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  1. #1
    mike Guest

    Default 1955 Division Alignment Map

    This map shows the divisions in 1955
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    Last edited by friscomike; 08-21-2005 at 09:27 AM. Reason: Photo to large

  2. #2
    mike Guest

    Engineer Division Map

    Can anyone date and identify this map?
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    Last edited by friscomike; 08-21-2005 at 09:33 AM.

  3. #3
    mike Guest

    Engineer Division Map 1974

    Division Map dated May 1974
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    Last edited by friscomike; 08-21-2005 at 09:36 AM. Reason: Added attachment

  4. #4
    mike Guest

    Engineer

    1981 DIVISION ALIGNMENT
    <TABLE BORDER=1><TR><TD>EASTERN DIVISION HQ Springfield, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Rolla Sub</TD><TD> </TD><TD>St. Louis</TD><TD>0</TD><TD>Newburg</TD><TD>119 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Salem Br</TD><TD> A</TD><TD>Cuba</TD><TD>A87</TD><TD>Salem</TD><TD>A-127 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Lead Br</TD><TD>AC</TD><TD>Keysville</TD><TD>AC-101</TD><TD>Buick</TD><TD>AC-133 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Lebanon Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Newburg</TD><TD>119</TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>239 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Ozark Br</TD><TD>A</TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>A-239</TD><TD>Ozark</TD><TD>A-257 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Springfield Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>239</TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Mt. Vernon Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Aurora</TD><TD>B-269</TD><TD>Mt. Vernon</TD><TD>B-281 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ft. Smith Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282</TD><TD>Bashe</TD><TD>421 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Bentonville Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Rogers</TD><TD>B-333</TD><TD>Bentonville</TD><TD>B-338 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Carthage Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Pierce City</TD><TD>F-287</TD><TD>Neodesha</TD><TD>F-401 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Joplin Br.</TD><TD>H</TD><TD>Red Plant</TD><TD>H-324</TD><TD>Baxter Springs</TD><TD>H-348 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Tuckahoe Br.</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>J&amp;G JCT, Joplin</TD><TD>J-332</TD><TD>Carl JCT</TD><TD>J-340 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Wichita Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Neodesha</TD><TD>F-401</TD><TD>Wichita Yard</TD><TD>F-504 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Burrton Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Wichita Yard</TD><TD>F-504</TD><TD>Ellsworth</TD><TD>F-608 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Bolivar Br.</TD><TD>D</TD><TD>Bolivar</TD><TD>D-153</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>D-192 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>WESTERN DIVISION HQ Tulsa, OK </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Cherokee Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>G-425 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Oklahoma Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>G-425</TD><TD>Oklahoma City</TD><TD>G-541 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Chickasha Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Oklahoma City</TD><TD>G-541</TD><TD>Quanah</TD><TD>G-723 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Perry Sub</TD><TD>Z</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>Z-425</TD><TD>Steen</TD><TD>Z-543 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Avard Sub</TD><TD>Z</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>Z-545</TD><TD>Waynoka</TD><TD>Z-612 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Beaumont Sub</TD><TD>K</TD><TD>Winfield</TD><TD>K-500</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>K-586 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Enid - Hobart Sub</TD><TD>K</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>K-586</TD><TD>Davidson</TD><TD>K-774 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Q.A.&amp;P. RY.</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Quanah</TD><TD>G-723</TD><TD>Floydada</TD><TD>G-833 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION HQ Sherman, TX</TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Creek Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Sapulpa</TD><TD>E-437</TD><TD>Francis</TD><TD>E-539 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Muskogee Br</TD><TD>EA</TD><TD>Henryetta</TD><TD>EA-481</TD><TD>Bacone</TD><TD>EA-530 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Sherman Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Francis</TD><TD>E-539</TD><TD>N. Sherman</TD><TD>E-644 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Madill Br</TD><TD>JA</TD><TD>Madill</TD><TD>JA-603</TD><TD>Ardmore</TD><TD>JA-628 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ft. Worth Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Sherman</TD><TD>E-644</TD><TD>Ft. Worth</TD><TD>E742 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Dallas Br</TD><TD>EA</TD><TD>Irving</TD><TD>EA-711</TD><TD>Dallas</TD><TD>EA-722 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Arthur Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Bashe</TD><TD>421</TD><TD>Paris</TD><TD>584 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Central Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Jenson</TD><TD>B-429</TD><TD>Central</TD><TD>B-444 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ardmore Sub</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>Lakeside</TD><TD>J-620</TD><TD>Hugo</TD><TD>J-685 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Arkinda Sub</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>Hugo</TD><TD>J-685</TD><TD>Hope</TD><TD>J-806 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>NORTHERN DIVISION HQ Springfield, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Kansas City Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Kansas City</TD><TD>C-0</TD><TD>Ft. Scott</TD><TD>C-99 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ash Grove Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Ft. Scott</TD><TD>C-99</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>C202 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Willow Springs Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>C-202</TD><TD>Thayer</TD><TD>C-340 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Winona Br</TD><TD>S</TD><TD>Willow Springs</TD><TD>S-293</TD><TD>Winoa</TD><TD>S-332 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Memphis Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Thayer</TD><TD>C-340</TD><TD>Bridge JCT</TD><TD>C-480 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Pocahontas Br</TD><TD>SC</TD><TD>Hoxie</TD><TD>SC-398</TD><TD>Pocahontas</TD><TD>SC-413 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Hulbert Br</TD><TD>SB</TD><TD>Marion</TD><TD>C-474</TD><TD>Hulbert</TD><TD>SB-479 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Grandview Br.</TD><TD>D</TD><TD>Kansas City</TD><TD>D-0</TD><TD>East Lynne</TD><TD>D-52 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Afton Sub</TD><TD>L</TD><TD>Edward</TD><TD>C-103</TD><TD>Afton</TD><TD>L-186 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Picher Br</TD><TD>LA</TD><TD>Quapaw</TD><TD>LA-165</TD><TD>Central Mill</TD><TD>LA-168 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Miami Br</TD><TD>LB</TD><TD>Miami</TD><TD>LB-173</TD><TD>Treece</TD><TD>LB-182 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Hockerville Br</TD><TD>LC</TD><TD>Picher</TD><TD>LC-181</TD><TD>Baxter JCT</TD><TD>LC-188 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Parsons Sub</TD><TD>M</TD><TD>Arcadia</TD><TD>M-115</TD><TD>Parsons</TD><TD>M-172 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Girard Br</TD><TD>MB</TD><TD>Pittsburg</TD><TD>MB-134</TD><TD>Empire</TD><TD>MB-140 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>RIVER DIVISION HQ Chaffee, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>St. Louis Sub</TD><TD>T</TD><TD>Lindenwood</TD><TD>7</TD><TD>Chaffee</TD><TD>T-144 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Chaffee Sub</TD><TD>T</TD><TD>Chaffee</TD><TD>T-144</TD><TD>Turrell</TD><TD>T-283 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TB</TD><TD>Hayti</TD><TD>TB-213</TD><TD>Holcom</TD><TD>TB-242 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TC</TD><TD>Kennett</TD><TD>TC-230</TD><TD>Senath</TD><TD>TC-240 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TX</TD><TD>Hayti</TD><TD>TX-212</TD><TD>Caruthersville</TD><TD>TX-221 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Leachville Br</TD><TD>TR</TD><TD>Blytheville</TD><TD>TR-237</TD><TD>Armorel</TD><TD>TR-244 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SOUTHERN DIVISION HQ Amory, MS </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Tupelo Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Bridge JCT</TD><TD>C-480</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>C-611 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Birmingham Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>C-611</TD><TD>Birmingham</TD><TD>C-735 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Brilliant Br</TD><TD>NB</TD><TD>Winfield</TD><TD>NB-655</TD><TD>Brookside</TD><TD>NB-665 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Empire Br</TD><TD>N</TD><TD>Dora</TD><TD>N-708</TD><TD>De Bardeleben</TD><TD>N-717 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Bessemer Br.</TD><TD>N</TD><TD>Pratt City</TD><TD>N-729</TD><TD>Bessemer</TD><TD>N-740 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Columbus Sub</TD><TD>R</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>R-612</TD><TD>Magnolia</TD><TD>R-764 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Pensacola Sub</TD><TD>R</TD><TD>Magnolia</TD><TD>R-764</TD><TD>Pensacola</TD><TD>R-916 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Mobile Sub</TD><TD>RA</TD><TD>Aliceville</TD><TD>RA-680</TD><TD>Mobile</TD><TD>RA-874 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD></TR></TABLE>
    PRESIDENT - EXECUTIVE OFFICES----ST. LOUIS, MO
    GENERAL OFFICE------------------------------SPRINGFIELD, MO

