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[T&P Trains Leaving Dallas]

Description: Photograph of a clipping from T&P Topics December 1955 issue. Pictured are six T&P trains leaving Dallas for the 1935 Rose Bowl game. Written below the image are "[sic] One of the biggest and longest passenger movements of the T&P took place when 9 special trains ran out of Dallas to the Rose Bowl in California carrying 2000 S.M.U. Mustang supporters. The T&P ran 6 of the 9 trains. All were 900 series locomotives Two had feedwater heaters. They are (L-R) #'s 909, 900, 908, 901, 907, and 905. The fact that Stanford won the traditional New Years Day football game 7-0 didn't dim the luster of the 3,000-mile excursion for the fans" and "T&P Topics, Dec 1955, pg 34."
Date: December 1955
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Roundhouse in Marshall, Texas]

Description: 4 photographs of the T&P roundhouse and shops in Marshall, Texas. In the bottom left photo a man is posing next to a wagon, and there is construction debris throughout the area. Written below the images are "T&P Roundhouse and shops at Marshall, Texas very early view 1870's" and "Harrison County Historical Museum."
Date: 1870~/1879~
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Roundhouse in Fort Worth, Texas]

Description: Photograph of an aerial view of the T&P roundhouse in Fort Worth, Texas. There are tracks visible running on either side of the photo, and a large building below the roundhouse. Written beneath the image is "Fort Worth, Texas Feb 7th 1928 - 32 stall roundhouse."
Date: February 7, 1928
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Group Photo Atop a T&P Train]

Description: Copy photo of a group picture of the T&P Fort Worth Roundhouse employees posing on top of train #639. Written below the image are "Fort Worth, Texas 1928 - Mr Gore squatting on Boiler top, second from cab" and "Ed Robinson (-Herbert Gore Collection)."
Date: 1928
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Water Tank Stop]

Description: Photograph of a division point with two large water tanks in Toyah, Texas. The tank in the center is a double spout tank, and there are houses and buildings in the distance to the right of the image. In between the two tanks there is an engine visible. Written below the image are "Toyah, Texas - began as a division point on the T&P in 1881 with shops and a roundhouse, note: the double spout tank" and "G. Dawson Photo."
Date: 1881
Creator: Dawson, G.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Water Tank Stop 2]

Description: Copy photo of a division point with two large water tanks in Toyah, Texas. The tank in the center is a double spout tank, and there are houses and buildings in the distance to the right of the image. In between the two tanks there is an engine visible. Written below the image are "Toyah, Texas - began as a division point on the T&P in 1881 with shops and a roundhouse, note: the double spout tank" and "G. Dawson Photo."
Date: 1881
Creator: Dawson, G.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #702]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #702 in the roundhouse at Mineola, Texas. A second train is visible behind it. Written below the image are "[sic] T&P #702 at Mineola, Texas Roundhouse Feb 1948" and "R. S. Plummer Photo."
Date: February 1948
Creator: Plummer, R. S.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Building at a T&P Yard]

Description: Photograph of a small building at a T&P train yard with tracks to the right side of the photo. Written underneath the image are "T&P Yard Scene Double Spout Watertower and Roundhouse in Background (1915-16 era)" and "Don Watson Collection."
Date: 1915~/1916~
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Toyah, Texas Roundhouse]

Description: Copy photo of the T&P roundhouse outside Toyah, Texas. The photograph is captioned "[sic] Birdseye View of Toyah and that Section West of the T. & P. Ry." Written underneath the image are "July 1911" and "Texas & Pacific Quarterly."
Date: July 1911
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #414]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #414 at the roundhouse in Marshall, Texas. There are other engines in the background. Written below the image are "T&P #414 at the Marshall, Texas roundhouse about 1948" and "Luther Weber Photo."
Date: 1948~
Creator: Weber, Luther
Partner: The Grace Museum

Trains & Roundhouse

Description: Three photographs, with top photo showing trains on the track, with the Swift Building in the background; middle photo shows the roundhouse, bottom photo is a closer shot of two trains on the track.
Date: 193?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

[Roundhouse Construction]

Description: Photograph of construction being done on a roundhouse by four men. There are three trains, #'s 227, 110, 265, in the background, and a wheelbarrow in the foreground. Written under the image is "Ed Robinson (-W.H. (Billy) Robinson Collection)."
Date: unknown
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train #40 in Front of a Roundhouse]

Description: Copy photo of T&P train #40 in front of a roundhouse in Marshall, Texas. There are four trains visible in the background, and one of them is to the right of the roundhouse. Written below the image are "Only [sic] saddle tank owned by the T&P used for switching at the Marshall Shops 15x24" cyln tractive effort 11,500#," "Marshall, Texas around 1900," and "C. M."
Date: 1900~
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Roundhouse in Big Spring, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the T&P roundhouse in Big Spring, Texas. There are men lined up in front of it around a train engine. and a large ash pit to the right side of the image. Written below the image are "[sic] Big Springs Texas T&P Roundhouse Note Ashpit Bottom Right" and "Jane Tindall / Permian Basin Historical Society."
Date: unknown
Creator: Tindall, Jane
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Shops and Roundhouse in Big Spring, Texas]

Description: Copy photo of T&P shops and roundhouse in Big Spring, Texas. On the left side of the image is an elevated section of track. Printed on the image are "T.&P. R.R. Shops and Round House" and "Big Springs Tex." Written below the image are "[sic] Big Springs, Texas No. Date" and "Howard County Heritage Museum Collection."
Date: unknown
Creator: Howard County Heritage Museum
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum