Georgetown Railroad

1002 1003 1004
GRR 1002 1003 1004
photo by: Mel Lawrence
- collection of Mark Laundry

Georgetown, TX - June 6, 1971
1002

VO1000
c/n 64414, b/d 8/1942

- built for US War Dept. as #7455
- to Georgetown RR as #1002, 1962
1003
- see below
1004

VO1000
c/n 71741, b/d 3/1945

- built for the Cotton Belt (SSW) as #1009
- to Georgetown RR as #1004, 1967
- to Texas Export RR as #1004(10) [12]


GRR 1003
photo by: Mel Lawrence
- collection of Mark Laundry

Georgetown, TX - June 6, 1971
1003

VO1000
c/n 64435, b/d 12/1942

- built for the Cotton Belt (SSW) as #1002
- to Georgetown RR as #1003, 1963
- used for parts, scrapped 1969


GRR 1005
1005

S12
c/n 75191, b/d 6/1952

- built for MKT as #1213(45)
- to Georgetown RR as #1005, 1969
photo by: Unknown
- collection of Mark Laundry

Round Rock, TX - March, 1978


GRR 1006
photo by: Unknown
- collection of Mark Laundry

Round Rock, TX - March, 1978
1006

S12
c/n 75512, b/d 12/1951

- built for MKT as #1209(41)
- to Georgetown RR as #1006, 1970
- to Texas Crushed Stone as #1006

GRR 1007
photo by: Sheldon L. Perry
- collection of Mark Laundry
Georgetown, TX - Feb. 17, 1996
1007

S12
c/n 75193, b/d 6/1952

- built for MKT as #1215(47)
- to Georgetown RR as #1007, 1970
- last reported seen, 2006
GRR 1007
photo by: Phil Duff
Georgetown, TX - August 2004


  • see Texas Crushed Stone #511 for ex. GRR #1008


    GRR 1009
    photo by: Unknown
    - collection of Mark Laundry

    Georgetown, TX
    1009

    DS4-4-1000(NA)
    c/n 72798, b/d 8/1946

    - built for MKT as #1003(25)
    - EMD repowered, 1960
    - to Georgetown RR as #1009, 1975
    - reported scrapped Apr. 2012
    GRR 1009
    photo by: Brian Hadley
    Houston,TX - Jan. 14, 2008

    data source: bibliography [3], [11] and [12] part8


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