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[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 Shops in Marshall, Texas]

Description: 2 photographs of the T&P shops in Marshall, Texas. There is a train car pulled up beside the building. Written next to the top photo is "Shows architecture of building to good advantage." Below the bottom photo are written "T&P Shops at Marshall, Texas 1870-1880's with 'Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car' parked beside shop" and "Harrison County Historical Museum."
Date: 1870/1889
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Views of the Texas & Pacific General Office]

Description: Four photographs showing various views of the Texas & Pacific Railway buildings in Marshall, Texas. Two images at the top show a wide view of railroad tracks in front of three buildings: a tall, two-story building with wrap-around porches to the left; a smaller, one-story building in the center; and a long building with a covered loading bay where several train cars are parked. The lower images show a close-up view of the first two buildings (left) and of the third building (right). Text at … more
Date: [1873..1884]
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Engraving of Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of an engraving of the city of Fort Worth, Texas. The image depicts Fort Worth with buildings stretching into the distance and five plumes of smoke rising from throughout, two of which can be seen to come from train engines. The caption of the image is "Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, 1876. 'Queen of the Prairies.'" The "Queen of the Prairies" phrase comes from a nickname for Fort Worth. Written below the image is "This engraving is part of an 1876 T&P map," and "J.C. McDaniel."
Date: 1876
Creator: McDaniel, J. C.
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 on a Bridge]

Description: Photograph of a T&P train on a bridge. Written below the image are "[sic] #unknowen 2-6-0 Blt. by Rogers 141-160 class 'a rare bird' on Trestle at Baird, Texas in 1888" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: 1888
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[William Schmalzried Using a Hand Pump]

Description: Photograph of William Schmalzried using a hand pump that is connected to a train car. Several buildings are visible in the background. Handwritten text under the photo says, "Fort Worth, Texas Jan, 1889 - Hand pumps were once used to provide air pressure for testing brakes in yards and car shops. This device was an important piece of equipment in railroad terminals for many years. The photo shows Mr. William Schmalzried, former Supt. of the Car Dept."
Date: January 1889
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Waybill]

Description: Copy photo of a T&P waybill for a trip from Dallas to Arlington. Written below the image are "T&P Waybill of 1889" and "H. H. Maples / Paris Junior College."
Date: July 18, 1889
Creator: Maples, H. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Family Photo in Front Train Station]

Description: Copy photo of a family posing in front of the train station in Odessa, Texas. There is a printed note on the photo that says "The Odessa depot in the 90's. Setting in front of depot. Mrs J. M. Frame with Paul, Thelma, and Pete standing. On the left - - Florance Malone and on right Jay Malone." Written below the photo are "T&P Odessa, Texas Station - This building was burned one night as the story goes the boys had a big poker game upstairs in the old Buchanan (Brown) Hotel. When the game was ov… more
Date: 1890~/1899~
Creator: Frame, James Milton
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Group Photo of the Crew of Train #220]

Description: Copy photo of the crew of train #220. Each person is numbered, and to the right is written a list of the identified people: "1. Jim Walker 2. Chas. Ruhruf 3. Jesse Daugherty 4. ? 5. ___ Stillings 6. ? 7. ? 8. ? 9. 'Daddy' Hamm 10. ? 11. Gus Turiff 12. ?" Written underneath the image is "Baird Texas early 1890's - T&P Roundhouse," and "J.C. McDaniel -(Callahan County Museum - Baird Texas)."
Date: 1890~/1895~
Creator: McDaniel, J. C.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Landscape View of Big Spring, Texas]

Description: 2 photographs of a landscape view of Big Spring, Texas. There is a small pen in the foreground. Written underneath the image are "Big Spring in the 1890's - This unusual view of Big Springs (as it was known then) was taken from the northwest slopes and includes the T&P shops to the right. The steeple of the courthouse, erected less than a decade earlier may be seen dimly in the centre. Some say the pens in the foreground were on a tract owned by the Earl of Aylesford and operated by his friend,… more
Date: 1890~/1899~
Creator: Big Spring Heritage Museum
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #220]

Description: Photograph of a group of men posing in front of T&P train #220 by the Baird, Texas roundhouse. The men are numbered, and to the right of the image are named #1, Jim Walker, #2, Chas Ruhruf, #3, Jesse Daugherty, #5, ____ Stullings, #9, "Daddy" Hamm, and #11, Gus Turiff. Written below the image are "Baird Texas early 1890's - T&P roundhouse" and "J. C. McDaniel - (Callahan County Museum - Baird, Texas)."
Date: 1890~/1895~
Creator: McDaniel, J. C.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Station in Pecos City, Texas]

Description: Copy photo of the T&P depot in Pecos City, Texas. The top right corner of the photo is torn, and there are six men lined up in front of the building. Written on the photo is "The old TP Depot of Pecos city 1892." Written below the image are "Pecos City Texas - T&P Station 1892" and "West of the Pecos Museum / Barney Hubbs."
Date: 1892
Creator: Hubbs, Barney
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #34]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #34 in Edgewood, Texas. There are two men inside the cab and two young boys standing off to the left looking at the train. Written underneath the image are "Photograph taken at Edgewood, Texas in 1893 Train No. 2 between Marshall and Fort Worth, Engineer - William Wilcox, Fireman - Charles Smith" and "T&P Diagram Book."
Date: 1893
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #34 in Edgewood, Texas #1]

Description: Copy photo of T&P train #34. There are two children standing beside the train looking at it. Written below the image are "Edgewood, Texas Nov. 2nd 1893, Train #2 Engineer - William Wilcox, Fireman - Charles Smith" and "W. Burke."
Date: November 2, 1893
Creator: Burke, W.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #206]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #206 beside a tower with men posing next to it. Written below the image are "T&P #206 at Metz, Texas 1894" and "Paul Frame Collection."
Date: 1894
Creator: Frame, Paul
Partner: The Grace Museum
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