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[Article on Restoration of T&P Train #610]

Description: Copy photo of a Dallas News article with a captioned photo of a man working on restoring train #610. The photo is titled "Bottom Up!" and the caption reads: "C. B. Kemp trys for a more comfortable position while working on the Texas & Pacific #610 engine which will pull the Bicentennial Freedom Train through Texas. Hopefully, the engine will be ready to run Feb. 1, 1976. The '610 Historical Foundation' has already spent $25,000 over their original $100,000 budget restoring the 1927 locomotive."
Date: December 19, 1975
Creator: Langum, Lee
Partner: The Grace Museum

[SR Train #610 Article]

Description: 2 clippings of an article in Railfan Magazine about SR train #610 regarding its season schedule of trips throughout the South and Midwest. There is also a photo of the train on an elevated portion of track. Written below the image is "- Railfan Dec 1977."
Date: December 1977
Creator: Ingmanson, Kenneth
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Tracks Stretching Into the Distance]

Description: Photograph of train tracks stretching into the distance with a fork in them about halfway down. Written below the image are "[sic] Hutchinson's Spur at Cecile La - Taken less than a week after the wreck of the 'Louisiana Limited' Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. E. Brown - Photo)."
Date: December 14, 1931
Creator: Brown, A. E.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreckage of the Louisiana Limited]

Description: Photograph of the Louisiana Limited, T&P train #414. A large crowd of people are gathered near the wreckage. Written below the image are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 Wreck of T&P 'Louisiana Limited' at Hutchinson's Spur - Engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 15, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreckage of the Louisiana Limited]

Description: Photograph of a small group of people inspecting the wreckage of the Louisiana Limited. In the distance a handful of cars are visible parked on the side of a road. Written underneath are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 Wreck of T&P 'Louisiana Limited' at Hutchinson's Spur - Engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 15, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreckage of the Louisiana Limited]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people gathered near the wreckage of the Louisiana Limited. Written below the image are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 Wreck of T&P Louisiana Limited at Hutchinson's Spur - Engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 15, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreckage of the Louisiana Limited]

Description: Photograph of a group of people surveying the wreckage of the Louisiana Limited. Written underneath are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 Wreck of T&P 'Louisiana Limited' at Hutchinson's Spur - Engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 15, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreckage of the Louisiana Limited]

Description: Photograph of the Louisiana Limited, T&P train #414. A large crowd of people are gathered near the wreckage. Written below the image are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 Wreck of T&P 'Louisiana Limited' at Hutchinson's Spur - Engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 15, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[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 Logo]

Description: Photograph of a T&P logo on a wall. Written underneath the image are "Fort Worth, Texas Dec 14th 1978" and "Don Watson."
Date: December 14, 1978
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[SR Train #610]

Description: Clipping of a captioned photograph of SR train #610. There is a plume of smoke rising from the engine. The caption reads: "Ex-Texas & Pacific No. 610 is back in action on July 15, leading a Southern Railway excursion at Efland, NC. The Greensboro-Raleigh round trip drew a big crowd for part of the Lima engine's second season on the Southern. The 610 is leased by the railroad from a private Texas foundation." Written below the image is "Passenger Train Journal Dec 1978 - pg. 12."
Date: December 1978
Creator: Bryan, Wiley M.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #719]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #719 in Alexandria, Louisiana with a faint plume of smoke rising from the engine. Written underneath the image are "T&P #719 at Alexandria, La. December 15th 1951" and "A. E. Brown Photo / Louis Saillard Collection."
Date: December 15, 1951
Creator: Brown, A. E.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Back of a Pocket Watch Pulled From a Train Wreck]

Description: Photograph of the back side of a pocket watch belonging to a man killed in a train wreck. There is a large dent across the back of the watch, and a faint engraving of a Freemason symbol is visible as well. Written below the image are "[sic] Watch of J. W. 'Rab' Gorman killed at Cecile La in the wreck of the 'Louisiana Limited' T&P overnight passenger train Marshall, Texas to New Orleans La. - Mr Gorman was engineer of #414 D-11 s - Wreck was Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson."
Date: December 14, 1931
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Wreck of the "Louisiana Limited"]

Description: Photograph of the Louisiana Limited's wreck being inspected. A group of men is visible poking around the wreckage. Written below the image are "Cecile, La. Dec 15th 1931 wreck of 'Louisiana Limited' at Hutchinson's Spur - engine #414 - wreck occurred Dec 14th 1931" and "Ed Robinson (A. R. Collins - Photo)."
Date: December 14, 1931
Creator: Collins, A. R.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Pocket Watch of an Engineer Killed in Train Wreck]

Description: Photograph of a pocket watch belonging to a man killed in the wreck of the Louisiana Limited. The watch face is slightly cracked. Written below the image are "[sic] Watch of J. W. 'Rab' Gorman engineer killed at Cecile La. in the wreck of the 'Louisiana Limited' Marshall, Texas to New Orleans, La. passenger train. The time showen is 11:37 pm the exact time of death. The date was Dec 14 1931 and the location was Cecile, La. at Hutchinson's Spur about 15 miles S. E. of Shreveport La." and "Ed Robinson."
Date: December 14, 1931
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #617]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #617 moving in Queen City, Texas with a faint plume of smoke rising from the engine. Written underneath the image are "Queen City, Texas Dec 1937" and "H. K. Vollrath."
Date: December 1937
Creator: Vollrath, H. K.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Whyte Classification System Clipping]

Description: 2 clippings from the December 1979 issue of Model Railroader about the Whyte Classification System. On the left is a brief description of the history and use of the system, and on the right is a table of the most common classifications. Written underneath the clippings is "- Model Railroader Dec 1979."
Date: December 1979
Partner: The Grace Museum