Photos from the Fall 2002 excursion on the Farmrail, Grainbelt, Hollis & Eastern, and Wichita, Tillman, & Jackson

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Yes, there are mountains in Oklahoma, as seen here near Quartz Mountain State Park on Friday, November 1, 2002.

Soutwestern Oklahoma also features a number of large streams, generally feeding into the nearby Red River.

Our train heads north through Lugert Cut, long a fixture on this Orient line.

The train halts for a runby at the north end of Lugert Cut.

On the second day of the trip, Farmrail 4079 pulls the train through Lugert Cut in southwestern Oklahoma.

Farmrail power was featured on the train for most of the 600-plus miles of the trip.

Williams Peak, King Mountain, and Mount Lugert appear in the background as Farmrail hauls the train on Friday.

All photos this page by Bart or Sarah Jennings

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