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Morgan’s Louisiana & Texas Railroad

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Motor Cars #1001 and #1002 both weighted 39 tons, were 70′ long, and could haul about 84 passengers.  These motor cars were then went to the Texas and New Orleans Railroad and remained motor cars #1001, and #1002.  #1001 was scraped in December of 1920, while #1002 lasted till April of 1935.

 

Photo Courtesy of the Guy L. Dunscomb Collection

M.L.&T. (Morgan’s Louisiana & Texas) #1001 was built on September 22nd, 1913 and scrapped in December of 1920.

Photo Courtesy of the Guy L. Dunscomb Collection

Morgan’s Louisiana and Texas #1001 a few years of being built.  This car was bought to experiment with by the M.L.&.T., and was soon scrapped in 1920.

Photo Courtesy of the Guy L. Dunscomb Collection

M.L.&.T. (Morgan’s Louisiana & Texas) #1002 with slightly visible damage to the nose where a train may have run into the motor car.

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