56 Years of Railroad Photography
|I caught this unit at the limestone plant at Marble City, OK after our church meeting at Dwight Mission..|
|I took this photo looking down the Arkansas & Missouri line past the station in Van Buren, AR before Jan and I rode to Winslow.|
|David Kerr was one of the volunteer car attendants on our ride to Winslow.|
|Our A&M train is seen arriving at the station in Van Buren.|
|This is the view inside the car in which we rode.|
|This is our view of the rear loco for our trip north to Winslow..|
|The car attendant for our trip was my long time friend, David McDonald.|
|David told us about our location as we proceeded to Winslow.|
|At Winslow our power cut away from the train and moved the caboose to what had become the rear of the train.|
|This young rider was seen in the cupola of the caboose as we passed it while moving it to the rear of the train.|
|After we returned to Van Buren, we drove to Greenwood. This is the approximate location of the Midland Valley station east ot the town square.|
|The Midland Valley tracks once were located approximately here to serve coal mines north east of Greenwood.|
|This sign is at the site of the restored caboose in Greenwood, AR.|
|I found these units at Watts, OK on my way to the monthly NRHS meeting in Springdale, AR.|
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