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Moscow, Camden and San Augustine Railroad Photographs, 1956-1960 (Mallory Hope Ferrell Collection)

Mallory Hope Ferrell's Moscow, Camden and San Augustine Railroad Photographs is a small collection of reproduced prints depicting some of the railroad’s engines and the Moscow and Camden railroad station from 1956-1960. The overall collection contains imagines taken from several different photographers including Fred M. Springer and Joe R. Thompson. For the sake of clarification, the following images displayed are only by Mallory Hope Ferrell.


MC&SA Engine 6, 1959

MC&SA Engine 6, 1959

Moscow, Camden, and San Augustine Railroad engine 6 waiting for crews to finish loading lumber on a flat car.  This photograph was taken on April 26, 1959, the last day this engine operated.  It was replaced by W. T. Carter & Brother engine 14.

MC&SA Engine 6, front view, 1959

MC&SA Engine 6, front view, 1959

An front view of the Moscow, Camden and San Augustine Railroad engine 6 on April 26, 1959.

W.T. Cater and Brother Engine 14, Camden Depot, 1960

W.T. Cater and Brother Engine 14, Camden Depot, 1960

W. T. Carter & Brother Lumber Company engine 14, a 2-8-2 Mikado, switching cars near the Camden, Texas depot.    This photograph appears on page 194 of Mallory Hope Ferrell's book Slow Trains Down South...Deep in Dixie Volume II. 

W.T. Carter and Brother, Rusted Engines, 1959

W.T. Carter and Brother, Rusted Engines, 1959

W. T. Carter and Brother Lumber Company derelict locomotives near the engine shop in Camden, Texas.  Depicted is engine 3, a Shay locomotive, engine 5, a 4-6-0, and engine 1, a 2-6-0.  The lumber company kept old engines for parts.  Taken on April 26, 1959.  This photograph appears in Mallory Hope Ferrell's book Slow Trains Down South on page 199.