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[T&P Depot in Collinsville, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the T&P depot in Collinsville, Texas. A large water tower is visible to the left of the tracks, and two men are standing in front of the station. Printed on the photo is "T&P Depot Collinsville, Texas 1909." Below the image is written "H. D. Conner."
Date: 1909
Creator: Conner, H. D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Depot in Blossom, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the T&P train station in Blossom, Texas. There is a small group of people lined up to the left of the building. Printed on the photo is "T&P Depot 1909 Blossom, Texas." Written below the image is "H. D. Conner Collection."
Date: 1909
Creator: Conner, H. D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Wreck Group Photo]

Description: Copy photo of a small group of people posing in front of a head on train collision. In the bottom right corner of the image is printed "Texas & Pacific Topics." Below the image are written "#270 & #314 Jefferson, Texas Jun 4th 1903" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Cannonball Collision in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a collision between T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 in Jefferson, Texas. A few people are visible near the train wreckage. On the image are printed "Parker Photo" and "T. and P. 'Cannon Ball' Collision June 4th 1903." Beneath the image are written "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Parker Photo
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Two Men at a Desk]

Description: Copy photo of two men sitting at a desk inside. There is a large typewriter and desk lamp on the left side, and a T&P calendar on the back wall. Written below the image are "[sic] Terrell, Texas 1907 - W. D. Grissom, Jim M. Bryan - Manger * note wall calendar" and "Southwest Collection."
Date: 1907
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Collision Wreckage]

Description: Photograph of T&P trains #270 and #314 in a collision in Jefferson, Texas. Written below the image are "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson, Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Von Blon, Avery
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Group Photo Posing in Front of a Train Wreck]

Description: Photograph of a group of people posing for a picture in front of a collision of T&P Cannon Balls #5 and #6 in Jefferson, Texas. Large trees are visible in the background. Printed on the image is "Collision of T. and P. "Cannon Balls" #5 and #6. Jefferson, Tex. June 4th 1903. Parker Photo." Below the image is written "Ruth E. Frank."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Parker Photo
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #264]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #264. Most of the engine is visible. Written below the image are "T&P #264 - in May 11th 1903 issue of "The Bohemian" Vol 4 No. 3 pg. 51 - Listed as #254" and "J. C. McDaniel."
Date: May 11, 1903
Creator: McDaniel, J. C.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the Move 2]

Description: Photograph of a T&P train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the move. There is a second train moving in the opposite direction to the right of the image. Both trains have large plumes of smoke trailing behind them. Written below the photo are "Eagle Ford, Texas Aug. 16 1902 Eastbound 'T&P Cannonball' at 7:30 am note lack of ballast between ties in front of loco & shirtsleeves of employees in 1st and 2nd cars" and "Festus Von Blon Collection."
Date: August 16, 1902
Creator: Von Blon, Festus
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the Move]

Description: Photograph of a T&P train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the move. There is a second train moving in the opposite direction to the right of the image. Both trains have large plumes of smoke trailing behind them. Written below the photo are "Eagle Ford, Texas Aug. 16 1902 Eastbound 'T&P Cannonball' at 7:30 am note lack of ballast between ties in front of loco & shirtsleeves of employees in 1st and 2nd cars" and "Festus Von Blon Collection."
Date: August 16, 1902
Creator: Von Blon, Festus
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 #265 Being Hauled by Horses]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #265 being hauled by horses. There are crowds of people in the street and buildings visible throughout. Below the photo are written "Paterson, N.J. Sept 21st 1900 - T&P #265 @ Rogers Locomotive Works [sic] This was the method of transporting new locomotives from the Rogers Works to the Erie tracks - about 1 mile. 32 horses were used and this was the last locomotive hauled by them. After this a dummy engine was employed until the works were abandoned in 1926. The building on the left is the Paterson City Hall" and "W. A. Lucas."
Date: September 21, 1900
Creator: Lucas, W. A.
Location Info:
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 Quarterly Cover]

Description: Copy photo of the cover of Texas and Pacific Quarterly magazine Vol 10 No. 3. There is an image of T&P train #224 in the center of the cover. There are two T&P diamond logos on either side of the magazine's title, and printed above the train image is "No trouble to answer questions."
Date: July 1907
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

[Head On Collision of T&P Cannon Balls]

Description: Photograph of a head on collision between two T&P trains. Written on the photo is "Collision of T. and P. 'Cannon Balls.' #5 and #6. Jefferson, Tex. June 4th 1903." Written underneath the image are "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson, Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Von Blon, Avery
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Station in Dallas, Texas]

Description: Copy photo of the west end of the train station in Dallas, Texas. On the side of the picture is written "Dallas City Depot." Written below the image is "West End of Dallas, Texas City Depot - Early 1900's" and "Southwest Collection."
Date: 1900~/1915~
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Alba Depot]

Description: Copy photo of the Alba train station. Some men can be seen outside the building and there is a train car down the tracks. Written underneath the image are "Alba Depot around 1900" and "Southwest Collection."
Date: 1900~
Creator: Southwest Collection
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #102]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #102 with four men posing in front of it. A small plume of grey smoke is rising from the engine. Written below the image are "T&P #102 built by the T&P in 1907 at Marshall, Texas, note T&P shops Builders/Number plate" and "W. H. (Billy) Robinson Collection."
Date: 1907
Creator: Robinson, W. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum