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[Freedom Train Locomotive]

Description: Clipping of an article entitled "Freedom Train Locomotive." There is a photo of T&P train #610 above the article, and the article details the planned route of the train, especially the Texas leg, as well as logistic information for those who wish to donate towards the restoration effort.
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Bicentennial Train Article]

Description: Clipping of an article about the plans for the Bicentennial Freedom Train to park at the Federal Center in Fort Worth, Texas along with the other things that will be there as well.
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Bicentennial Train Article]

Description: Clipping of an article about the plans for the Bicentennial Freedom Train to park at the Federal Center in Fort Worth, Texas along with the other things that will be there as well.
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Superpower Train #610]

Description: Clipping of a captioned photograph of T&P Train #610 en route to Fort Worth while pulling the American Freedom Train. The caption reads: "Super-power in the form of ex-Texas & Pacific 2-10-4 610 leads the American Freedom Train through Joshua, Tex., en route to Fort Worth on the Santa Fe on February 25, 1976. Photograph by Harold A. Edmonson." Written below the image is "July Trains Magazine pg 50."
Date: July 1976
Creator: Edmonson, Harold A.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #610 Test Runs]

Description: Clipping of two photographs and an article about T&P train #610 getting prepared to pull the Bicentennial Freedom Train. The article says "610 pulled the freedom train through Texas from Austin to Houston and Ft. Worth. After months of work by Dick Jensen and his crew from the 610 Historical Foundation at the stockyards in Ft. Worth, the engine made its first test runs in the yard trackage near the working site on January 29, 1976. It looked like an engine just going out to work (above) as it chuffed through the yard. On February 4 it made a test run to Wichita Falls over FW&D rails (right) with an SD7, four boxcars and a caboose. After de-bugging at Wichita Falls, it returned on a train that approximated the weight of the Freedom Train ahead of two MOP Bicentennial diesels to run from Austin to Houston. It is shown (left) between Navasota and Plantersville on February 18, 1976." Written below the clipping is "Railfan Magazine Summer 1976 Vol 1 #7."
Date: 1976
Creator: Ingmanson, Kenneth & Yager, Dick
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Honorable Mention Photo AFT Contest]

Description: 2 clippings of a photo of T&P train #610 and The Freedom Train Photo Contest logo. Some white steam is rising from the engine. Written underneath the clipping are "- Railfan pg 32 - Photo taken at Austin, Texas Feb 17th 1976 using a 6x7 Pentax; Photo took honorable mention in AFT photo contest." and "Tom Kelcec."
Date: October 1977
Creator: Kelcec, Tom
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P #610 Pulling the Freedom Train]

Description: 3 Clippings of an article, photo, and logo from Railfan Magazine regarding T&P train #610 pulling the American Freedom Train. The article details the prep work that went in to restoring the train to working condition. Written below the image is "pg. 16."
Date: 1976
Creator: Kelcec, Tom
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #610 Captioned]

Description: Clipping of a captioned image of T&P train #610 pulling the American Freedom Train. There is a large plume of smoke rising from the engine. The caption reads: "(Below) at Bellville, Tex., former Texas & Pacific 2-10-4 No. 610 - with the assistance of a Santa Fe Bicentennial diesel - hauls the train northward on February 25, 1976." Written above the clipping is "Nov. 1976 'Trains' page 37 - Photo by Russell B. Sperry."
Date: November 1976
Creator: Sperry, Russell B.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Texas & Pacific Railway Roster]

Description: Clipping of a Texas & Pacific Railway roster. On the top of the clipping is an image of T&P car #4, and in the middle an image of T&P #8006. Written underneath is "-Railroad Sept 1965 pg 54."
Date: September 1965
Creator: Reich, Sy
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train #610 Preparing for a Test Run]

Description: Clipping of a photo of T&P train #610 preparing for a test run post-refurbishing. There are people inspecting the engine, and above the photo is a small article describing the image. Below the clipping is a smaller clipping with the info "Volume 5, Number 4 July 1976," and written is "pg. 36."
Date: January 29, 1976
Creator: Ingmanson, Kenneth
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Memo Regarding Merger Interference]

Description: Clipping about interference in the MoPac merger. Text says "Katy is intervening in the MoPac-T&P-C&EI merger, seeking preservation of existing routes, gateways, and rate divisions..." Written below the image is "- Trains Feb 1975 Pg 13."
Date: February 1975
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Locomotive Roster]

Description: Clipping of a Texas & Pacific Railway Locomotive roster. There are images on the top and bottom of the clipping of T&P 1124 and the Texas Eagle. Written near the clipping is "-Railroad Nov 1970 pg 64."
Date: November 1970
Creator: Reich, Sy
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P #610 in Railfan Magazine]

Description: Clipping of a photograph of T&P train #610 in Railfan magazine from an article about the overhauling of the train. There is also a clipping of the Railfan logo, with "Feb. 1978 pg 32" written underneath.
Date: February 1978
Creator: Ball, Don Jr.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P #610 in Trains Magazine]

Description: Clipping of a photograph of T&P train #610 in Trains Magazine. Small crowds of people are looking at the train from either side, and the Clifton, Texas depot is visible on the right side of the photo. A small article about the train is attached below the image. Written beneath the clipping is "Trains Magazine May 1976 pg. 14."
Date: May 1976
Creator: Edmonson, Harold A.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Newspaper Article About the Sale of T&P Station in Fort Worth]

Description: Clipping of a newspaper article regarding the sale of the Texas & Pacific Station in Fort Worth, Texas. There is a large image of the station surrounded by text describing the history and sale of the building. Written below the image is "-MoPac News May 1978 pg 3."
Date: May 1978
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Magazine Clipping of T&P Train #147]

Description: Photograph of a magazine clipping with a picture of men lining up for a picture next to T&P train #147. The text in the image names the men in the picture as left to right: "Fatty Clark ... H. J. Arant ... W. Montgomery, H. P. Likes, Fog Long, a Mr. Johnson, Slim Thompson, and H. O. Parry." Text below the image says "El Paso, Texas 1911" and "T&P Topics Nov 1949 pg 37."
Date: November 1949
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #240]

Description: Clipping of T&P train #240 stationed in Merkel, Texas. Written to the left of the image is "On Film, Neg, TPQ July 1905 Vol VIII #3 page 36." Printed on the image is "Dorsey," and printed below the image is "The T. & P. "Cannon Ball" at Merkel." Written above the image is "#240."
Date: July 1905
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Trains #227 & #310 Wrecked]

Description: Copy photo of a head on collision between trains #227 and #310 with men standing near it. Written below the image is "Wreck near Aroya (Now Wickett) Texas Ward County 1908 with Locos #227 & 310 R. L. Schwarzenbach was the engineer of the eastbound train, working with him were Henry Mason - Fireman and Sam Mimms Conductor. Schwarzenbach was at the controls of #320 *with the caved in cab) W. R. Bill Marlin was the engineer of Loco 227, Jake Bishop was the fireman and Gordon Phillips the conductor. All jumped, no on was killed or hurt except one hobo killed and 360 head of Mexican cattle died in the collision," a clarified version of what's printed on the photo, and "Paul Frame Collection - 6027.18 19."
Date: 1908
Creator: Frame, Paul
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Moving Around a Bend]

Description: Clipping of a photo of a train moving around a bend. Printed under the photo is "Scene near Eastland." Written on the left side of the image is "On Film Neg" and "TPQ Oct 1898 Vol II #2 pg 4."
Date: October 1898
Partner: The Grace Museum