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Holcim Cement, Clarksville276 viewsA view east across Hwy 79 towards the cement plant
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Holcim Cement, Clarksville250 viewsA close-up of the plant from the start of the siding.
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BNSF 4423 rounds the bend near Clarksville78 viewsC44-9W takes the mainline south into Clarksville.
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BNSF #8945 SD70MAC in Clarksville203 viewsDPU brings up the rear of the southbound coal drag.
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BNSF #9353 rounds the curve north of Clarksville.188 viewsJust north of the old Holcim cement plant.
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Old CB&Q bridge200 viewsThis old bridge has served the railroad for many years. Once the Zephyr Rocket ran across this bridge on the way north to St. Paul. This bridge is just north of Clarksville, MO.
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Ex-CB&Q bridge213 viewsAnother view of the bridge just north of Clarksville
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Street front at Clarksville, MO272 views
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BNSF 7661 rolls through Clarksville, MO205 viewsA panoramic shot showing the proximity of the Mississippi River to downtown Clarkville, MO.
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CB&Q #4960 near Clarksville mo 257 viewsMike paces the #4960 near Clarksville on this fan trip in 1962
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CB&Q #4960 near Clarksville MO251 viewsRailfans watch the approaching #4960 belch smoke on a September day in 1963
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New signals for BNSF, flood tower88 viewsThese new signals were set in 2012, now a new siding has also gone in just south of Clarksville.
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Looking South towards Annada, MO74 viewsK-line looking south. According to Clarence Cannon's history of Elsberry, when the Clarksville & Western Railway began setting out trackage south, a marker was driven in the ground every 3 miles and that was where a station was built, and then a town usually grew up around the station. Some survived, some did not, some barely hang by a thread.
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Annada grain elevator90 viewsThese shiny silos are a much later addition to the tiny village. There was a station here but it no longer exists.
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CB&Q bridge just south of Annada, MO87 viewsAnother ancient steel bridge that served the CB&Q.
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BNSF 9353 SD70ACe approaches Annada200 viewsA long string of coal bound for St. Louis tails BNSF 9353 SD70ACe.
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BNSF #9353 SD70ACe north Annada189 viewsRolling a coal drag south into Annada.
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Ex-CB&Q bridge - Annada200 viewsAnother metal bridge just north of Annada, MO
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Ex-CB&Q bridge Annada202 viewsThis bridge is just to the south of Annada, MO, very close to the Pike & Lincoln county line.
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CB&Q depot in Annada408 viewsThe depot was torn down not too long after this, passenger service on the K-line stopped completely in 1967.
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