There is 1 locomotive type boiler, also one vertical for emergency purposes. A tank is used here instead of a well for washing out purposes, 1 boiler washing pump being provided for this purpose. The air supply is from 2 locomotive air pumps. There is 1 blacksmith forge located between pits in the roundhouse.
A small frame building has been provided for Locomotive Foreman’s office and stores combined. A freight car body is used as an oil house. There is also 1 engineer’s bunkroom supplied with lavatories and 16 beds.
Roundhouse is wired for electric lighting, the power being furnished by a Pyle National equipment. Water supply is good.
There are 4 engines stored outside, all of the 4-4-0 type, numbers, 55, 72, 104, 112. The first 3 are held awaiting general repairs and 112 is laid up.
There is a 100 ton 2 pocket coal dock with mechanical hoist, also 1 cinder pit. Sanding arrangement consists of a small frame building with air hoist, sand being dried by stove. This building had recently been wrecked by wind and was awaiting repairs.
Railroad Company pump their own water here.
9 engines are assigned to this point, 3 freight, 3 way-freight, 2 passenger and 1 switcher.
The following engines were inspected in the roundhouse: Engine 822, type 2-8-0, tire wear 1/8". In good condition. Engine 607, type 4-6-0, tire wear 1/16". Good condition.
Foreman Waters is in charge here.
Car Department. Car yard consists of 3 tracks, 1 of which is used for auxiliary outfit. 14 men are employed, including car inspectors. There is ample room between the tracks for an Industrial track, which, however, in not being installed.