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Date: 01/30/06 23:14
Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

T&NO, one that was involved with a tornado. I think that this was Melissa, a small town in north Texas.

Con




Date: 01/30/06 23:16
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

MoP Austin December 1971




Date: 01/30/06 23:17
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

MKT Granger Texas




Date: 01/30/06 23:20
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

MKT New Braunfels Texas




Date: 01/30/06 23:22
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

MoP Pleasanton Texas




Date: 01/30/06 23:24
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

These tile logos used to be just above the street side entrance of the Corsicana SP/SSW depot.

CON




Date: 01/30/06 23:28
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

Abilene & Southern Abilene Texas




Date: 01/30/06 23:33
Re: Texas depots
Author: xtra1188w

This was sitting in a field south of Canton Texas. There isn't nor was there ever a railroad nearby as far as I know to this location. I don't think that Canton ever had a railroad, right or wrong? Does anybody recognize this depot? There was also a caboose and a couple of boxcars sitting nearby, but there wasn't anybody around when I was I took this and a few other pictures.

Con




Date: 01/31/06 19:17
Re: Texas depots
Author: MEKoch

Wonderful set of photos.

Abilene is an architectural gem.



Date: 03/20/12 13:19
Re: Texas depots
Author: octrax

Athearn, Walthers, or any other rail model co. should produce a HO model of the A&S Abilene station! That would be a great one to model with the nice-flowing lines. I'm pretty sure that station in the HO 1:87 scale would have a very compact footprint on anyone's layout. Who knows...that could be our new "station in life"... :- )



Date: 03/20/12 13:28
Re: Texas depots
Author: Willie-J

The tornado struck Melissa TX on 13 April 1921.



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