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Identifier: p01261
Title:
Stoutland, Missouri Depot
Creator: Howard D. Killam
Description:
The railroad depot at Stoutland, Missouri, used by the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company. Stoutland, on the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad (formerly the Atlantic & Pacific), 171 miles from St. Louis, is a shipping-point for a large portion of Camden County. It was named in honor of Captain Stout, one of the directors of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. It is also situated on the line between Camden

and Laclede Counties, a portion of it lying in each. (—State of Missouri, History of Camden County, pp. 333-334.)
County:
Camden
Division:
Eastern

Subdivision: Lebanon
Branch:
Unknown
Station:
168
Freight:
799
Milepost:
167.5 miles from Kansas City
Date Original:
June 2, 1957
Source:
4 x 6 inch black and white photograph


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