    Source - System Map Oct.1, 1981
    Mike Lutzenberger 8/01/2001
    Last edited by friscomike; 08-21-2005 at 10:51 AM.

  5. #5
    mike Guest

    Default

    1977 DIVISION ALIGNMENT - CENTRAL DIVISION RE-ESTABLISHED
    <TABLE BORDER=1><TR><TD>EASTERN DIVISION HQ Springfield, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Rolla Sub</TD><TD> </TD><TD>St. Louis</TD><TD>0</TD><TD>Newburg</TD><TD>119 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Salem Br</TD><TD> A</TD><TD>Cuba</TD><TD>A87</TD><TD>Salem</TD><TD>A-127 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Lead Br</TD><TD>AC</TD><TD>Keysville</TD><TD>AC-101</TD><TD>Buick</TD><TD>AC-133 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Lebanon Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Newburg</TD><TD>119</TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>239 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Ozark Br</TD><TD>A</TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>A-239</TD><TD>Ozark</TD><TD>A-257 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Springfield Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Springfield</TD><TD>239</TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Mt. Vernon Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Aurora</TD><TD>B-269</TD><TD>Mt. Vernon</TD><TD>B-281 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Carthage Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Pierce City</TD><TD>F-287</TD><TD>Neodesha</TD><TD>F-401 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Joplin Br.</TD><TD>H</TD><TD>Red Plant</TD><TD>H-324</TD><TD>Baxter Springs</TD><TD>H-348 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Tuckahoe Br.</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>J&amp;G JCT, Joplin</TD><TD>J-332</TD><TD>Carl JCT</TD><TD>J-340 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Wichita Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Neodesha</TD><TD>F-401</TD><TD>Wichita Yard</TD><TD>F-504 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Burrton Sub</TD><TD>F</TD><TD>Wichita Yard</TD><TD>F-504</TD><TD>Ellsworth</TD><TD>F-608 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>WESTERN DIVISION HQ Tulsa, OK </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Cherokee Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>G-425 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Afton Sub</TD><TD>L</TD><TD>Edward</TD><TD>C-103</TD><TD>Afton</TD><TD>L-186 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Picher Br</TD><TD>LA</TD><TD>Quapaw</TD><TD>LA-165</TD><TD>Central Mill</TD><TD>LA-168 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Miami Br</TD><TD>LB</TD><TD>Miami</TD><TD>LB-173</TD><TD>Treece</TD><TD>LB-182 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Hockerville Br</TD><TD>LC</TD><TD>Picher</TD><TD>LC-181</TD><TD>Baxter JCT</TD><TD>LC-188 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Parsons Sub</TD><TD>M</TD><TD>Arcadia</TD><TD>M-115</TD><TD>Parsons</TD><TD>M-172 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Girard Br</TD><TD>MB</TD><TD>Pittsburg</TD><TD>MB-134</TD><TD>Empire</TD><TD>MB-140 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Perry Sub</TD><TD>Z</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>Z-425</TD><TD>Steen</TD><TD>Z-543 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Avard Sub</TD><TD>Z</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>Z-545</TD><TD>Waynoka</TD><TD>Z-612 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Beaumont Sub</TD><TD>K</TD><TD>Winfield</TD><TD>K-500</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>K-586 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Enid - Hobart Sub</TD><TD>K</TD><TD>Enid</TD><TD>K-586</TD><TD>Davidson</TD><TD>K-774 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION HQ Tulsa, OK </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Oklahoma Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Cherokee YD</TD><TD>G-425</TD><TD>Oklahoma City</TD><TD>G-541 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Chickasha Sub</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Oklahoma City</TD><TD>G-541</TD><TD>Quanah</TD><TD>G-723 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Creek Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Sapulpa</TD><TD>E-437</TD><TD>Francis</TD><TD>E-539 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Muskogee Br</TD><TD>EA</TD><TD>Henryetta</TD><TD>EA-481</TD><TD>Bacone</TD><TD>EA-530 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Sherman Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Francis</TD><TD>E-539</TD><TD>N. Sherman</TD><TD>E-644 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Madill Br</TD><TD>JA</TD><TD>Madill</TD><TD>JA-603</TD><TD>Ardmore</TD><TD>JA-628 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ft. Worth Sub</TD><TD>E</TD><TD>Sherman</TD><TD>E-644</TD><TD>Ft. Worth</TD><TD>E742 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Dallas Br</TD><TD>EA</TD><TD>Irving</TD><TD>EA-711</TD><TD>Dallas</TD><TD>EA-722 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Q.A.