Ozark & Cherokee Central
Frisco Muskogee Branch

Stations

Fayetteville, AR
In the bottom view an addition, has been added to the near end of the station.

Farmington, AR

Praire Grove, AR

Lincoln, AR

Summers, AR

"Railroads of Northwest Arkansas", Robert G. Winn*Chronicler, Washington County Historical Society, 1986.
Westville, OK
Westville, OK

Contributed by Tom Walker
This Frisco motorcar is stopped at the Flag Stop at Robbins, OK between Eldon and Wheeling.

Scanned from "Railroads of Cherokee County" by David Campbell

Scanned from "Railroads of Cherokee County" by David Campbell

Scanned from "Railroads of Cherokee County" by David Campbell

Tahlequah, OK second station which was used 2 years after the first station was destroyed by fire. The fire was started by a lightning strike to the telegraph line. This image was copied from Jan. 1911 "The Frisco Man" magazine which IDs the men.

The Tahlequah, OK brick station was completed in 1912. This photograph hangs in the Three Rivers Museum. The abandoned Tahlequah station sat in ruins on the west side of town off old State Highway 51 (Choctaw Street) for many years but is gone now.

Contributed by John Fike
Three Rivers Museum
Contributed by Roger Bell of Three Rivers Museum
Station foundation in 2011
Photo by Mike Condren in 2011

Boynton, OK 1910
Three Rivers Museum Muskogee, OK
Contributed by Mike Sypult

Mike Condren Photo
Former Frisco station Okmulgee, OK, Dec. 28, 2008.

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