A short while later a pair of F7s rolled through town with a string of empty box cars. They were probably headed up to Kansas for grain loading.
I chased the freight to Wynnewood where I got some more video:
|Gene Autry from the Ardmore (south) end, with the airpark in the distance. The main track is the centre track,|
and is sitting on 3mm cork roadbed. The passing siding on the aisle side and the house track on the wall side
are both on 1.5mm cork roadbed.
|Gene Autry looking generally south. The flatcar is located at the 'team track' area and the covered hopper|
is at the feed mill.
|This is the revised trackwork at the airpark. The box cars are sitting on one of the two sidings.|
|Airpark siding in 1965 (image from Historic Aerials)|
|The track arrangement at the airpark. The front track is the main, then the passing siding, and the |
stub siding is the airpark siding.