&amp;P. RY.</TD><TD>G</TD><TD>Quanah</TD><TD>G-723</TD><TD>Floydada</TD><TD>G-833 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>NORTHERN DIVISION HQ Springfield, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Kansas City Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Kansas City</TD><TD>C-0</TD><TD>Ft. Scott</TD><TD>C-99 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ash Grove Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Ft. Scott</TD><TD>C-99</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>C202 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Willow Springs Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>C-202</TD><TD>Thayer</TD><TD>C-340 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Winona Br</TD><TD>S</TD><TD>Willow Springs</TD><TD>S-293</TD><TD>Winoa</TD><TD>S-332 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Memphis Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Thayer</TD><TD>C-340</TD><TD>Bridge JCT</TD><TD>C-480 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Pocahontas Br</TD><TD>SC</TD><TD>Hoxie</TD><TD>SC-398</TD><TD>Pocahontas</TD><TD>SC-413 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Lepanto Br</TD><TD>SA</TD><TD>Tyronza JCT</TD><TD>SA-450</TD><TD>Lepanto</TD><TD>SA-459 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Hulbert Br</TD><TD>SB</TD><TD>Marion</TD><TD>C-474</TD><TD>Hulbert</TD><TD>SB-479 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Clinton Sub</TD><TD>D</TD><TD>Kansas City</TD><TD>C-0</TD><TD>Springfield </TD><TD>D-192 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>RIVER DIVISION HQ Chaffee, MO </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>St. Louis Sub</TD><TD>T</TD><TD>Lindenwood</TD><TD>7</TD><TD>Chaffee</TD><TD>T-144 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Chaffee Sub</TD><TD>T</TD><TD>Chaffee</TD><TD>T-144</TD><TD>Turrell</TD><TD>T-283 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TB</TD><TD>Hayti</TD><TD>TB-213</TD><TD>Holcom</TD><TD>TB-242 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TC</TD><TD>Kennett</TD><TD>TC-230</TD><TD>Senath</TD><TD>TC-240 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Kennett Br</TD><TD>TX</TD><TD>Hayti</TD><TD>TX-212</TD><TD>Caruthersville</TD><TD>TX-221 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Leachville Br</TD><TD>TR</TD><TD>Blytheville</TD><TD>TR-237</TD><TD>Armorel</TD><TD>TR-244 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Leachville Br</TD><TD>TD</TD><TD>Blytheville</TD><TD>TD-237</TD><TD>Lake City</TD><TD>TD-276 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SOUTHERN DIVISION HQ Amory, MS </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Tupelo Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Bridge JCT</TD><TD>C-480</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>C-611 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Birmingham Sub</TD><TD>C</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>C-611</TD><TD>Birmingham</TD><TD>C-735 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Brilliant Br</TD><TD>NB</TD><TD>Winfield</TD><TD>NB-655</TD><TD>Brookside</TD><TD>NB-665 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Empire Br</TD><TD>N</TD><TD>Dora</TD><TD>N-708</TD><TD>De Bardeleben</TD><TD>N-717 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Bessemer Br.</TD><TD>N</TD><TD>Pratt City</TD><TD>N-729</TD><TD>Bessemer</TD><TD>N-740 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Columbus Sub</TD><TD>R</TD><TD>Amory</TD><TD>R-612</TD><TD>Magnolia</TD><TD>R-764 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Pensacola Sub</TD><TD>R</TD><TD>Magnolia</TD><TD>R-764</TD><TD>Pensacola</TD><TD>R-916 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Mobile Sub</TD><TD>RA</TD><TD>Aliceville</TD><TD>RA-680</TD><TD>Mobile</TD><TD>RA-874 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>CENTRAL DIVISION HQ Ft. Smith, Ark. </TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD></TD><TD> </TD></TR><TR><TD>SUB DIV-BRANCH</TD><TD>SYMBOL</TD><TD>FROM</TD><TD>STATION </TD><TD>TO</TD><TD>STATION </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ft. Smith Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Monett</TD><TD>282</TD><TD>Bashe</TD><TD>421 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Bentonville Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Rogers</TD><TD>B-333</TD><TD>Bentonville</TD><TD>B-338 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Arthur Sub</TD><TD></TD><TD>Bashe</TD><TD>421</TD><TD>Paris</TD><TD>584 </TD></TR><TR><TD> Central Br</TD><TD>B</TD><TD>Jenson</TD><TD>B-429</TD><TD>Central</TD><TD>B-444 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Ardmore Sub</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>Lakeside</TD><TD>J-620</TD><TD>Hugo</TD><TD>J-685 </TD></TR><TR><TD>Arkinda Sub</TD><TD>J</TD><TD>Hugo</TD><TD>J-685</TD><TD>Hope</TD><TD>J-806 </TD></TR><TR><TD></TD></TR></TABLE>
    PRESIDENT - EXECUTIVE OFFICES----ST. LOUIS, MO
    GENERAL OFFICE-------------------SPRINGFIELD, MO

