Ludlow

T&T - Milepost 0.00 - Elevation 1774

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    Reference: TWH0048a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Bullfrog Goldfield #12 - or the remains thereof, after the boiler explosion of 1910.

Reference: TWH0059a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: T&T #9, a 4-6-0 was built in September 1907 by Baldwin (#32292). She was later sold to Morrison-Knudsen and finally scrapped in 1946.

TWH0060a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: T&T Freight House and company housing. The view is looking northwest across the T&T's part of Ludlow. The town is to the rightback of the photographer.

Reference: TWH0064a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: The Engine Shop with T&T #4, #6, #7, #5, one of the switchers and another unidentified locomotive.

Reference: TWH0067a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: The Engine Shop at Ludlow with newly purchased #7 and #8 under assembly.

Reference: TWH0070a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Remains of Bullfrog Goldfield #13 after being towed in. She was wrecked in a washout Aug. 9th, 1908. [Gerstley]

Reference: TWH0071a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Bullfrog Goldfield's #12 after the boiler explosion in 1910. Note the split coupler to handle link and pin cars.

Reference: TWH0072a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Company tent housing at Ludlow during the early period of construction of the T&T.

Reference: TWH0080a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: From the hills west of the town. Tracks for all three railroads can be seen. The T&T at mid-left, the S.P. in the foreground and the L&S at mid-right.

ATSF at Ludlow Reference: TMR0550c
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: View eastwards along ATSF main line (L) and sidings. Station is ATSF, T&T Station is located behind the photographer on left.
(see TMR0558b)

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02/02/2002