Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in Arkansas

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Turntable OnlyEureka Springs RR Eureka Springs & North Arkansas RailwayEureka SpringsARUSAOriginal turntable moved to Harrison in 1912 and later scrapped. This turntable acquired from SLSF, Fort Smith.
Roundhouse OnlySt. Louis South Western rail yardJonesboroARUSA
Visual Remains OnlyChicago, Rock Island, & Pacific abandonedLittle RockARUSA
Roundhouse Only51887Hot Springs unknown, storage?MalvernARUSA Built as narrow gauge roundhouse.
Visual Remains OnlyMissouri Pacific Union Pacific yardNewportARUSAoutline of foundation
Visual Remains OnlyMissouri Pacific Union Pacific Jenks ShopsNorth Little RockARUSAFoundation faintly visible on storage pad SW of Jenks shops.
Turntable OnlyUnion Pacific Union Pacific yardNorth Little RockARUSATurntable by itself, no visible signs of roundhouse. Perhaps moved from another location.
Visual Remains OnlyMissouri Pacific AbandonedParagouldARUSAfoundation partially visible, at the end of Roundhouse Road
Visual Remains Only24St Louis - South Western Arkansas Railroad MuseumPine BluffARUSA
Visual Remains OnlyMissouri Pacific Union Pacific yardVan BurenARUSA

Statistics for Roundhouses in Arkansas

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Special thanks to Mark Mason who used the USGS Historical Topographic Maps to locate many of the roundhouse remains shown in this database.


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