    Source System Reorganization April, 1977
    Mike Lutzenberger 8/03/2001, rev. 8/31/2001

  6. #6
    mike Guest

    Engineer Division Alignment 1963

    Late 1963 Frisco Reorganized into Three Districts
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 1340.jpg   1341.jpg  
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  7. #7
    mike Guest

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    <CENTER>DIVISION ORGANIZATION ON THE FRISCO</CENTER>

    Originally there were nine divisions and six major terminals on the Frisco. The divisions were Eastern Division, Northern Division, Southern Division, River Division, Southwestern Division, Western Division, Red River Division, Central Division and Kansas Division. The six major terminals were St. Louis, Springfield, Kansas City, Memphis, Birmingham and Tulsa. Each Division and Terminal had a Superintendent who was responsible for the operation of his respective Division/Terminal. The Division handled support functions such as Engineering, Mechanical and Dispatching. Support functions for the St. Louis and Springfield Terminals were handled by the Eastern Division, Birmingham and Memphis Terminals by the Southern Division, Kansas City Terminal by the Northern Division and Tulsa Terminal by the Southwestern Division. The Kansas Division was merged into the Northern Division prior to 1950. Division territories remained fairly consistent after that until the early 1960s. Starting in the early sixties and continuing to the late seventies Frisco underwent several radical division reorganizations. These reorganizations resulted in territory and/or headquarter changes for every division with some divisions being eliminated and then later re-established.

    The one constant throughout these reorganizations was the Subdivision. Each Subdivision had a unique name which fortunately stayed with that particular Subdivision regardless of the Division it was assigned to. For example, in 1950 the territory known as the Cherokee Subdivision was part of the Southwestern Division. In 1979 that same territory still known as the Cherokee Subdivision was part of the Western Division. The Willow Springs Subdivision on the Eastern Division in 1950 is the same Willow Springs Subdivision on the Northern Division in 1979 and so forth. It was only after the BN merger that this system was changed. One only needs to follow a particular Subdivision for historical or modeling purposes.

    The first major reorganization was in 1963. At this time all eight divisions were consolidated into three districts; Southeast, Central and Southwest. The Southeast District, with Headquarters in Memphis, included the old Southern and River Divisions including Memphis and Birmingham Terminals. Central District with Headquarters in Springfield, included the old Eastern and Northern Divisions including St. Louis, Springfield and Kansas City Terminals. The Southwestern District, with headquarters at Tulsa, included the old Western, Central and Southwestern Divisions including Tulsa Terminal. An Assistant General Manager was in charge of each District with the Division Superintendents reporting to the Assistant General Manager. Gradually over the next few years the former divisions were closed and division officers moved to the districts with some support functions moving to the District and others centralized at the Springfield General Office Building.

    By April 15, 1965 all Dispatching functions were in the new Springfield General Office Building. Frisco was the first major railroad to centralize all Dispatching activities into one office.

    By August, 1965, Districts were renamed Divisions and the Assistant General Manger&#39;s position was renamed Division Manager. The Central District renamed Eastern Division and the Southeast District renamed Southern Division. Local Divisions were closed with one Superintendent on each large Division reporting to the Division Manager. The former local division Superintendents became Assistant Superintendents and were gradually phased out through attrition and promotion. The former Division Engineers were renamed Engineers of Track and Structures and reported to the former District Engineer who now became the Division Engineer. Engineers of Track and Structures were relocated to the &#34;new&#34; Division Headquarters. The mechanical department was reorganized in a similar manner. The six major terminals remained the same with the Terminal Superintendents also reporting to the Division Manager.

    In 1968, there was another reorganization that appeared to be a reaffirmation of the existing organization. The lines of authority and execution were more clearly defined between the divisions and the Springfield general office. The Division Manager was responsible for the everyday Transportation, Maintenance-of-Way and Maintenance of Equipment activities on his respective Division. Springfield general office was responsible for establishing guidelines, policies, standards, methods, programs and directed division officers on technical matters. Headquarters staff was also responsible for coordinating program work, train schedules and operations among the division.

    The next major reorganization was in April of 1973. At this time six smaller divisions were created from the three large divisions. The Eastern Division was divided into Eastern Division, North-South and Eastern Division, East-West with headquarters at Springfield, Missouri. The Southwestern Division was divided into Southwestern and Western with headquarters at Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Southern Division was divided into Southern Division South and Southern Division North with headquarters at Memphis. The six terminals remained the same, each with a Terminal Superintendent. All Division Supervisors reported to the three Division Managers. The stated purpose was to add greater concentration to the planning and execution of its operations and even greater emphasis to customer service. Effective August 1, the Maintenance of Way Organization was changed from three division engineers to eight division engineers. The former Engineers of Track and Structures became Division Engineers for the respective divisions reporting to a newly appointed Assistant Chief Engineer of Maintenance.


    The Frisco was further reorganized in May of 1974. At this time the system was changed to an East - West, North - South alignment and Division names were changed to reflect the local geographical area. East - West consisted of the Eastern, Northern, Southwestern and Western Division, and the St. Louis, Springfield, Kansas City and Tulsa Terminals. North - South consisted of the Northern, River and Southern Divisions, and the Kansas City, Memphis and Birmingham Terminal. Former Division Manager jobs were combined into two Assistant General Managers; one East - West and one North - South. At this time the Mechanical Department was reorganized into the same alignment and the positions of Master Mechanic no longer existed on the Divisions. The Division Engineers for the respective divisions reported to their respective Assistant Chief Engineer - Maintenance, one for North - South and one for East - West.

    On January 1, 1975, the River Division Headquarters was re-established at Chaffee, Missouri, July 1976, Southern Division Engineering Headquarters re-established at Amory, Mississippi and April 1977 Southern Division Operating Headquarters moved from Memphis to Amory. April, 1977, Central Division was recreated with Division Headquarters at Ft. Smith, Arkansas. The Frisco now consisted of seven divisions.

