so I doubt it was ever repainted into the yellow stripe/diamond herald livery. As far as the North Western switch engine goes, don't give up so easily. It could have drifted down to Kansas City on loan, short-term lease or second-hand purchase via the Great Western, Milwaukee or Rock Island (might want to use a tasteful "patch...
    25 replies | 927 view(s)
  • gbnf's Avatar
    18 Hours Ago
    gbnf replied to a thread Website for Depot Floor Plans in General
    Larry E. Shankles - In 1854 the Kansas-Nebraksa Act overturned the Missouri Compromise boundary between slave and free territory and decreed that local residents would determine whether the area became a free state or a slave state. Between 1855 and 1861 extreme violence by both free-state and pro-slavery advocates was described by Eastern newspapers as "Bleeding Kansas". The state legislature of 1860 passed an antislavery law, but it was...
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  • gstout's Avatar
    18 Hours Ago
    There is actually quite a bit more at this same site, including paint diagrams for what appear to be "old-timey" rolling stock. There is also this link, which takes you to 370 photos of Frisco-related subjects, including trains, cars, menus, baggage tag, etc. GS http://digitalcollections.missouristate.edu/cdm4/results.php?CISOOP1=any&CISOBOX1=Frisco&CISOFIELD1=CISOSEARCHALL&CISOROOT=all&CISOSTART=1,1
    3 replies | 166 view(s)
  • tferk's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    This is part of a series of posts of actual freight carloads interchanged to Frisco from Missouri Pacific at Kansas City. These carloads originated on western carriers and were interchanged to Mopac at Pueblo, Colorado. All data taken from Mopac train consists in August 1966. Freight car experts can chime in with details for the railcars. If anyone is interested in the specific industries, let me know and I will post further info. Car: ...
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  • tferk's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    This is part of a series of posts of actual freight carloads interchanged to Frisco from Missouri Pacific at Kansas City. These carloads originated on western carriers and were interchanged to Mopac at Pueblo, Colorado. All data taken from Mopac train consists in August 1966. Freight car experts can chime in with details for the railcars. If anyone is interested in the specific industries, let me know and I will post further info. Car: ...
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  • tferk's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    This is part of a series of posts of actual freight carloads interchanged to Frisco from Missouri Pacific at Kansas City. These carloads originated on western carriers and were interchanged to Mopac at Pueblo, Colorado. All data taken from Mopac train consists in August 1966. Freight car experts can chime in with details for the railcars. If anyone is interested in the specific industries, let me know and I will post further info. Car: ...
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  • tferk's Avatar
    20 Hours Ago
    This is part of a series of posts of actual freight carloads interchanged to Frisco from Missouri Pacific at Kansas City. These carloads originated on western carriers and were interchanged to Mopac at Pueblo, Colorado. All data taken from Mopac train consists in August 1966. Freight car experts can chime in with details for the railcars. If anyone is interested in the specific industries, let me know and I will post further info. Car: ...
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  • tferk's Avatar
    20 Hours Ago
    This is part of a series of posts of actual freight carloads interchanged to Frisco from Missouri Pacific at Kansas City. These carloads originated on western carriers and were interchanged to Mopac at Pueblo, Colorado. All data taken from Mopac train consists in August 1966. Freight car experts can chime in with details for the railcars. If anyone is interested in the specific industries, let me know and I will post further info. Car: ...
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  • Charlie Dix's Avatar
    21 Hours Ago
    Welcome aboard Bill. We are glad to have you. Charlie Sent from my SM-N910R4 using Tapatalk
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  • frisco1522's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    frisco1522 replied to a thread motorcar decals in General
    I did a "mix n match" when I lettered my motorcar. The letterboard is just the Frisco from a passenger car set and I think I robbed the numbers from a passenger steam locomotive set.
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  • Coonskin's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    Welcome! You have a proud heritage within the Frisco! Frisco folk are some of the best folk. Cool idea on the "All Aboard" theme!
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  • frisco1522's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    Welcome aboard Bill. Good luck with the new office and I'm sure you will find many ideas on this board.
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  • Coonskin's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    Hi Jim! Well, if no one can step in and offer an answer at this site (many KCT fans here), then the answer probably isn't available or known. Like you, I'm going to overlook some of the minor discrepancies of the Atlas model vs the KCT prototype, and be happy there's a model that's "good enough" to stand-in for a KCT HH900. I already have two engines earmarked to become KCT units: A pair of Undec Atlas S-2's "Master" series with DCC/Sound...
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  • wmahon's Avatar
    23 Hours Ago
    Hello everyone and what a pleasure it is to have stumbled upon a Frisco site that contains so much information. My father, Bruce F. Mahon, Jr., worked for the Frisco for 47 years, retiring as a VP in Oklahoma City in 1979. He passed away in 1981. I am an Orthodontist and Pediatric Dentist and have lived in Rogers, Arkansas since 1980. I am named after my great great Grandfather, Dr. William T. Mahon, who was a physician in St. Louis and a...
