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Arizona Narrow-Gauge Railroad Company.
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Robert L. MacDonald is a founding member and historian of the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum and is a member of the collections committee. He is a retired sales representative for the Canadian National Railways in northern New England and a longtime member of the Railroad Club. The Superstition Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad’s inch gauge train has a Plymouth diesel pulling a passenger car and a caboose along minute, narrated journey around a mile and a half of track. Departs every 35 minutes. Maricopa Live Steamers Railroad Heritage Preservation Society N. 43rd Ave., Phoenix •
This is the last industrial narrow gauge railroad in America, the U.S. Gypsum mine line that runs north to a quarry in the Fish Creek Mountains, which is estimated to contain a deposit worth 25 million tons of gypsum. It was the search for oil that first brought speculators to . The Arizona and Utah Railway went into receivership in and was then incorporated as the Western Arizona Railroad in January of At this same time it was leased to the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe as a non-operating subsidiary. The approximately mile stretch of line that extends to the west of Chloride was also abandoned at this.
Narrow Gauge Railroader Club Certificate San Bernardino, Arrowhead and Waterman Railroad Company Freight Books San Diego & Arizona Eastern Railway Settlements San Diego & Arizona Railway/Tijuana & Tecate Railway Collection. The railroad was originally built as a 3 ft narrow gauge line and was converted to standard gauge in Originally headquartered in Superior, Arizona, the company primarily hauled cattle and copper on miles of standard gauge track to and from the Southern Pacific mainline in Magma, Arizona, between Florence and Queen Creek.
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Arizona \ Arizona Narrow Gauge Railroad Arizona Narrow Gauge Railroad. By Randy Hees P roposed to connect the Denver & Rio Grande with Tucson and on to the Gulf of California by a group of businessmen from Tuscon, lead by William H.
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60 rows Arizona Eastern Railroad: Arizona Eastern Railroad: AE Southern Pacific. Arizona Narrow Gauge Railroad. 36" Gauge. Proposed to connect Tuscon with the Denver & Rio Grande to the northeast and extend southwest to the Gulf of California. Beset with financial woes after incorporation, the line made little progress during construction.
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With curves on the short mile narrow gauge stretch, the Railroad became known as the crookedest line in the world. The builder, William Andrews Clark, also owned United Verde Copper Company and would continue to leave his indelible imprint on the area, including a.
The Arizona and California Railroad (reporting marks, ARZC) is a shortline based out of Parker, Arizona with quite an interesting past. Today the railroad operates well over miles of trackage between Matthie, Arizona and Cadiz, California and until recently also owned a branch to Ripley, which has since been abandoned.
Superstition Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad. 36" Goldfield, Arizona (Goldfield Ghost Town) Return to top of page Defunct Arizona Scale Railroads: Railroad Name Gauge Location Arizona Republic Railroad.
24" Phoenix, Arizona Discovery Park Railroad. 24" Safford, Arizona Flagstaff and Middle Verde Railroad. 16" Camp Verde, Arizona Pima County. The Arizona Eastern Railway (reporting mark AZER) is a Class III railroad that operates miles ( km) of railroad between Clifton, Arizona, and Miami, Arizona, in the United includes trackage rights over the Union Pacific Railroad between Lordsburg, New Mexico, and Bowie, railroad serves the copper mining region of southeastern Arizona, and the agricultural.
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The first narrow-gauge common-carrier railroad was the Billerica and Bedford Railroad, which ran from North Billerica to Bedford in Middlesex County, Massachusetts from to There were extensive 2 ft ( mm) gauge lines in the Maine forests early in the 20th century.
In addition to hauling timber, agricultural products and slate, the Maine lines also offered passenger services. InArizona Copper Company chartered Arizona & New Mexico Railway to build a three-foot gauge railroad from Clifton to the Southern Pacific Sunset Route at Lordsburg, N.M.
Despite the difficult terrain, the narrow gauge line was completely opened in just over a year. Standard, narrow and baby railroad gauges used at the mines in Arizona were based upon the width of the track: standard gauge (56ƒ inches), narrow gauge.
The narrow gauge had served the Magma Company well, but by the s the line was obsolete and unable to keep up with the increasing demands of the expanding operation at the Magma Mine.
On Apthe construction of a new standard gauge railroad was approved by the Magma Railroad Company. Three years later she was purchased by the Texas State Railroad in and has remained there ever since. While steam was still in use the Magma Arizona Railroad first began using diesels on Aug and came to own six in all; three Baldwins (S8 #8, S12 #9, and DRS.
For any railfan with an interest in narrow gauge railroads (railroads that operate on rails spaced closer than the prevailing 4' ") George Hilton's American Narrow Gauge Railroads is a must-have.
It is (to my knowledge) the only such book that records the history of all of America's past and present narrow gauge s: In the Black Hawk & Central City Narrow Gauge RR tourist line rebuilt a portion of the old Colorado & Southern grade in Central City, abandoned by the C&S in C&S Baldwin #71, leased from the Gilpin County Historical Society, needed only minor restoration work to return to service.
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