    The Division Office consisted of the Division Superintendent, Office Manager, Superintendent&#39;s Secretary and a Transportation Clerk; Division Engineer, Division Engineer&#39;s Secretary, Office Engineer and Bridge and Building Supervisor. The Superintendent reported to the Assistant General Manager and the Division Engineer reported to the Assistant Chief Engineer. Each Division Officer followed directions from the Springfield General Office and was responsible and accountable for his respective division organization.

    August 1979, three Assistant General Managers were appointed, one for the Northern and Eastern Divisions, one for the Southwestern and Western Divisions and one for the Southern and River Divisions. The Southwestern and Eastern Divisions absorbed the Central Division. There are now six Divisions which are again slowly being dismantled and absorbed into three districts. This was the final Division Organization before merger.

    After merger into the BN, the three Assistant General Managers became Division Superintendents and the six divisions were consolidated into three divisions, the Springfield, Tulsa and Memphis Divisions.

  8. #8
    mike Guest

    Engineer Frisco Lines 1910

    Frisco Lines and connections
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    qaprr Guest

    Engineer Frisco in 1966

    Frisco Lines in 1966
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    rogerrt477 Guest

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    Notice how they erased the Nash, MO. to Pochahontas, AR. line but left the station names. RRT

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    qaprr Guest

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    Yes, the same for the line from Scullin to Sulphur, Oklahoma on the Sherman Subdivision. I could probably find a better map!

  12. #12
    mike Guest

    Engineer Kansas City, Fort Scott. Memphis RR

    Kansas City, Fort Scott. Memphis RR connections map
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    mike Guest

    Engineer Frisco 1888

    Frisco system map in 1888
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    mike Guest

    Engineer Frisco system map 1892

    Frisco system map 1892
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    john Guest

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    Are on-site plan views of various yards with roundhouse, other facilities available ?
    mail{jmannmanny@aol.com

  16. #16
    mike Guest

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    PAGE 124 OF &#34;INVESTORS SUPPLEMENT&#34; DATED 1903

    ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS &amp; SOUTHEASTERN RR - To extend from St. Louis, at a connection with St. Louis &amp; San Francisco RR, to Luxora, Ark., with branches, in all about 420 miles, forming in connection with the St. L. &amp; S. F. RR., with which a trackage and traffic contract has been made, the shortest line between Birmingham, Memphis and St. Louis. Of this, 300 miles are completed, and balance, 154 miles, including extension from Cape Girardeau, Mo., to St. Louis, 120 mile are under construction, to be completed by Apr. 1, 1903. In Aug. 1902, the Memphis &amp;. Chicago Ry. was incorporated with $200,000 authorized stock to build a line from Cape Girardeau, Mo., to a connection with the Chic. &amp; E. Ill. at Thebes, Ill., the St. Louis Memphis &amp; Little Rock RR with $1 250 000 authorized stock, was under construction from Hoxie to Little Rock, 125 miles. V.75, p 291.

    ORGANIZATION - A consolidation in January 1902. In Nov. 1902, the St. Louis &amp; San Francisco acquired the entire $10,000,000 out- standing stock. V. 75, p 1088, 1148.

    BONDS - Of the 4s of 1902 &#40;present Issue limited to $8,530,000&#41; $5,000,000 have been underwritten by New York, St. Louis and Boston Capitalists. In Sept 1902, only $87,000 South Mo. &amp; Arkansas bonds remained outstanding. V.74, p. 207, 268.

    OFFICERS - President B F Yoakum, vice-president and B. L. Winchell- &#40;V: 75, p. 291, 1088,1.148.&#41;

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    mike Guest

    Engineer St Louis, Memphis and Southeastern RR - 1903

    St Louis, Memphis and Southeastern RR and connections
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    mike Guest

    Engineer Frisco system map 1918

    EXCERPTED FROM RAILWAY STOCKS & BONDS February 1918

    "ST. LOUIS SAN FPANCISCO Ry.-(see map.)-The company on Jan, 26 1917, operated directly or through subsidiaries a total of 5,339 miles of road, of which 3,467 mile are owned in fee, 1,672 mile are controlled through ownership of substantially all the capital stock, and 205 miles are operated under trackage rights. The mileage of the company extends from St. Louis into the States of Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas Oklahoma and Texas. Through the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis Ry., which it controls by stock ownership, the St. Louis-San Francisco Ry. also has a direct through route from Kansas City to Memphis, Tenn. and Birmingham, Ala. In July 1917 purchased the Sapulpa & Oil Field RR. - V. 105, p 73

    ORGANIZATION.-Incorporated In Missouri Aug. 24 1916 and succeeded on Nov. 1 1916, per plan in V. 102, p. 896, 1061, to the properties of the St. Louis & San Francisco RR., foreclosed under the General Lien and also the Refunding Mortgage. V. 102. P. 2167, 1256, 1342.

    PROPERTIES OMITTED FROM NEW COMPANY-SEE EACH COMPANY.
    Chicago & Eastern Illinois RR. Co., New Orleans Texas & Mexico RR. Co and allied companies, New Orleans Terminal Co. "

    It is interesting to note that in 1922 the Frisco applied to the Interstate Commerce Commission to repurchase the New Orleans Texas & Mexico RR and other Texas lines including the International-Great Northern. The Missouri Pacific RR protested this repurchase and the Interstate Commerce Commission upheld the Missouri Pacific RR petition for control instead of the Frisco.
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    patrick Guest

    Engineer Frisco system map 1977

    System map from 1977 that is color coded and list the divisions, subdivisions or branchlines along with the beginning and ending stations name in addition to the milepost number of each.
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    tomd6 Guest

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    Thanks very much for the list of Frisco abandonments. I have a number of corrections for Northwest Arkansas listings.
    1909- The Lowell to Limedale listing is in error as Limedale was on the Monte Ne Railroad,
    1918- Rogers to Siloam Springs,AR
    Hazelwood to Piney, AR
    Fayetteville to Cave Springs, AR
    The lines abandoned were on the Kansas City &amp; Memphis Railway, not the Frisco.
    1927 Combs to Cass, AR
    The independent 16.01 mile Combs ,Cass &amp; Eastern connected to the Frisco&#39;s St. Paul branch at Combs, AR. Most of the line was abandoned in 1925.
    1939 Bentonville Branch- The Grove, OK to Bentonville, AR segment was abandoned September 9, 1940.
    1942 The Fayetteville &#40;actually McNair &#41; to Fort Gibson abandonment took place in July 1942. While the ICC was studying the application the War Production Authority moved in and directed the Frisco to remove the track in early July 1942. The ICC approval did not come until July 28, 1942 by which time the track was long gon}e.

