John Speller's Web Pages Saint Louis to Tulsa

John Speller's Web Pages - Projected Railroads
Saint Louis to Tulsa
This projected service makes use of the old Frisco main line, and represents a more or less straight 400 mile run, joining several important cities. The populations, indeed, suggest that this line could prove considerably more profitable than the existing Saint Louis to Kansas City Amtrak run. The service might ultimately be extended beyond Tulsa to take in Dallas and Fort Worth in Texas.
Frisco System Map showing the run from Saint Louis, Missouri to Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cities served by the Frisco Saint Louis to Tulsa route with populations
The Frisco station at Monett, Missouri, in a postcard view of around 1905
The Frisco station at Claremore, Oklahoma, in a postcard view of around 1905
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John Speller's Web Pages - Projected Railroads
Camp Hill Line (Birmingham, England)
The stations on the old Midland Railway line between Kings Norton and Camp Hill have been closed for many years, though some of the buildings are still intact. A very useful suburban rail service could be provided between the former Great Western Moor Street station, now little used, and Kings Norton by building a new curve between Bordesley and Camp Hill. This would cost about 5,000,000.
Map of the proposed Camp Hill Line suburban service
Camp Hill station in about 1905
Moseley station looking toward the tunnel in around 1905
Midland Railway Class "2-P" 4-4-0 No. 426 with a passenger train at Kings Norton shortly before the Grouping
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