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Added June 2008

  • Updated entire roster on MP Cabooses Still in Revenue Service.
  • New domain name - we lost our old mopac.com domain, but we now have the new mo-pac.net. Screaming Eagles will still be hosted here at Trainweb, but the site can also be easily accessed through the short mo-pac.net address.


Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Gondola
GBS/-
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln, NE   Map
June 17 2008
Rolling Stock No.

MP 643774
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
One of MoPac's Mexico-built gondolas. Oddballs among the MP gondola roster, this series was delivered in black with white grabs. This example has taken on a fair amount of corrosion and oxidation since then.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Caboose
NE/SBW
Location/Date of Photo:

Council Bluffs, IA   Map
May 20 2008
Rolling Stock No.

MP 13774
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
Still working for a living on the UPRR.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Caboose
NE/SBW
Location/Date of Photo:

Council Bluffs, IA   Map
May 20 2008
Rolling Stock No.

MP 759, previously MP 13---
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
This caboose suffered a mishap with a locomotive at UP's Council Bluffs yard in Sept 2007. It's seen here sitting in storage at the repair shops track.



Added May 2008



Unit:

Missouri Oklahoma & Gulf
Baldwin 2-6-6-2
Location/Date of Photo:

Muskogee, OK    Map
1911 or 1913
Locomotive No.

MOG 303
Photographer:

Brice Bratcher Family Photo
MO&G 303 - Missouri Oklahoma & Gulf is a Baldwin 2-6-6-2 in Muskogee, probably on its delivery. The contributor's granddad is at front of engine in white shirt and overalls. On the back of the engine picture: "Doc Epperson in white shirt taken in Muskogee Oklahoma 1911 or 13 QO&KC railroad." Markings on engine and tender indicate it was #303 of MO&G.

Subject:

Q. Oklahoma & Kansas City
Employee
Location/Date of Photo:

Muskogee, OK    Map
1910's
Name:

Herbert Frank Martin
Car Repairer
Photographer:

Brice Bratcher Family Photo
MO&G 303 - Additional Information:
- Herbert Frank Martin dob 12/11/1877, worked for QO&KC as a car repairer, I believe he is the fellow in this photo, and 6th back from front in above engine photo.
- Jay Bruce Martin dob 5/11/79, worked in Muskogee as a car repairer, (rr unknown).
- Claude Meredith Martin, 9/24/1880, QO&KC chief clerk of car repair to master car builder clerk MO&G to Gulf Oil co/Gypsy Oil co.
- Inez Ethel Martin 6/14/84 wed Carol Miller, he died in rr accident.

- Duane Pitt Martin (uncle to above), dob 9/16/55, worked for CB&O then QO&KC as a bridge forman.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP15-1
Location/Date of Photo:

La Grange, IL   
December 1982
Locomotive No.

MP 1722
Photographer:

EMD Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
Gleeming new GP15-1. The front and rear views were taken during the builder photo session at EMD in La Grange, IL in December of 1982.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP15-1
Location/Date of Photo:

La Grange, IL  
December 1982
Locomotive No.

MP 1722
Photographer:

EMD Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
Gleeming new GP15-1. The front and rear views were taken during the builder photo session at EMD in La Grange, IL in December of 1982.

Unit:

Union Pacific
EMD SD70ACe
Location/Date of Photo:

Dexter, Missouri    Map
May 6 2007
Locomotive No.

UP 1982
Heritage Unit Missouri Pacific
Photographer:

Joe Ferguson Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
Union Pacific's Missouri Pacific Heritage unit at Dexter, Missouri on May 6, 2007. The SD70AC was delivered as UP 8379 was rushed undercover (literally) to the paintshop and quickly assumed a new identity. The unit was formally unveiled on July 30, 2005 at Omaha Nebraska, along with UP 1983 (for the Western Pacific). Additional heritage units were to come over the years following this first pair.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
Plymoth JDT
Location/Date of Photo:

Kansas City, Kansas    Map
September 1978
Locomotive No.

MP(NOLC) 1650
Photographer:

Bill Folsom Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
Contact Bill Folsom
This 4-wheel critter was built in 1957 as MP 3003, it was retired on 5/74 going to Bartlett Grain in Kansas City, Kansas as it's shown here.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Boxcar
-/-
Location/Date of Photo:

Little Rock, AK   Map
March 1983
Rolling Stock No.

HERB-1
Photographer:

Bill Folsom Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
Contact Bill Folsom
"HERBIE" at Little Rock, Arkansas. Notice the air-conditioning unit mounted on the bulkhead end panel.

Unit:

Texas & Pacific
EMD F7
Location/Date of Photo:

Dallas, TX   Map
March 1965
Locomotive No.

TP 924
Photographer:

Postcard/Richard R. Wallin Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
An F-7 in MoPac colors, Texas & Pacific lettering and diamond at Dallas, Texas.



Added April 2008


Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Chicago & Eastern Illinois
Tankcar
T/-
Location/Date of Photo:

Tuscola, IL   Map
October 14 1979
Rolling Stock No.

