Perkins is found in the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Northern Division Employee Time Table No. 10 dated August 18, 1935. Perkins was station I-24 at milepost 23.76. It had a 20 car siding. In 1935 terms that was 900 feet long, as the then standard car was 45 feet in length. There was a mail crane at Perkins. It was a flagstop for passenger trains #5 and #6. Nearby Randles had a day/night telegraph and long lap sidings to meet trains.
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Northern Division Employee Time Table No. 10 dated August 18, 1935
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Perkins, Missouri
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