Frisco manifest heads east.
Located at the SLSF engine house.
The St. Louis-San Francisco railroad was the first to purchase a new caboose design offered by International Car Company, featuring a wider-than-normal cupola, providing the best of both cupola ca... (more)
Frisco 1351, built by American Locomotive Company in 1912, sits at the Collierville Square. Frisco 1351 was rebuilt in 1943 by the Frisco's Springfield Shops changing her from a Consolidation to ... (more)
Illinois Railway Museum's SLSF 2-10-0 #1630 is prepared for an evening run at dusk.
The Pride of Pensacola, SLSF 1355, stands proudly in one of the main streets in what appears to be a new coat of paint. 1355 was originally a 2-8-0 built by Alco in 1912. She was one of seven SLSF... (more)
Frisco 1630 reverses around the west wye at IRM.
Frisco 1630 and Shay 5 rest om the steam leads at IRM before both operating for the day.
Frisco 1351, built by American Locomotive Company in 1912, sits at the Collierville Square. Frisco 1351 was officially given to the city of Collierville recently, so Collierville has since allotte... (more)
New Frisco road units wait beside an old B&O yard switcher at East Chicago Indiana in 1977.
Baldwin class of 1942- Frisco #4500 rests at Route 66 Historical Village in Tulsa, OK.
Frisco 1630 charges east. Breaking with her standard operating procedure, Mother Nature times the only glimpse of sunlight on an otherwise cloudy day with one of Frisco 1630's late afterno... (more)