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10/23/2018
 
 
 
 
 
By:Charles Stookey
Dates:6/1/1973 - 6/1/1973
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SLSF 34
Title:  SLSF 34
Description:  FORT SMITH AR June 1973 -- F7 34 awaits its next assignment. This was my first roll of Kodachrome 25 after Kodachrome II was discontinued. I switched to Kodachrome 64 after this. K25 seemed to me to be too saturated and contrasty.
Photo Date:  6/1/1973  Upload Date: 9/2/2011 8:25:38 AM
Location:  Fort Smith, AR
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SLSF 34(F7A)
Views:  667   Comments: 1
KCS Box Car 100845
Title:  KCS Box Car 100845
Description:  FORT SMITH ARK Dec 74 -- This car promotes U.S. Savings Bonds.
Photo Date:  12/1/1974  Upload Date: 10/16/2011 1:25:35 AM
Location:  Fort Smith, AR
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  128   Comments: 1
ES&NA 1
Title:  ES&NA 1
Description:  EUREKA SPRINGS AR Oct 1981 -- Eureka Springs & North Arkansas loco No. 1 gets a wood pilot for an appearance in a television mini-series. I believe the series was titled The Blue and the Grey. This locomotive is no longer in operation. According to Wikipedia, "No. 1, a 2-6-0 (Mogul), built 1906, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, PA; serial #29588; wood-burner; 75,000 lb (34,000 kg); 200 psi (1,400 kPa); 12,000 lb (5,400 kg) tractive effort.[7] Retired in the late 1990s because of the expense of burning 1½ to 2 cords of wood each workday. An expensive boiler re-build was also mandated by the state boiler inspector. In early 2011, the loco was moved to the[8] Reader Railroad in Reader, Arkansas for evaluation and possible repair."
Photo Date:  12/1/1981  Upload Date: 10/16/2011 1:35:03 AM
Location:  Eureka Springs, AR
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  Steam,Passenger,Action
Locomotives:  ESNA 1(2-6-0)
Views:  523   Comments: 0
ES&NW 201
Title:  ES&NW 201
Description:  EUREKA SPRINGS AR Dec 1981 -- An Alco mogul sees action at the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway. According to Wikipedia, "No. 201, a 2-6-0 (Mogul), built 1906, American Locomotive Company, Paterson, NJ; coal-burner converted to oil; 185 psi (1,280 kPa); 21,000 lb (9,500 kg) tractive effort.[9] It is one of three known surviving locomotives that worked on the Panama Canal; originally built to 5-foot gauge.[10] Retired early in the 21st century because a boiler re-build was mandated by the state boiler inspector."
Photo Date:  12/1/1981  Upload Date: 10/16/2011 1:31:30 AM
Location:  Eureka Springs, AR
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  Steam,Passenger,Action
Locomotives:  ESNA 201(2-6-0)
Views:  422   Comments: 0
ES&NW 201
Title:  ES&NW 201
Description:  EUREKA SPRINGS AR Dec 1981 -- The engineer leans out for a better view as this Eureka Springs & North Arkansas 2-6-0 hauls passengers. According to Wikipedia, "No. 201, a 2-6-0 (Mogul), built 1906, American Locomotive Company, Paterson, NJ; coal-burner converted to oil; 185 psi (1,280 kPa); 21,000 lb (9,500 kg) tractive effort.[9] It is one of three known surviving locomotives that worked on the Panama Canal; originally built to 5-foot gauge.[10] Retired early in the 21st century because a boiler re-build was mandated by the state boiler inspector."
Photo Date:  12/1/1981  Upload Date: 10/16/2011 1:29:52 AM
Location:  Eureka Springs, AR
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  Steam,Passenger,Action
Locomotives:  ESNA 201(2-6-0)
Views:  410   Comments: 0


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