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Name :   Wayne Beck - Webmaster
City :   Pine Bluff, AR
Email Adr :   wbeck@email.com
Comments :   Welcome to the new CBRHS Guestbook
Name :   Dale Kohutek
City :   Crossett, Ar.
Email Adr :   kdkohute@arkansas.net
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Name :   guy oliver
City :   kingwood, texas
Email Adr :   olivergb@argolink.net
Comments :   Retired 1979 as General Sales Mgr. St. Louis
Name :   Jerryu Parker
City :   commerce city
Email Adr :   bearsp9@aol.copm
Comments :   first time here thank you for leting me look
Name :   Jim Hale
City :   Big Bear Lake, CA
Email Adr :   jbarhale@earthlink.net
Comments :   Sent a separate e-mail re info on death of GFather in an accident on the Cotton Belt abt 1900.
Name :   Charles D. Tipton
City :   Garland, TX 75043
Email Adr :   chasdtip@juno.com
Comments :   My grandfather and four of his five brothers were engineers on the Cotton Belt in north East Texas in the late 1800's and up until 1943 when my grandfather died.
Name :   Neil Kuehner
City :   Hot Springs Village, AR
Email Adr :   nkuehner@ipa.net
Comments :   Started with Cotton Belt on July 3, 1962 in St. Louis. Transferred to Dallas in 1978 and retired in Feb of 2000.
Name :   Jerry W. Matlock
City :   Pine Bluff, AR. 71603
Email Adr :   sjmatlock@msn.com
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Name :   Ken Tarvin
City :   Cincinnati
Email Adr :   ktarvin1@msn.com
Comments :   I'm surprised to learn of the Cotton Belt webpage, but very interested since my years with the Cotton Belt were the most enjoyable ones in my railroading career.
Name :   H.G. Stiver
City :   Council Grove, Ks
Email Adr :   hgs@cgtelco.net
Comments :   the only RR in the usa
Name :   Stephen Williams
City :   Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Email Adr :   slwilliams85@earthlink.net
Comments :   My grandfather, better known as "Bigun" was with the Cotton Belt until his retirement in 1976. He was a Yard Master. I remember as a tot, he took me up into the Hump Tower to let me watch the box cars being switched to the various tracks in the yard. What
Name :   alvin russell
City :   hendersonville,n.c
Email Adr :   arussell@brinet.com
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Name :   Elnora C. Wylie
City :   Pine Bluff
Email Adr :   Elnora.ham@mail.state.ar.us
Comments :   Great site. Very informative!
Name :   Dixie Barger
City :   Wadesville Indiana
Email Adr :   wbarger@tds.net
Comments :   My grandfather William David Hollis worked for the Cottonbelt RR for a number of years until he died in april 1907. I tried once to find out what Cottonbelt employee records might be available with no luck. If anyone knows of any employee information avai
Name :   Jeff Lehigh
City :   Fairfield ,CA.
Email Adr :   jdlehigh78@msn.com
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Name :   Tom Stephenson
City :   Quitman,TX.
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Name :   Tom Stephenson
City :   Quitman,TX.
Email Adr :   tdstepen@peoplescom.net
Comments :   My Grandfather William Amos Stephenson, 1888-1972, and his son and my dad,Marvin William Stephenson, 1913-1998, worked for the Cotton Belt Railroad out of Commerce,Texas. My grandfather was a clerk and my dad finished his forty year career as a conducto
Name :   Fred A. Brule
City :   Gainesville
Email Adr :   fablab@swbell.net
Comments :   I am engoying this site very much.
Name :   Billy Adams
City :   Pine Bluff
Email Adr :   bcadams@libertybay.com
Comments :   This is a great site. Keep up the good work..
Name :   LACRESHA
City :   GOBER TEXAS
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Comments :   I WORKED AT A CAFE IN BAILEY CALLED COTTON BELT cafe
Name :   David Hahs
City :   Troy, Il.
Email Adr :   davidhahs@norcom2000.com
Comments :   Would love to here from anyone that worked at the E. St. Louis, Ill. Valley Yard. Also, would love to here from anyone in Illmo-Scott City.
Name :   havis nutt
City :   Fort Worth
Email Adr :   junutt@hotmail.com
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Name :   Sheri
City :   Kingsland
Email Adr :   sherib71@hotmail.com
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Name :   ran moore
City :   stephens, AR
Email Adr :   cowboy8192000@yahoo.com
Comments :   i love all yall for the web site but yall need new photos of the 819 and 336 locomotives i know that yal are buesy and all but still i think that the 819 and 336 is the last of their breed of locomotives and yal also need to have photoes of the 819 and 33
Name :   Frank M. Firth
City :   Ottawa Canada
Email Adr :   fs.firth@sympatico.ca
Comments :   I am a train history fan and when ever I can I read as mush history as possible.
Name :   Stan Hayes
City :   Bullhead City, AZ
Email Adr :   gabbyh1@ctaz.com
Comments :   Well done site. Would like to be able to access photo archives.
Name :   Stewart Shannon Stubbs, Sr.
City :   Kernersville, NC
Email Adr :   sstubbs@triad.rr.com
Comments :   Great site!
