Ludlow

T&T - Milepost 0.00 - Elevation 1774

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

T&T #1 Reference: TMR0760b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Engine # 1. May be taken at DVJ.

Ludlow Yards Reference: TMR0761a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Enginehouse and loading ramp. Possibly during the dismantling period. Possibly copy of part of TMR3389b.

Engine House Reference: TMR0761x
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Engine house. During dismantling of shops and abandonment of line south of Crucero? Enlargement from TMR0761a. Both carry the same number in MRVH index and could be copies from TMR3389b.

Ludlow Reference: TMR0762a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Main street from T&T Tracks.

Murphy Bros. Reference: TMR0763a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Original Murphy Bros. Store on Main St.
(see TMR3390a)

Shop Crew Reference: TMR0801b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Shop Crew (?) beside BG #11 or 12

Stafford & McGovern Reference: TMR0805a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Stella Howck Stafford & Tom McGovern in front of wreckage of T&T engine. Could possibly be # 9 or #10, wrecked at Morrison in a runaway, but the date would then be 1915 (Myrick).

Francis Reference: TMR2209b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: B&D's "Francis" arriving to be used in construction of DVRR. Captioned "Relief to the Borax Wagons" From 35mm 'cropped' slide (see TMR2211b)

Francis Reference: TMR2211b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: B&D's "Francis" arriving to be used in construction of DVRR. Captioned "Relief to the Borax Wagons" Same as TMR2209, but from 4x5 slide.

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