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    roger Guest

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    Oh boy, you know no matter how much you check something mistakes always seem to slip thru.

    1&#41; 1909-Lowell to Limedale, true this was Monte Ne RR, actually Arkansas, Oklahoma &amp; Western RR &#40;a pet project of mine&#41;, when they took over Monte Ne they wanted a direct connection so they tunnelled under Frisco about 2-miles north of Lowell and abandoned Lowell to Limedale.
    2&#41; 1918-Kansas City &amp; Memphis RY, my mistake those were codes I put in to catch my eye because I need to put the correct predecessor company in, but forgot before posting. This Kansas City &amp; Memphis RY is not to be confused with the Kansas City &amp; Memphis RR which was inc. in Missouri on 11/9/1872 and sold to Springfield &amp; Western Missouri RR on 2/24/1879.
    3&#41; 1927 Black Mountain &amp; Eastern RR &#40;Combs, Cass &amp; Eastern as of 5/13/1916&#41; another pet project, the only info on this I could find on this was from the book &#34;Shortlines RR&#39;s of Arkansas&#34; by Clifton E. Hull. I understand some of the roadbed around Frazier was converted to a forest road by the CCC in the 1930&#39;s.
    4&#41; 1942-McNair, AR.-Ft.Gibson, OK., now this clears up a bit of confusion. I ran across the 7/28/1942 abandonment date but a better source stated that the track removal crews began work at Westville, OK. on 7/10/1942 and worked in opposite directions from Westville. Since the goverment needed the steel for WWII this makes a lot of sense. It wouldn&#39;t take a crew more than 2-3 weeks to pull up 45-miles of track. It&#39;s true that officially the abandonment began at McNair &#40;a suburb of Fayetteville&#41; westward, however in later years the portion of the predecessor company &#40;Ozark &amp; Cherokee Central&#41; from the Fayetteville depot south &amp; west to a lumber yard just east of the SLSF overpass was abandoned. The portion from there to McNair was still in service as of 3/26/96 ironically ending in another lumber yard. Hopefully I&#39;ll get to work on the new abandonment list in the next week or two. Roger.

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    roger Guest

    Default Frisco Abandonments - 1880 - 2006

    Here is the updated abandonment list, my pet projects (non-SLSF) are listed in parethenses.


