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CB&Q gondola in Louisiana, MO.382 viewsA CB&Q gondola sits in front of the Wells Lamont glove factory in the CB&Q yard, Louisiana, MO.
Abandoned glove factory in Louisiana316 viewsThis was the Wells-Lamont glove factory in Louisiana, MO.
Louisiana, MO yard115 viewsCompare this to the photos of the yard in 1948.
BNSF GP38-2 switches a local in Louisiana105 views
BNSF local in Louisiana, MO303 viewsA BNSF local prepares to grab a few cars in Lousiana, MO.
BNSF #9353 rolls into the Louisiana yard from the north195 viewsDirectly above the locomotive is the Hwy 54 bridge over the Mississippi (which is to the right of this photo).
CB&Q Mikado in the railyard at Louisiana, MO.350 viewsA CB&Q Mikado steams up while a gondola sits on what the crews dubbed the "city" track. The city track was owned by the GM&O and was used for transferring cars between the CB&Q and GM&O. This view is looking south, notice the GM&O Mississippi river bridge to the left, and the automobiles sitting near the river. Thanks again to Archie Hayden for all the info.
CB&Q #240 GP7, Louisiana, MO315 viewsA CB&Q local heads north into Louisiana on a late fall afternoon in 1964.
CB&Q work train, Louisiana, MO.342 viewsA Q work train sits in the yard at Louisiana, MO, while some railway workers hang out in the late afternoon.
ex-BN louisiana mo feb2004282 viewsYard office in Louisiana, MO.
Mark Twain Zephyr northbound into Louisiana398 viewsAt this time the northbound train was called 'train 42' on the schedule, but was the CB&Q locomotive "Injun Joe" with the original Mark Twain Zephyr car set.
CB&Q yard, Louisiana, Mo483 viewsThis was a very small yard for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, however, cars were dropped here for transfer to the GM&O line which came through town and visa-versa.
Looking south down the K-line and Hwy 79 at Louisiana, MO350 views
Highway 54 bridge over Mississippi89 viewsThe BNSF line runs directly below this photo at the base of the bluff.
BN 10326 caboose (or waycar) in Louisiana224 viewsThis caboose was on display in Louisiana for many years, it was recently removed and moved to a railway museum.
CB&Q #4960 near Louisiana MO249 viewsQ Mikado #4960 runs light as it prepares for another fan trip.
Hwy 54 bridge over Mississippi215 viewsBNSF yard is to the left of this photo. As you can see, the Mississippi does freeze over.
old GM&O station282 viewsSits on the GM&O mainline (now KCS) in Louisiana
Holcim Cement89 viewsThis plant originally started as Dundee cement in 1967. At the time it was the world's largest cement kiln, which measured 760 feet long and 25 feet in diameter and could accommodate 1.4 million tons of clinker a year. Dundee was a direct predecessor to Holnam (later to become Holcim), but the plant was closed in 2009.
BNSF SD40-2 at Clarksville228 viewsSwitching Holcim cement north of Clarksville
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