This train still runs, although with a few changes. The traffic for the few customers on the south end of the Centrol Belt has all but dried up, as presented in the last issue, and most of the time BN road units are used instead of TRRA motors, mostly due to the fact that the newest TRRA locomotives are getting close to their thirtieth birthday.
The Editor's Page
St. Louis Union Station News
I Remember Ferguson
R. L. Warren
Wabash Traffic on the UD Line
Oliver K. Blackburn
Pages 13, 16-19
Ford Auto Assembly Plants in Kansas City, Oklahoma City, and St. Louis
Information provided by Duane Sneddeker of the Missouri Historical Society,
the staff of the Daily Oklahoman, John M. McGuire of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
John A. Horner of the Kansas City Public Library, Jim Edwards, and Hal Ottaway
Moving the Freight From Ewing Avenue
Special thanks to O. K. Blackburn, Linton Kneemiller, Bob Tracy,
and William Saenger for making this information possible.
St. Louis Refrigerator Car Company - SLRX 6000-6099 and SLRX 3100-3499
When Beer Moved by Train, Too
Special thanks to William J. Vollmar, Ph.D., and M. D. McCarter
for providing additional information for this feature
When Beer Moved By Rail
Hal Wagner, Editor, Burlington Route Historical Society, Inc.
Whatever Happened to . . . ?
A Story About St. Louis Area Rail Photographers
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Last Update: Sat, 9 Jan 2010 by Rich Zellich