    Frisco Abandonments-

    1880-Weir City to Messer, KS.
    1891-Hunnewell Jct. to Hunnewell, KS. 2.5-miles
    1894-Corliss (DeSoto Jct) to Olathe, KS. 11.5-miles
    1895-Valley Center to Halstead, KS. 8.9-miles
    1896?-Salem to Simmon's Iron Mountain, MO. 1.2-miles
    1899-1905-Bangert to Condrary, MO.
    1900-Howes to Plank Iron Mines, MO. 5.0-miles
    1902-Raymore Jct. to Pleasant Hill, MO. 7.8-miles
    1904-Harlan Jct. to Tracy Jct., MO. (Ex-KCO&S) 2.5-miles
    1906-Litchfield Jct. to Litchfield, KS. 3.3-miles
    1906-Campbell to Caligoa, MO. 7.9-miles
    1906-Rich Hill to Carbon Centre, MO. 5.0-miles
    1909-Lowell to Limedale, AR. (MNRR) 2.0-miles
    1909-New Home Junction to New Home, MO. 3.0-miles
    1912-Rolla to Houston, MO. (Never Built)
    1916?-Salem to Riverside Mines, MO.
    1917?-Cape Girardeau to Illmo, MO. (CG&C)
    1918-Frisco Jct. to Olathe, KS. 1.6-miles
    1918-Rogers to Siloam Springs, AR. (KC&M)
    1918-Hazelwood to Piney, AR. (KC&M)
    1918-Fayetteville to Cave Springs, AR. (KC&M)
    1918-Winona to Camp 5 (Wilderness), MO. (OLC)
    1918?-Brosely to Ash Hill, MO.
    1918?-Qulin to Menorkenut, MO.
    1919-Pittsburg to Kramer, KS.
    1920-Perryville Jct. to W.Chester, MO. (CG&C) 5.0-miles
    1920-Perryville Jct. to Saline Jct., MO. (CG&C) 7.0-miles
    1920-Saline Jct. to Farmington, MO. (CG&C)
    1920-Saline Jct. to Jackson, MO. (CG&C) 41.0-miles
    1922?-Cape Giradeau to Jackson, MO. (CG&C) 10.0-miles
    1925-Combs to Cass, AR. (CC&E) 16.01-miles
    1926-Fremont to Midco, MO. 2.0-miles
    1926-Lowry City Jct. to Harlan Jct., MO. 13.5-miles
    1927-Sedgwick to Iris, AR. (CVRR)
    1927-Iris to Light, AR. (CVRR)
    1927-Iris to Paragould, AR. (CVRR)
    1927/Feb.06-Brownwood to May, TX. 27.?-miles
    1927/Oct.-Linton, KS. to Rich Hill, MO. 19.9-miles
    1928/Aug.30-Stanley, KS. to Belton, MO. 9.0-miles
    1928-West Eminence to Horse Hollow, MO. (SW&S) 5.8-miles
    1929-Winona Junction to West Eminence, MO. (SW&S) 15.7-miles
    1929-Bixby to East End (Rulon), MO. (S&E) 7.0-miles
    1929-South Clinton to Deepwater, MO. 14.0-miles
    1930-Sligo to Buick, MO. (S&E) 27.0-miles
    1930-Brownwood to Aquilla, MO. 9.83-miles
    1930-Bloomfield to Campbell, MO. 33.58-miles
    1930-Tallipoosa to Frailey, MO. 2.59-miles
    1930/Jan.31-Bristow to Nuyaka, OK. (OSW) 24.1-miles
    1933-No.Jennings to Jennings, OK. 1.3-miles
    1934-McDaniel to Tipperary, AR. 9.37-miles
    1934-Yukon to Deering, MO. 9.37-miles
    1934-Frailey to Wardell, MO. 8.11-miles
    1934-Arkansas City to Geuda Sprs. KS. (X-SLSF) 6.3-miles
    1934-Olathe to Stanley, KS. 8.2-miles
    1934-Weir Jct. to Weir City, KS. 2.9-miles
    1934-Galena to Hero Mine Spur, KS.
    1934-Joplin to Prosperity Junction, MO.
    1934-Joplin, MO. to Empire, KS. (X-KCFS&M)
    1934-Webb City to Rex Branch Junction, MO.
    1934-Ozark to Chadwick, MO. 15.71-miles
    1934-Bangert to DeCamp, MO. 12.46-miles
    1934-Goltra to Sligo, MO. 6.29-miles
    1934-South Greenfield to Miller, MO. 11.76-miles
    1934-Carterville, MO. to Galena, KS. 15.33-miles
    1934-Weir City to Mackie, KS. 5.36-miles
    1934-Kiersey to Texas Jct., OK. 9.24-miles
    1934/March 14-Illmo to Brooks Jct. 21.9-miles
    1934/March 14-Vanduser to Bloomfield, MO. 17.62-miles
    1934/March-Brownwood to Zalma, MO. 8.57-miles
    1934/Aug.27-Brownwood to Lowry City Jct. 5.8-miles
    1935/May-Belton to South Clinton, MO. 61.2-miles
    1935/May-Tracy Junction to Phenix, MO. 35.0-miles
    1935-Bono to Algoa, AR. 35.75-miles
    1935-Pascola to Wardell, MO. 6.4-miles
    1935-Pascola to Yukon, MO.
    1935-Osprey Jct. to McDaniel, AR. 6.60-miles
    1935-Grandin, MO. .66-miles
    1935-Mansfield to Ava, MO. (KC,Ozark&S)
    1936-Salesville Jct. to Graford, TX. 11.0-miles
    1937/July 30-Fayette Jct. to Pettigrew, AR. 41.32-miles
    1938-Williamsville to Chicopee, MO. 46.6-miles
    1938-Hunter to Grandin, MO. 5.4-miles
    1939/June-Wappapello to Williamsville, MO. 20.3-miles
    1939-Jacksboro to Mineral Wells, TX. 10.2-miles
    1939-Jonesboro to North Nettleton, AR. 4.42-miles
    1940/Sept.9-Bentonville, AR. to Grove, OK. 41.01-miles
    1940-Wyandotte to Fairland, OK. (Relocation) 7.5-miles
    1940-Caruthersville to Grassy Bayou, MO. 6.41-miles
    1940-Amorel to Barfield, AR. 2.06-miles
    1940-Wilson to Stoffles Landing, AR. 1.52-miles
    1940?-Midway to Osceola, AR.
    1940?-Midway to Luxora, AR.
    1940?-Luxora to Moore's Landing, AR.
    1941-Mingo to Wappapello, MO. 4.5-miles
    1942/July 28-McNair, AR. to Dills, OK. 91.16-miles
    1942-Caruthersville, MO. .49-miles
    1942-Ash Grove to Phenix, MO. 5.91-miles
    1943-LePanto to West Ridge, AR. 6.49-miles
    1943-Mead to Madill, OK. 16.63-miles
    1943/April-Seymour to Jacksboro, TX. (X-SLSF) 75.??-miles
    1950/March-Mount Vernon to Miller, MO. 8.23-miles
    1951-Popular Bluff, MO. to Piggott, AR. 32.76-miles
    1952-Cherry Valley Jct. to Cherry Valley, MO. 6.0-miles
    1956-Carbon Hill to Howard, AL. (SLSF?)
    1956/Sept.10-Exeter to Cassville, MO. (C&E) 4.5-miles
    1957-Davidson, OK. to Vernon, TX. 15.32-miles
    1957-Depew to Tidal, OK. 12.46-miles
    1957-Granby to Granby Mines, MO. 1.50-miles
    1958-West Kennett, MO. to Piggott, AR. 13.5-miles
    1959-Girard to Pittsburg, KS. 10.5-miles
    1959-Opolis, KS. to Carl Jct., MO. 11.8-miles
    1959?-Huntington to Mansfield, AR. 2.9-miles
    1960-Dennis to Cherryvale, KS. 9.6-miles
    1965/Dec.1-Nash, MO. to Pocahontas, AR. 103.5-miles
    1965-DeBardeleben to Sipsey, AL. 4.4-miles
    1965-Scullin to Sulphur, OK. 8.7-miles
    1966/April-Bonita to Hillsdale, KS. (2nd main) 10.8-miles
    1967/June 16-Nettleton to Lake City, AR. 16.0-miles
    1967/June 20-Wilson Jct. to Wilson, AR. 23.0-miles