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  • Jim James's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    What a coincidence. I've pre ordered the Tennessee Central #50 from Walthers for the exact loco your doing. I'm adding a Tsunami sound decoder (thanks Keith) and will operate it on Greg Stouts upcoming KCT layout. I'm not sure if the paint scheme changed later in it's career but I'm leaving as delivered and will weather it robustly. I don't look forward to adding the "Kansas City Terminal" lettering. It will be tedious to say the least. The...
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  • Coonskin's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Okay, some sanity is returning (sort of). I realize it would be a stretch to "justify" a CN&W engine plying about KC in the early 60s. So, I'm trying to leave that idea behind and looking at better motive power options that more fully support my theme. (Trying to avoid impulse spending.) First up is to preorder one of the upcoming Paragon2 equipped BLI NW2's in CB&Q "black and grey" livery. Second: I intend to preorder a second BLI NW2...
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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Boy you can sure see from the photo the old girl stood tall and proud moving all that tonnage to help win the Second World War huh? That is a priceless photo showing steam at work, dirty, sandy, oily, but alive, and ready for another trip, ready, willing, and able to move whatever tonnage needed any direction.
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  • Karl's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    A begrimed 4523 rests between assignments in North Springfield on December 6, 1946. The big Northern is little changed in appearance since being delivered during August 1943. The original spoked, pilot-truck wheels have been replaced with solid wheel centers, and the Frisco has since added a conical smoke lifter to the stack. The second to the last steam locomotive purchased by the Frisco, and her sisters have done well moving people...
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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    gjslsffan replied to a thread motorcar decals in General
    Got any pictures? Or maybe you can point me in the right direction to see some photos of these? I am always looking for MW photos that show lettering, a lot of times you can get where you/I want to be mixing and matching decals. I was even looking into some Z scale stuff for the right size coonskin decals LOL.
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  • Larry E Shankles's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    I looked at several of the floor plans of depots from my home area and found something that struck me as curious. The depots that I looked at were, Anna, Arcadia, Coalvale, Fort Scott, Garland, Godfrey, Hammond, Mulberry, and Pittsburg. Of these, only Arcadia had segregated black and white waiting rooms. I did not know that this was even done in Kansas. But the curious part to me is that none of the other depots either north or south of...
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  • rc2477's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    rc2477 started a thread motorcar decals in General
    Hello everyone I was wondering if there are any decals available for the EMC motorcars? I have a spectrum motorcar decorated for the New York Central, it has the safety stripes on the front end similar to the 2120, I've removed the NYC reporting marks and am looking for a decal set or one that is close. Thanks Frisco Folks! Craig
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  • Coonskin's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Update: Crazy busy at work. (68.75 hours in six days.) Not much energy/desire for trains (hobby or otherwise) right now. (I'm going thru one of those "train overload" phases.) However, I continue to watch for HO items that will be useful in the future, such as the upcoming BLI release of their Paragon2 CB&Q NW2. That will definitely be useable on the ol' KC Lines theme. And this brings up another issue: Over the past couple years I've...
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  • klrwhizkid's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    I am going to pay the daughter of local modeler and model railroading legend, Chuck Hitchcock, to do the taping, jointing and finish work. She is very quick and does excellent work. Then comes the painting of the walls for backdrop sky before putting in the drop ceiling grid, lighting and tiles.
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  • klrwhizkid's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Nice work on all it, but the neat work on the drivetrain especially caught my eye. As I was looking at the lettering, my mind interposed an A between the H and the I R. I guess a was thinking Hindsight Agricultural / Industrial Railway.
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  • nvrr49's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    nvrr49 replied to a thread Ferry Slip in Freelance
    Cool find
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  • DanHyde's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Love it! Nothing like "tongue in cheek" Railroad!!
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  • meteor910's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Little Plug! Love it. Bet she rides like a Rolls Royce on that big Alco A-1-A truck. Ken
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  • gjslsffan's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    OK, I was really scraping the bottom of the parts barrel for this one. Needed something appropriate to power the Joint Frisco/Hindsight passenger operation. I think it is powered by Briggs & Stratton. Managed to squeeze in most of the appropriate stuff on the roof too. This is a Athearn BB shell on an Alcoa PA A1A truck and a scratch built frame. Thanks as always to my friend Ken Wulfert for parts, wisdom and inspiration. I know this paint...
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  • Jim James's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Man, that looks good! This is going to be a first rate layout for sure. I can just smell the fresh cut lumber now. Keep us updated.
