locked Re: Southern Passenger Train Consist Similarities


Warren Stephens
 

I have pictures of at least three diversions of the Pelican over TA&G due to derailments on the AGS. Two in the mid 50s and one in the mid 60. I think I have the consist of at least one of those. I’ll try and dig that info out tomorrow. As I recall the mid 50s trains were still just classic passenger trains. The mid 60s train was more head end and a little threadbare. 

Warren D. Stephens 
CofG and TA&G fan


On Jun 28, 2020, at 7:42 PM, SouRwyFan via groups.io <blackaerocoupe@...> wrote:

David,

Answers to question #1 

From american-rails.com website 
With most historical information per Bill Haithcoat
<Tennessean Consist 1952.png>
<Southerner Consist 1952.png>
<Royal Palm Consist 1952.png>
<Crescent Consist 1952.png>

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