    1967/Nov.21-Cravensville to Scammon, KS.
    1967/Nov.21-Scammon to Carona, KS.
    1967/Dec.5-Dills to Bacone, OK. 5.4-miles
    1967-Kennett, MO. to West Kennett, MO. 4.5-miles
    1968-Tanner to Parma, MO. 24.4-miles
    1970?-Central to Huntington, AR. 1.2-miles
    1971-Picher, OK. to Cravensville, KS. 1.6-miles
    1972-Winona to Chicopee, MO. 22.9-miles
    1972-Oronogo to Webb City, MO. (out of service) 9.1-miles
    1972-Senath, MO. to Leachville, AR. 15.6-miles
    1972-Geauda Sprs. to Metcalf, KS. (X-SLSF) 36.2-miles
    1973-Holcomb to Campbell, MO. 6.9-miles
    1973-Gibson to Parma, MO. 28.5-miles
    1973-Clarkton to Malden, MO. 8.0-miles
    1973/Oct.13-Okmulgee to Muskogee, OK. 39.2-miles
    1974-Tanner to Vanduser, MO. 4.8-miles
    1976-Parsons to Dennis, KS. 6.7-miles
    1976-Mindenmines, MO to Pittsburg, KS. 6.0-miles
    1976-Pittsburg to Opolis, KS. 7.2-miles
    1977/Jan.-Tyronza Jct. to Lepanto, AR. 11.2-miles
    1977-Beaumont to Winfield, KS. 42.5-miles
    1978-Blytheville to Lake City, AR. 38.4-miles
    1978/May 15-Brooks Junction to Vanduser, MO. 3.8-miles
    1978/Oct.15-Blairstown to Osceola, MO. 47.1-miles
    1978?-Midland to Central, AR. 3.8-miles
    1979-Aliceville to Reform, AL. 20.6-miles
    1979-East Lynne to Blairstown, MO. 17.8-miles
    1979-Osceola to Bolivar, MO. 38.4-miles
    1979-W.S.Jct. to Hays, MO. .5-miles
    1980?-Midland to Central, AR. 3.8-miles
    1980/Feb.27-Aliceville to York, AL. 50.9-miles
    1980/Nov.-Wister to Antlers, OK. 88.8-miles
    1981/May 5-Paducah to Floydada, TX. 67.2-miles
    1982-Kennett to Holcomb, MO. 11.9-miles
    1982-Kennett to Senath, MO. 9.1-miles
    1982-Enid to Winfield, OK. 71.1-miles
    1982-Madill to Ardmore, OK. 24.2-miles
    1982-Baxter Springs, KS. to Picher, OK. 5.9-miles
    1982-Picher, OK. to Treece, KS. 0.3-miles
    1982-Picher to Central Mill, OK. 2.8-miles
    1982-Central Mill to Quapaw, OK. 3.7-miles
    1982-Central Mill to Miami, OK. 6.2-miles
    1982-Century Jct., KS. to Century, OK. 2.0-miles
    1982-Cardin Jct. to Cardin, OK. 2.0-miles
    1983-Willow Springs to Winona, MO. 38.6-miles
    1983-Kissick to Ozark, MO. 8.3-miles
    1983-Winfield to Brookside, AL. 9.3-miles
    1983-Pratt City to Bessemer, AL. 10.8-miles
    1983-Birmingham, AL. Street Trackage 2.0-miles
    1984-Lead Jct. to Salem, MO. 26.2-miles
    1984-Aurora to Mt.Vernon, MO. 11.6-miles
    1985-Poteau to Wister, OK. 8.5-miles
    1985-Carl Jct. to J&G Jct. (Joplin), MO. 11.3-miles
    1985/May 18-Hayti to Caruthersville, MO. 7.4-miles
    1985?-Jenson to Midland, AR. 10.7-miles
    1986-Walport to Pocahontas, AR. 11.19-miles
    1986-Ellsworth to Lorriane, KS. 13.8-miles
    1986-Medora to Lyons, KS. 25.9-miles
    1986-Thomas Jct. to 18th St. Birmingham, AL. 5.0-miles
    1987-Arcadia, KS. to Mindenmines, MO. 13.7-miles
    1987-Acme to Paducah, TX. 37.2-miles
    1987-Metcalf to Anthony, KS. (X-SLSF)
    1988-So.Galena to Empire, KS. 3.?-miles
    1989-Dodson to Grandview, MO. 6.6-miles
    1989-Peculiar to East Lynne, MO. 15.1-miles
    1989-Dora to Debardeleben, AL. 9.6-miles
    1990-Cherokee to West Parsons, KS. 25.3-miles
    1991-Joplin to Webb City, MO. 6.3-miles
    1992-York to Bucks (Calvert), AL. 118.1-miles
    1994-Willard to Bolivar, MO. 29.1-miles
    1994-Valley Center to Medora, KS.
    1995-Belton to Peculiar, MO. 8.5-miles
    1997/May 29-Lyons to Lorraine, KS. 17.0-miles
    1997-Baxter Springs to So.Galena, KS. 8.1-miles
    1999-Hayti to Kennett, MO. 17.9-miles
    1999-Hoxie to Walport, AR.
    1999-Walport to College City, AR.
    2000-Severy to Augusta, KS.
    2002/May 23 Columbus, KS. to Carthage, MO. 28.25-miles
    ????-Nimmons, AR. to Campbell, MO. post-1915
    ????-Nimmons to Webbers Mill, AR. post-1915
    ????-W.Kennett to Buckhorn, AR. post-1915
    ????-Burnham to Cordz, MO. ????
    ????-Valley Park to Times Beach, MO. (2nd Mainline)
    </pre>
    Last edited by friscomike; 02-15-2006 at 02:50 PM.

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    jeanne Guest

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    hi i have a friend that has land nest to what they are marking compton in the central district can anyone tell me where to find info on this place? this is the first place i&#39;ve found to look. thanks for any help

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    roger Guest

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    About 3 months Alan Eisenberg posted a message asking for information on certain SLSF lines to which I replied. After several exchanges I realized that there were a lot of errors. For example, the entire KC-Memphis line was listed as built by the Kansas City, Ft.Scott &amp; Memphis. It was a good base history of what became Frisco, however there was a little more to the story.

    What developed was the most documented &amp; correct history of the predecessor companies that became Frisco to date. Alan gave me a free rein in writing this document. Everything in this file was researched and verified by myself from the official Frisco records at the University of Missouri.

    This file contains the construction/abandonment of the entire BNSF system including Frisco at the time of the SLSF/BN merger in 1980. However, some segments have been researched back way before the merger. The Current River &amp; Pochantas branches for example.
    Enjoy and if anyone was a question or something to add, let me know. RRT

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    For the updated line &amp; station history of Frisco check this out. http://research.nprha.org/Lists/Stat.../AllItems.aspx click BNSF Line Segments or Station Lists. RRT

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