Caboose 1703 at Merriam, Kansas on April 19, 1980 (John Benson).
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GP7s 533 and 573 at Altamont, Kansas in December 1969. The third unit is unidentified. (Golden Spike Productions).
GP35s 702, 720, 718, 703 and 721 at the head end of the mother lode of Frisco locomotives at Springfield, Missouri on January 5, 1980.
NW2 264 at Springfield, Missouri in January 1964 (Golden Spike Productions).
GP7 632 at Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1977 (Paul Strang).
Electro-Motive Division – New Standards advertisement featuring Frisco artwork. (Publication and date unknown.)
Caboose 1240 at Speer, Wyoming on June 12, 1978 (DJ Mulhearn). 1240 was formerly one of the Frisco’s Bicentennial painted cabooses.
FA-1m 5217 and F7B 5135 lead three other units leaving Oklahoma City East Yard going over the North Canadian river in December 1960.
FA-1m 5217 has been repowered by EMD. Note the two exhaust stacks on the roof and EMD builder’s plate above the Alco builder’s plate to the left of the cab handrails.
F7B 5135 is followed by an unidentified number F3B and two F3A units.
This view is looking down river to the northeast. The train is westbound on the Chickasha Subdivision. The overhead bridge in the distance is South Lincoln Avenue. It spans the North Canadian River and the extreme west end of the Frisco’s East Yard.
Special thanks to Mark Davidson.
GE 45-Ton 11 at Mobile, Alabama on October 25, 1978 (Paul Wilshaw).
S-2 295 (ex-Northeast Oklahoma Railroad 703) at Tulsa, Oklahoma in January 1971 (EVDA Slides).