Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company
The Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company (TSE) category contains records created by, managed by, or related to the TSE. The railroad was founded in 1900 by T. L. L. Temple to serve Southern Pine Lumber Company logging operations. It provided passenger service from Diboll to Lufkin until 1942, and it ran its last freight cars over its line in 1996. Today it serves Union Pacific as a switching and storage station.
- Employee Records
- Legal Records
- Passenger Tariffs
- Time Tables
- History of Engine 13
- Texas Southeastern Field Notes