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  • William Jackson's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Ahhhhh, the sight of fresh bench work. Makes me tremble!
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  • klrwhizkid's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Sheet rock is up on all the walls, ready for taping and jointing. The built-in cantilevers for the some of the benchwork are now readily visible. The walls without cantilevers were already studded. The short stub wall runs plumbing into a nice work sink that will be at the end of a short peninsula for Central Packing Company. The sub-panel to the left of the main panel contains the breakers for all of the lighting and outlets in the layout...
    31 replies | 5790 view(s)
  • tmfrisco's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    tmfrisco replied to a thread Friends Far Afield in SW1500
    I enjoyed the jobs that used the MP15s because they rode very smoothly due to the road trucks under them rather than the regular SW1500 trucks which were rough riding. We also had no problems with flat spots on them because of the same reason. SW1500s had flat spots almost from the beginning. I am glad that they are recognized as being Frisco originals, although it would have been nice to see them in Frisco colors. Terry
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  • Peddling Joe's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Little more info! DOWN AT THE DEPOT pp18-19 of FRISCO ALL AOARD Volume 11, Nover 3, 1998 has some interesting history focused primarily around Snyder, OK. Also the WWI Military registration card dated SEP 12,1918 for a Edward PARKHAM, DOB 18 SEP 1872,Onondago, N.Y. Spouse Margaret obtained from WWW.
    4 replies | 2511 view(s)
  • gbmott's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    gbmott replied to a thread Friends Far Afield in SW1500
    Good catch, Roger! I didn't even think to look at the GP38. The two MP15's have been in Duluth for several years, usually working together, and are referred to by fans up there as the "Frisco Sisters". Gordon
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  • RogerRT's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    RogerRT replied to a thread Friends Far Afield in SW1500
    Not only that the geep is x-Frisco (#427) as well, an all x-Frisco lashup. Very rare!!! Roger
    5 replies | 558 view(s)
  • Jim James's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Jim James replied to a thread Friends Far Afield in SW1500
    Cool! Almost looks like a model railroad photo. I wish the BNSF would do a Frisco heritage paint job on some locos. Thanks for posting the photo.
    5 replies | 558 view(s)
  • gbmott's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    gbmott replied to a thread Friends Far Afield in SW1500
    Almost two years later not only are 3701 and 3702 (SLSF 362-363) still in Duluth (Minnesota), but now they have been joined by SW1500 3411 (SLSF 326) as you will see if you go to the link below. http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=510954 Gordon
    5 replies | 558 view(s)
  • DanHyde's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Welcome, Mike. Many of us here have a long family history of Frisco involvement!
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  • William Jackson's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Very nice, it must have been quite the time, like the hyrail. Noticed the ties, for the most part square.
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  • WindsorSpring's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    You have stumbled across the "mother lode!" The Barriger collection has already been cited on this forum (and on other rail-line-specific groups). This set for the AT&N displays welcome improvement over earlier photocopy releases from the collection. 1. The annotation is clear about location and scene. 2. Annotation for this set includes a "serial number." 3. Photos are generally "square" on the screen (rather than at an angle). The...
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  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    I found several AT&N photos that I've never seen before. They are on flicker. - Brandon https://www.flickr.com/photos/barrigerlibrary/12839879173/in/photostream/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/barrigerlibrary/12839880323/in/photostream/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/barrigerlibrary/12840241444/in/photostream/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/barrigerlibrary/12839813655/in/photostream/...
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  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    trainchaser007 replied to a thread Ferry Slip in Freelance
    I saw this image on ebay. I thought others might like to see what appears to be the end of the pier... as well as the 1951 chevy track inspection car. http://www.ebay.com/itm/AT-N-RR-1951-Chevrolet-Rail-Car-5-4x6-color-photo-/181600342343?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a48395147 - Brandon
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  • Charlie Dix's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Welcome aboard Mike. We are glad to have you. Charlie
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  • Peddling Joe's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    KANSAS RAIL PLAN UPDATE 1999-2000 p 82 shows abandonments including: S.L.S.F. Ry.Beaumont to Northeast Winfield Ks Mileage 42 Abandoment year 1977 Burlington Northern Rr. N. Winfield-Arkansas City-Oklahoma mileage 20.2 Abandonment Year 1982 Joe In my quest to learn about the history and current status of the railroads that passed through my home town of Enid, OK, I gathered quite a bit of reference material. So I am posting...
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  • Peddling Joe's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Have you googled Oklahoms State Rail Plan Update ? Before suggesting this, I did and it has a 2012 update on the www. Older year updates, if available, possibly will also give you vast amounts of information. The challenge is sorting our the part that interests you. My involvement with the OKDOT during the doling out of the former Rock Island properties sure gave me an excellent impression of their forces at that time. They were extremely...