CEI X 43
Photographer:

Photographer unknown/Todd Greuter Collection
Chicago & Eastern Illinois M of W tank at Tuscola, Illinois, Once pulled into the work equipment roster, such tanks were often used in weed spraying trains, or hauling fuel or water.

Unit:

Alton & Southern
AlCo RS2
Location/Date of Photo:

Location unknown  
October 1971
Locomotive No.

A&S 1057
Photographer:

Photographer unknown/Todd Greuter Collection
RS-2 dated 10/1971

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Flatcar
-/-
Location/Date of Photo:

Atlanta, Georgia  
March 1984
Rolling Stock No.

MP 865001
Photographer:

Bill Folsom Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
The twelve-axle/24-wheel flatcar is spotted on a siding at Atlanta, Georgia. Built in 1969, the MoP owned three of these burly haulers (#865000-0002).

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP18
Location/Date of Photo:

E. St. Louis, IL
August 1976
Locomotive No.

MP 1917
Photographer:

M. Haper Photo/T. Greuter Collection
MP 1917 in E. St. Louis, IL., back in Aug 1976. The two MOP geeps ( both desperatelly in need of a bath ) are headed south in the direction of the Dupo yards. This obviously would be a transfer run from the St. Louis yards to the yard at Dupo. Geep # 1917 is on the point.

Unit:

Texas & Pacific
EMD GP7
Location/Date of Photo:

Unknown
Unknown
Locomotive No.

T&P 118
Built 5/51 as T&P 1118 to T&P 118 to MP 1627 to MP 627
Photographer:

The Bill Folsom Collection
TEXAS & PACIFIC RR GP7 in the colorful road's pleasing orange and black paint. Originally delivered in April 1951 as T&P 1118, she will go on to be renumbered as MP 1627 and finally to MP 627.

Unit:

Texas & Pacific
EMD GP18
Location/Date of Photo:

Unknown
Unknown
Locomotive No.

T&P 501
Built 5/60 as T&P 1146
Photographer:

The Bill Folsom Collection
GP18 in white and blue scheme was delivered in April 1960 as T&P1146.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific Trailways
GM PD-2903 Bus (1946)
Location/Date of Photo:

Unknown
Unknown
Road No.

MPT 864
Photographer:

Builder Photo/T. Greuter Collection
A General Motors PD-2903 Bus (1946 model). The Missouri Pacific Transportation Company, Saint Louis, Missouri, was a subsidiary of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, with most of its route miles paralleling the railroad. It provided extensive bus service from Saint Louis to Kansas City, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Memphis, Tennessee and to Houston, Texas, and in the Texas Rio Grande valley. It was an early member of the National Trailways Bus System, later became Midwest Bus Lines and then part of the Continental Trailways Bus System.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP18
Location/Date of Photo:

La Grange, IL
March 1960
Locomotive No.

MP 4801
built 4/60 as MP 4801 to MP505 to MP 1855
Photographer:

EMD Photo/T. Greuter Collection
This brand new unit is the first GP18 built for the MoPac. She would later go on to be the first unit to wear Jenks blue and chevrons.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP38-2
Location/Date of Photo:

Texarkana, TX   Map
July 2 1989
Locomotive No.

MP 2132
Photographer:

Rick Hacker Photo/T. Greuter Collection
With numberboards glaring, GP38-2 paired with a UP unit sullenly waits through the gloomy downpour at Texarkana.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD GP38-2
Caboose
NE/SBW
Location/Date of Photo:

Villa Grove, IL   Map
July 30 1985
Locomotive/Rolling Stock No.

MP 2129 (GP38-2)
MP 13046 (Caboose)
Photographer:

Photographer unknown/T. Greuter Collection
MP 2129 & Caboose 13046 - GP-38-2 in Villa Grove, Illinois on July 30, 1985.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
GE B23-7
Location/Date of Photo:

Little Rock, AR   Map
May 1979
Locomotive No.

MP 2296
later to MP 4607 to UP 107
Photographer:

Photographer unknown/T. Greuter Collection
A year ago she was wrecked at Gorham, IL 5/17/78 . Seen here at Little Rock, Arkansas, she's a great example of a GE B-boat with an EMD replacement cab. Perhaps its also worth noting that there is a female engineer behind the throttle.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Caboose
NE/SBW
Location/Date of Photo:

Los Angeles, CA  
1982
Rolling Stock No.

MP 13060
Photographer:

Unknown photographer/T. Greuter Collection
Shot at UP East Los Angeles in 1982, was of the third and final series for the MoP's SBW fleet.

Unit:

Missouri Pacific
EMD SD40
Location/Date of Photo:

Dolton, IL   Map
August 26 1984
Locomotive No.

MP 3086
Photographer:

William Raia Photo/T. Greuter Collection
The SD 40 has put away many, many miles behind her when seen here at Dolton, Illinois.


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