Nee N&W all dressed up and nowhere to this day.
Back in the day when SLSF ran from Monett, MO all the way to Texas, as I recall.
Fort Smith Trolley Museum pose as a summer thunderstorm approaches.
The A&M transfer from the Union Phcific at Van Buren heads south to Fort Smith
Remarks: After switching the A&M yard on the north side of Ft. Smith, the crew heads out the joint A&M, Fort Smith RR, and KCS yard on to the south of town.
exN&W ALCo sorts out the small yet full yard at Ft. Smith
While shuffling cars, an exN&W ALCo demonstrates what ALCOs do best!
Built in 1929, this trolley is original Fort Smith.
A piece of Ft. Smith history creeps among the back alleys of town
Transfer run from UP in Van Buren to Fort Smith RR blasts out of the Arkansas River valley into Ft Smith, behind C420 52, T6 16, C420 56.
The A&M daily transfer run to the Ft Smith RR comes down FSR trackage next to the A&M yard in Ft Smith.