Sapulpa Trolley and Rail
701 East Dewey St.
Sapulpa, OK 74067
While in Sapulpa, you can also visit the Sapulpa Trolley and Rail Museum (STAR), an organization dedicated to restoring the Maggie M, a Birney safety car built circa 1919 that ran in service on TSU predecessor Oklahoma Union Railway. The car was donated to STAR in 1997 and was cosmetically restored by museum volunteers. Check the web site for hours of operation.Tulsa Port of Catoosa
5350 Cimarron Road
Catoosa, OK 74015www.tulsaport.comRemarks:
Five miles from Tulsa, the Port of Catoosa - the country's most inland port - lies at the head of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, a 445-mile waterway linking Tulsa with the Mississippi River. Five major terminals handle commodities such as petroleum, chemicals, molasses, fertilizer, steel, grain, and containers. Currently, 50 businesses lease space on the port's 2,000 acres.
The port has its own railroad, with two switch engines serving customers on 13 miles of railroad track. BNSF and South Kansas & Oklahoma serve the port directly, providing outside rail connections.Radio frequencies:
464.600, 469.600 - Ch. 1 Administration
464.957 - Ch. 2 Intra-plant switcher