Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway
The Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway was among several short-line railroads which in the first half of the 20th century extended like the spokes of a wheel from the hub city of Wichita Falls, Texas. Its principal owners were the entrepreneurs Joseph A. Kemp and his brother-in-law, Frank Kell.

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Wichita, Tillman and Jackson Railway - Wikipedia, the …
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WICHITA FALLS AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY | The ...
Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway. During the early twentieth century citizens of Wichita Falls sponsored the construction of several short-line ...
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Wichita Falls Timeline 1872-1993
Wichita Falls - The railroad reaches Wichita Falls, opening the door for new ... Oklahoma Railway, and the Wichita Falls and Northwestern made the town a.
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UP: Wichita, Tillman & Jackson Railway Company, Inc. WTJR #899
The Altus line is a former Missouri-Kansas-Texas branch built by the Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway between 1906 and 1909. WF&NW came under ...
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Right of way and track map, the Wichita Falls and Northwestern ...
Get this from a library! Right of way and track map, the Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway of Texas : operated by the Wichita and Northwestern Railway of ...
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[Yard and station map Wichita Falls] : The Portal to Texas History
Railroad Map north of Plum Creek to Madison and Jefferson Street with details of the railroad ... Creator(s): Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway of Texas.
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Abandoned Rails: The Beaver, Meade and Englewood Railroad
Not only would it connect to the Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railroad (an MKT subsidiary) at Forgan to the north, but, more importantly, plans called for the ...
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Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway - Snipview
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Bridgehunter.com | Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway
Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway. RTJR Red River Bridge (Wichita County, Texas) Timber stringer bridge over Red River on Railroad Open to traffic.
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The Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway was among several short-line railroads which in the first half of the 20th century extended like the spokes of a wheel ...
Wichita Falls, Texas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wichita Falls is home to Midwestern State University, an accredited 4-year ... was the southern terminus of the defunct Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway, ...
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Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway. During the early twentieth century citizens of Wichita Falls sponsored the construction of several short-line ...
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Oklahoma Railway, and the Wichita Falls and Northwestern made the town a transportation ..... Midwestern University - MU became part of the Texas College &.
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[Yard and station map Wichita Falls] : The Portal to Texas History
Railroad Map north of Plum Creek to Madison and Jefferson Street with details of the railroad yards. Scale [1:4200] ... Scale [1:4,200]. Creator(s): Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway of Texas ... Partner(s): Midwestern State University.
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fr Wichita Falls Railroad Museum ... Wichita Falls, Texas: Midwestern State University Press. .... railroad development, what is now the Historic District was the.
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Wichita Falls and its Urban Design. ... Midwestern State University began life as Wichita Falls Junior College. Population reached its height in the 1950s, when ... Northwestern Railroad; and the Wichita Falls & Oklahoma Railroad. Do you ...
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Katy Northwest: The Story of a Branch Line Railroad
Donovan L. Hofsommer, 1976
By the time the rails reached Forgan, the aggregate length of the Wichita Falls & Northwestern and its antecedents — the WF&NWof T, the Altus, Wichita Falls & Hollis, and the Wichita Falls and Wellington — amounted to 359.3 miles of railroad ...
The Pacific Reporter
1918
said defendant was what Is commonly known as the standard or uniform bill of lading. The shipment moved out of Elk City over the line of the Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway Company to Altus, Okl., at which point the shipment was ...
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Texas. Legislature. Senate, 1913
Warren. the railroad of the Wichita Falls RailJphnson. ... Texas; the railroad of the Wichita Falls 8: Northwestern Railway Company of Texas, extending from the city of Wichita Falls, Wichita county, Texas, to the from Weldon, in Houston county, ...
Wichita Falls
Kenneth E. Hendrickson, 2009
Introduction The site of Wichita Falls in the North Texas grasslands just east of the hundredth meridian was the traditional ... In fact, more railroads had been built, and one of them, the Wichita Falls and Northwestern Railway, was a project of ...
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Oklahoma Corporation Commission, 1916
St. Louis 8: San Francisco Railroad Company ,and Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway Company. . Appearances: For the complainant, I. N. Terrell; for the St. Louis 8: San Francisco R. R. Co., R. A. Kleinschmidt; for the Wichita Falls 8: ...
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WICHITA FALLS AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY | The Handbook of Texas Online| Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)
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Index to the Annual Reports of Railroad Companies, Texas Northeastern Division, Mid-Michigan Railroad Co. - Wichita, Tillman & Jackson Railway Co. | TSLAC
Index to the Annual Reports of Railroad Companies, Texas Northeastern Division, Mid-Michigan Railroad Co. - Wichita, Tillman & Jackson Railway Co. Related Links
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GENERATIONS: WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
According to tradition, the land where the city of Wichita Falls is presently located, in southeast Wichita County, was acquired in a poker game by John A. Scott of Mississippi in 1837.
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Wichita, Tillman and Jackson Railway | World eBook Library | Read eBooks online
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Tillman County Chronicles: Townsite company advertised Frederick, 1907
]]>Sent to the Frederick Leader and the Frederick Press, November 23, 2010Frederick promoted in 1907 advertisingFrederick and southwest Oklahoma was promoted heavily to potential new residents and investors in 1907 by the Oklahoma Townsite Company.The western part of Tillman County was opened for settlement by land lottery in August 1901 and the city of Frederick was organized in 1902. The eastern part of Tillman County was opened to settlement late in 1906.The Oklahoma Townsite Company distributed marketing materials throughout the United States and arranged for interested individuals to visit Frederick and Tillman County.Following is the firm’s 1907 information about the city of Frederick:FREDERICK“The magic city and county seat of Tillman County is Frederick, situated on the Frisco and Wichita Falls & Northwestern railroads, twenty-five miles northeast of Vernon, fifty miles from Wichita Falls, fifty-one miles from Lawton.“Frederick has a population of three thousand or more and is five miles west of the “Big Pasture or Comanche Reservation,” where 3,000 families have located within the past six months.“It is destined to be the best town and the metropolis of this part of Oklahoma.“There are unlimited resources and opportunities in this fast growing and wonderful western city awaiting future development.
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