FYI, the June issue of Trains contains a map of the B&M as of 1937, together with locations of facilities (wyes, turntables, tanks, etc.) and trackage control method (CTC, train order, block signal).
Steam wrote:A former B&M employee who is a locomotive engineer now working for the T called me yesterday to tip me off about this map, which he pointed out is riddled with errors. He immediately contacted the map's creator and Kalmbach Publishing to tell them about the many mistakes. What action they will take is unclear.This has been a sore point with me for some time, I have seen countless
Unfortunately, once in print, things take on a permanent legitimacy. Later corrections often are not noted or even seen by most people who have studied the original effor-filled document.
Anyone undertaking to create such a long-lived reference work should take extreme care to get it right before commiting it to print.