Name :   Beth Pow
City :   Spartanburg
Email Adr :   powspeare@prodigy.net
Comments :   Trains were very much a part of my childhood. My parents did not own a car until I was out of college. My grandparents lived 300 miles from us, and the annual trip to visit them--via train, of course--was the year's big event. I'd really love to know if t
Name :   Charlene Shepherd
City :   Pine Bluff
Email Adr :   dhacary@hotmail.com
Comments :   enjoyed looking at the trains, will possibly check out more next time.
Name :   laura ruffin
City :   va beach ,va
Email Adr :   sweetnlow_20670
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Name :   Van Dunn
City :   Wichita, Kansas
Email Adr :   van.dunn@worldnet.att.net
Comments :   My dad was first a Firemen then became an Engineer in the later part of his life. His death was in 1960. Just attempting to look for information on him.
Name :   Richard West
City :   New Rochelle NY
Email Adr :   Ric4030@msn.com
Comments :   Interesting stories
Name :   Georgia Stevens
City :   Pleasant Hill, MO
Email Adr :   willg32ma@aol.com
Comments :   Trying to contact John D. Mahaffey. That was my grandfather's name. He was a railroad man and so was his father William W. Mahaffey. Thanks
Name :   JEFF dAVIDSON
City :   OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
Email Adr :   FEDUP2DA@HOTMAIL.COM
Comments :   My Father worked for the Cotton Belt Railroad for 43 years, some was in Illmo,Mo,until 1954, then moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas. Have many good memories of riding the trains when I was little and the sounds of the CLICLITY CLACK would certainly put y
Name :   Lloyd Spivey
City :   Hartford, KY
Email Adr :   spivey@kih.net
Comments :   Continuing improvements to web site are great. Keep up the good work.
Name :   David Poore
City :   Pine Bluff, AR.
Email Adr :   daspoore@arkansas.net
Comments :   Whup em up!
Name :   John W.Ballard
City :   Greenville Texas
Email Adr :   ballardins@niinet.net
Comments :   I started with the Cotton Belt 1961-1964 as fireman.Came back in 1970 till 1998 .It was the most enjoyable time of life working with and along side the men &women of Commerce Texas.THANKS
Name :   Stephen Mashburn
City :   Tulsa, OK
Email Adr :   Mashco51@aol.com
Comments :   I have been searching for information on a relative John Wesely Gunn. Worked for the Cotton Belt and lived around Gatesville Texas. He was injured in a derailment in 1918 and as the story goes he was on a train hauling bodies of victems of the Spanish Flu
Name :   Wesley Lewellen
City :   Omaha ,Ne
Email Adr :   wes251@home.com
Comments :   My father started with Cotton belt in 1972 in commerce. And is currently with UP as well as the rest of my family. I am looking for an Cotton Belt Jacket A manger here In Omaha had one and would love to buy one for My father for Christmas.
Name :   Ken Woodfield
City :   Evans, Georgia
Email Adr :   vwoodfield@home.com
Comments :   My Grandfather, Mike O'Cain; Great Uncle, Burrel Page; and my Father, Burrell Woodfield all worked for the Cotton Belt. You have a very good site.
Name :   Jim L Ferguson
City :   McKenna
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Comments :   Past member of Tyler Tap chapter. Tyler Tx.
Name :   amanda sharp
City :   nashville,tn
Email Adr :   rolltide80@home.com
Comments :   Just found this site. I am so proud of it. My grandfather is Emil Mitchell. He helped build the 819.
Name :   Gary Powell
City :   Temple, Texas
Email Adr :   powgd@aol.com
Comments :   I grew up at Gatesville, Texas, on the west end of the Cotton Belt. I am esp. interested in the line west of Waco, incl. the line that extended west of Gatesville to Hamilton, Stephenville and Comanche (the Stephenville North & South Texas Ry). I study
Name :   Steve Irons
City :   Dana Point, CA
Email Adr :   medifx@home.com
Comments :   My great grandfather, Edwin Ramsey Kendrick, was an engineer on the Cotton Belt Railroad between Tyler, TX and Roswell, NM in the late 1800s.
Name :   Raymond Brown
City :   Redford , Michigan
Email Adr :   astra571@yahoo.com
Comments :   My grandfather, Daniel Brown, was a fireman on the Blytheville, Leachville & Arkansas Southern in 1909.
Name :   harold g. oliver
City :   kingwood
Email Adr :   guyoliver3@excite.com
Comments :   changes have made it more confusing
Name :   Larry Kelso
City :   Benton, AR
Email Adr :   kelso1700@msn.com
Comments :   Thanks, folks, for all the preservation work you do! Great site
Name :   Linda Bishop Cooper
City :   Carrollton, Texas
Email Adr :   rlcooper@peoplepc.com
Comments :   In Commerce, Texas my grandfather B.E. Martin was an engineer for the Cotton Belt in the 50's and 60's. My father, Charles A.Bishop was a brakeman and conductor during the 50's 60's & 70's. The Cotton Belt is such a part of my memories of my childhood and
Name :   terry phillips
City :   portland, oregon
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Name :   Bart Behrendt
City :   Waukesha, WI
Email Adr :   bcbehrendt@msn.com
Comments :   Delighted to find this site. Kiik forward to hearing from any and all.Will enjoy viewing the subject matter. Thand for setting this up.
  
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