The age of steam may be long gone, but in St. Louis there is a link to that bygone era. Frisco 1522 may be a static display now, but until recently was a fully operational steam locomotive. In this program, you’ll see 1522, (which is a 1926-built 4-8-2 Mountain-Type engine) leading the employee Appreciation Special for the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway, and then pulling a trip at the National Railway Historical Society convention in St. Louis. While on the Employee Appreciation Special 1522 puts on a great show as she pulls the train from Tulsa to Oklahoma City, then on to Ft. Worth.
Features: *Running on her old Frisco rails in Missouri, *Pulling the Employee Appreciation Special in Oklahoma and Texas, *Pulling the NRHS convention special from St. Louis to West Quincy and return, *Plenty of scenes where the locomotive is really working.