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  • mkmarshall's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Hello, I also wanted to respond to this post since it involves the rail lines radiating from Enid that I'm researching.The southwest to northeast Frisco line is completely gone from Enid to at least Ark City, KS. You can still see the connection near 30th St. and Willow in Enid (the switch is still there where the main line took off for Beaumont). As you pointed out, Farmrail/Grainbelt still operates to the southwest out of Enid to Clinton and...
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  • mkmarshall's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Hello, I just joined the group and noticed this post. I live in Enid (grew up here) and have been researching material for several years for a possible book on Enid's railroads. Lately, I've been trying to find information on the BES line in general and on Edward Lockwood Peckham in particular. I've visited the library and museum in Blackwell but they have very little information on these subjects. I have most of the general biographical...
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  • mkmarshall's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Hello Everyone! I appreciate becoming part of this group. My name is Mike Marshall and I live in Enid, OK. The Frisco has a rich heritage in my town and throughout Oklahoma and I'm looking forward to learning a lot more about that history through my involvement in this group. I'm semi-retired, working on a documentary video and enjoying our model railroad club's new HO-scale layout at Oakwood Mall here in Enid. We're on Facebook as the Cherokee...
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  • William Jackson's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Thanks for the update, should be real nice for future people to see.
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  • paul slavens's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Have been working steady on 1291. the interior is completely gutted except for the walls and ceiling, most of the rust has been cut out and replaced with new metal. Next we will be sanding and priming the walls and ceiling, then we will remove the old rotten wooden flooring and sandblast and paint the underframe. After we get the new paint on the underframe we will install the new Oak floors. The Oak floor boards are drying until early...
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  • WindsorSpring's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    WindsorSpring replied to a thread Where is this? in General Steam
    That was a good film to watch and try to see if any railroads were identifiable through equipment. Some in the forum can probably get them, but I had trouble except for the Great Northern logo that sped by in one of the shots. I was lured to another video (Southern Railway Trains during World War II) from the same era when the main one finished. It was fun, way off topic, but it did have steam: British steam. It is amusing if you have...
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  • Oldguy's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Oldguy replied to a thread Ferry Slip in Freelance
    Typically, the ramp was attached to the pier. Also realize that with the tides, it had to be able to move up or down to connect to the ferry, so it had to be hinged on the pier end. Look at the carry ferry contact sheet that Keith referred to; bottom right hand photo. That set of pilings and hoist, one each side, did the raising/lowering.
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  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    I stumbled upon this site with Frisco depot floor plans and thought it deserved a "share". Someone has probably beaten me to it, but just in case... http://digitalcollections.missouristate.edu/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=%2FDepots - Brandon
    3 replies | 166 view(s)
  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    trainchaser007 replied to a thread Ferry Slip in Freelance
    Thanks for bringing that picture to my attention, Keith. That helps a lot. One more question for anyone... Was the ramp attached to the pier or the barge? I think it was attached to the pier and that the barge end of the ramp fit the ramp end of the barge like a puzzle... but I could definitely -be wrong. - Brandon
    11 replies | 381 view(s)
  • TAG1014's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    TAG1014 replied to a thread Where is this? in General Steam
    There has been an AAR (maybe several of them??) public relations movie made about American railroads during WWII. Parts of those films are on YouTube and the cable and satellite channel "RFD TV" has shown them from time to time. I've seen scenes on the YouTube and RFD TV clips that I thought might have been on the Frisco, but they go by pretty fast to make any positive ID's. There are also some Korean War era films of the same subjects. ...
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  • frisco1522's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    frisco1522 replied to a thread Where is this? in General Steam
    I was watching War Stories with Oliver North again last night and in the episode about the Manhattan Project, there was about a 3 second clip of Frisco 4003 as a rear end helper on what I'm wondering was the Leonard Wood branch. Couple of semaphores in the picture and new ballast. Looked like a military train of flats with something on them. Wish I knew where the original footage came from!
    9 replies | 463 view(s)
  • klrwhizkid's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    klrwhizkid replied to a thread Ferry Slip in Freelance
    Brandon, you must look at the Frisco Archive: http://i0.wp.com/frisco.org/mainline/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Blakely-Island-car-ferry.jpg Look at the second picture in the second column - you can plainly see the ties on the tracks all the way out to shore line edge of the drop ramp plate bridge.
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  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    trainchaser007 replied to a thread Mobile (AT&N) Depot in General
    I FOUND IT!!!!! :D - Brandon
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  • trainchaser007's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    trainchaser007 replied to a thread Mobile (AT&N) Depot in General
    Another image stamped "1999": http://www.alabamarailfan.com/download.php?file=ns_4614.jpg&catid=image.
    3 replies | 211 view(s)
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