Two campers relax on the shores of Gaskins Creek.
Cedar Branch & Western #200 eases through the junction at Gaskins Switch. #200 will be south bound on the Missouri Pacific enroute to Fort...
Old 110 eases across Gaskins Creek while some campers play in the water below.
An unnumbered log car rolls across Gaskins Creek. Hmmm, someone needs to put some water in the creek!
70 tonner #900 near Harrison, Arkansas on August 26, 1952.
One of the two A&O cabooses and one of the very few color photos available.
Double headed, A&O's only two engines pass through Junction, near Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Pecos Vally Southern SW1200 #9 at Pecos Cantaloupe Company at Pecos, Texas, not far from the UP interchange.
With the yard track complete, it was time run some trains and recheck the track.
The track is finished. Now for the scenery.
The sun sets, but the work goes on.
The crane prepares to lift the car off the broken truck.
A crew member guides the crane as it lifts the car off the broken truck.
The finished product. This is one of my best running and looking engines.
A set of log cars await pick up at the end of the Breens Mine branch.
The only bay window caboose in the fleet. Its heritage is easy to spot if you look under the edge of the back roof above the door.
One of three identical cabooses owned by the railroad. They are numbered 12-14