These two cabs can be seen at the Oklahoma City Railroad Museum.
The woodie is a Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Caboose built in 1878. It is believe to be the oldest cab in the state of Oklahoma.
..........? Why, that'd be this NS 334 heading East on the NS (Central of Georgia) P-Line while negotiating the big curve coming into Alexander City, AL. This train will be in Columbus, GA in about 2.5 hours after meeting a Westbound in Gold Ridge, AL down the road just before Opelika, AL.
A West Bound NS Rock Train heads West past the MP365.3 on the West end of Alexander City, AL. This is on the NS (Central of Georgia) P-Line. Washington Street, in the background, runs along side of the tracks for 3 miles as it heads into downtown Alex City.
NS 137, a westbound CofGa train, is seen on the NS P-Line in Alexander City, AL. Washington Street, on the opposite side of the train, and Lee Street in the forground, sandwich the tracks for about a mile at this location.
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