BUTTERFIELD TO SPARKMAN (RI SUBDIV 37A)
by John Matrow
Rock Island Technical Society
from 1915 maps donated by Ed Seay, Jr.

Distance 
in feet

     0          Butterfield, junction with Hot Sprgs. Br.
   300          register booth from Mesa 5-57
  1832          Wye to Hot Sprgs. Br.
  3224=3173     correction
  5253          MP 1
 10464          MP 2
 15770          MP 3
 16305=16308    correction
 17300          Rockport
 20971          MP 4
 22000          Johnson Heights
 25244          spur to MoP and other tracks, Malvern depot
 25940          start 3 more tracks
 26452          MP 5
 28159          end 3 tracks
 29800          St. L. I. M. & S. Xing
 31000          Abco
 31702          MP 6
 33191          switch to Sturgis Bro. Lbr. Co.
 37046          MP 7
 42268          MP 8
 47561          MP 9
 52868          MP 10
 55745          M. & F. V. Ry. underpass
 58080=58070    correction
 58123          MP 11
 62500          Durian marked out
 63357          MP 12
 68367          MP 13
 73912          MP 14
 74500          Landers
 75800          M. & F. V. Ry. Xing
 79190          MP 15
 84524          MP 16
 89764          MP 17
 95030          MP 18
 96685          Rolla
100253          MP 19
100310=100303   correction
105557          MP 20
110954          MP 21
112400          old RR Xing
116143=116135   correction
116287          MP 22
121409          MP 23
125500          Willow
126893          MP 24
131964          MP 25
131975=131967   correction
137209          MP 26
142386          MP 27
147770          MP 28
153180          MP 29
155900          Rockwell
158471          MP 30
163687          MP 31
168042          Manning, depot removed
168980          MP 32
174201          MP 33
179504          MP 34
184772          MP 35, Dunns Spur marked out
190104          MP 36
195327          MP 37
200709          MP 38
205969          MP 39
210520          switch to Sparkman Hardwood Co.
211228          MP 40
211400          Sparkman depot
216508          MP 41
221766          MP 42
227004          MP 43


35 telegraph poles per mile
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