Screaming Eagles Over the Prairie and any of
it's derivatives (i.e. Great Plains Rail Gallery) are strictly
a not-for-profit personal website (new photos are
added when my own personal funds allow me to develop another roll of film!).
Images other than mine have been used with the written permission from
copyright owners, or with the knowledge that they may freely be used (within
certain restrictions). If your image appears here without your approval,
please contact me and it will be removed promptly. Unless otherwise noted,
all images and text are copyrighted ©2000-2008 Todd
Greuter. All rights reserved. All other images may not to be reproduced
without permission from the copyright owners.
Copyrights on my site/materials are meant to protect the ownership rights
of the individual photographers and the website Screaming
Eagles, and are not meant to present any kind of control over
Missouri Pacific logos or information. Information itself cannot be copyrighted,
only a specific expression of it. Some of the scanned materials relating
to the Missouri Pacific such as logos may still be copyrighted by successor
Union Pacific R.R.. But most materials, such as maps, postcards, timetable
covers, or ticketbooks published before new copyright rules took effect
in 1978, are public domain. These are free for public distribution.
and photography presented here by others may come with completely different
restrictions than my own photography, and should be respected as such.
Photography by others should be considered copyrighted material and
should not be reproduced in any way without the copyright owner's permission.
of my own -- basically anything with my name on it, T. Greuter, including:
Lee Berglund's photos -- presented on Screaming Eagles and the
Great Plains Rail Gallery may be used and redistributed, unaltered
with the copyright line intact, for non-profit purposes, provided that
beside the image myself and/or Screaming Eagles is credited and linked
back to this page. A note to me stating where an image is being used would
also be nice. I
do ask that you do not use a whole collection of images, such as for a
website. Please obtain permission for any commercial or other use.
words respect the rights of all our contributing photographers and don't
use their work without permission. Otherwise everything else is copyright
by myself, and I extend to everyone freedom to draw on my materials for
any non-profit purpose, as long as we are credited as the source. I
present this information as a reference for fans and historians interested
in the MoPac and its predecessor roads, to be promoted, preserved and
shared online. Please contact me if you have any concerns.
- T. Greuter
With that in mind I'd
like to give special credit and thanks in no particular order to those
who have granted me permission to use their photography and graphics (This
list is extremely outdated, as there is new material being submitted for
posting onsite almost every week). These include:
Brian Paul Ehni (& Allen Rider)
Jay Glenewinkel (& Steve Rude, Robert Pollaed, Robert
Pollard, Steve Schuman)
Paul De Luca
The Robert Runyon Collection, courtesy Center for American History
JD "Tuch" Santucci
William W. Kratville
John C. La Rue, Jr. collection
James E. Gilley collection
Nathan D. Holmes (RailArc)
Michael Petersen (RailArc)
Houser (my collection)
T. J. Golden (my collection)
Train Gifs Station
and many MANY others...
I'd also like to thank
the following for the help, knowledge and research they've supplied:
John La Rue, Jr.
Dennis A. - BNSF special agent
Guys of the Train Cellar
MoPac Man Randy Krause
Finally, to those who's
published works I've relied on heavily for this site:
- The Eagle
Michael M. Bartels
the MOPAC E-Group
TrainWeb.org for providing a web home for Screaming Eagles.
for web addresses. Due to the possibility of inviting spammers, I haven't
supplied any email addresses for the above. Write me if you wish to contact