Ludlow

T&T - Milepost 0.00 - Elevation 1774

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T&T Engines     Reference: TMR3883a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T engines (L to R) # 7, #3, #8 with four unidentifed men. Crew or shop workers possibly.

Ludlow Shop Reference: TMR3889a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Engine shop and T&T #9 and Railcar #99. Paint scheme on #99 is as delivered making this about 1928. Black striping not seen in later photos.

Engines Reference: TMR3890a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Yard and shop. Engines (L to R) are T&T #?, #8, #7, #4 (inside shop), #5, the tender of BG #11 or #12, and T&T #9 or #10 - August 1909

Yards Reference: TMR3903b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Main street and east end of yards. T&T station/office is the two story building at left.

ATSF Station Reference: TMR3904a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: The AT&SF station from the southeast. The town is beyond the station.

ATSF Station Reference: TMR3906b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Looking northeast at the AT&SF station . Tracks are the At&SF. T&T tracks are behind the station, as is the townsite.

T&T Station Reference: TMR3919b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: The first station/office of the T&T in Ludlow after the expansion was added at right side. Photo was on a Christmas Card from 1957!

Eastern Ludlow Reference: TMR3924a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Captioned as 'Right half of 3926'. From postcard 1959 sent by Jack & Vermil Sherraden.

Western Ludlow Reference: TMR3925a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Captioned as 'Left half of 3926'. From postcard 1959 sent by Jack & Vermil Sherraden.

Coach #1 Reference: TMR3941a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Coach #1, originally from Maine Central. It had carried the name of "Good News".

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