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T&P 150-Ton Steam Wrecking Crane #6 - diagram dated 8/15/56 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection

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  Motive Power

MP SD40-2 #3090-3215 - diagram dated 7/1/77 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection

MP SD40-2 #3216-35 - diagram dated 7/1/77 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection

Scan of the original artwork used in the production of the MoPac's Bicentennial scheme. Daryl W Favignano, (MPRR 1974-1986) who worked in the Mechanical Engineering Dept. at St Louis, was the one who drew up the paint scheme for MP 1776-1976. - Daryl Favignano Collection


  Maintenance-of-Way Equipment

T&P Pile Driver #PD 1 - diagram dated 5/3/55; built 1922 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Locomotive Crane & Pile Driver #PD 2 & 3 - diagram dated 5/3/55 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Locomotive Crane & Pile Driver #PD 4 - diagram dated 5/3/55 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Pile Driver #X-25 - diagram dated 5/3/63; built 1954 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P 120-Ton Steam Wrecking Crane #4/X-126 - diagram dated 8/15/56 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P 150-Ton Steam Wrecking Crane #6/X-160 - diagram dated 8/15/56 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection

MP X 232 - DeSoto Shops diagram of the Jordan Spreader dated 4/24/78. - scan provided by Elvin Klepzig

MP X 238 & 239 - the second of two DeSoto Shops spreader diagrams dated 4/24/78. During later rebuilds, the shops added a cab to these cars - scan provided by Elvin Klepzig

MP B&B Welding Car - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


MP X 14154, Crew Car - DeSoto Shops diagram. Many MoW cars were one-of-a-kind, modified from older equipment, with an individual car requiring it's own individual (rather than a series) diagram such as this one for #14154 - scan provided by Elvin Klepzig

MP Commissary Car - diagram dated 9/14/48 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Commissary Car #X-4439 - converted from boxcar (blt. 1924) in 1954 at T&P's Marshall shops - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Commissary Cars #X-4464 & 68 - converted from boxcars (blt. 1924) in 1955 at T&P's Marshall shops - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


T&P Commissary Car #X-4514 - diagram dated 4/25/56; converted from boxcar (blt. 1924) in 1956 - Missouri Pacific Diagram/Daryl Favignano Collection


Schematic Drawing of Abalene & Southern 2-8-0 #17 from T&P Records - Courtesy Walter Robbins Collection, Brown Library, Abilene Christian University, used with permission



Schematic Drawing of Abalene & Southern Coach & Baggage #52 - Courtesy Walter Robbins Collection, Brown Library, Abilene Christian University, used with permission




Special thanks to
Daryl W Favignano
, (MPRR 1974-1986)
who worked in the Mechanical Engineering Dept. at St Louis, for sharing from his extensive collection.

I'd also like to thank
Elvin Klepzig

for the use of several diagrams from his collection,
and of course the Walter Robbins Collection, Brown Library, Abilene Christian University.

MPRR diagrams can also be seen at:
Missouri Pacific DeSoto Shops Diagrams Index @ DBRR
MPHS Diagrams

 

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