An Image of Engine #10, the St.Johns at the Muir station. No. 10 had a wheel arrangement of a 4-4-0. This was called the american type and was built in greater numbers than any other wheel arrangement used in the United States.
“Gandy Dancers” Front from left to right: Jim Ernst, Don Merrow, Phil Perri. Back Row from left to right Calvin Cook and Bob Patsey
Preparing the site for new track on the old brick platform
Sorting ties for our new rail bed
Before we could lay track at the Depot, we had to pull some up from an old siding
Our foreman (Phil Perri) is known as "the best". He can line up track by sight and be dead on when checked.
He gives direction to the men down the track by arm and hand signals.
This British Railway Car was in the Roundhouse at Tawas Michigan. It, and another, were pulled out right before the building was destroyed.
This is photo is of the Shepardsville Station in 1907.
From Left to Right is; Station agent Bill Drum, Ramon Deitrich, Albert Longcor, section foreman Alex Olson, and Bill Decker
Northeast view of the Junction Hotel at Owosso Junction.
Photograph is from the Mark Worrall post card collection.
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