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  • Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company - Indiana

    Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company - Indiana Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Compan - Indiana newitem37393026 (You Save: 38%) PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Beautifully engraved certificate from the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company issued in 1966. This historic document was printed by the Security Columbian Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical woman with a Diesel and Steam Engine her sides. This item has the printed signatures of the

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  • Defunct Indiana Railroads: Penn Central Transportation Company, List of...

    Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Penn Central Transportation Company, List of Indiana Railroads, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, Pennsylvania Railroad, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Norfolk and Western Railway, New York Central Railroad, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern

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  • Historic Railroad Map of Illinois - 1898

    Historic Railroad Map of Illinois - 1898 > Illinois State Railroads 1898 Railroad Map of Illinois prepared under the direction of, and presented by, Cicero J. Lindly, Chas. S. Rannells, and Jos. E. Bidwell, railroad and warehouse commissioners, April 1, 1898. This detailed railroad map of Illinois, published in 1898 by Rand, McNally & Co., shows drainage, counties, parks, cities and towns. An inset map of Chicago is at the lower left. Railroads are clearly labeled and coded by color. Features references to

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  • Shortlines of Indiana & Michigan BLU-RAY

    The Midwest is populated with a varied mix of interesting shortline railroads. In this production, C. Vision cameras travel to Indiana and the lower peninsula of Michigan to bring you the fascinating activity of several shortlines within these two states. A few independent shortlines were documented before takeover by operator Genesee & Wyoming, and we will include action from Michigan carriers Marquette Rail as well as the last stand of the GE fleet operating on the Huron Eastern. Smaller bulk

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  • Historic Railroad Map of Indiana - 1850

    Historic Railroad Map of Indiana - 1850 > Indiana State Railroads 1850 Railroad Map of Indiana by Col. Thomas Armstrong Morris, civil engineer, published in 1850. By 1850, Indiana’s overspending, to enhance its own livability since earning statehood, had overburdened state financing and it was being forced into bankruptcy. The state had heavily invested in the building of roads, canals, railroads, and an expensive state-run school system. Voters officially enacted a new state constitution in 1851. The goal

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  • Shortlines of Indiana & Michigan DVD

    The Midwest is populated with a varied mix of interesting shortline railroads. In this production, C. Vision cameras travel to Indiana and the lower peninsula of Michigan to bring you the fascinating activity of several shortlines within these two states. A few independent shortlines were documented before takeover by operator Genesee & Wyoming, and we will include action from Michigan carriers Marquette Rail as well as the last stand of the GE fleet operating on the Huron Eastern. Smaller bulk

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  • Pentrex "Today's Chicago Railroads" DVD

    Pentrex "Today's Chicago Railroads" DVD Internet Trains Price: $26.96 Item Number: PEN-TCR-DVD Chapter Menu provides instant access to program segments 2 Hours In Color with Hi-Fi Sound and Narration Full -screen (4x3) Format No region code; can be played in NTSC DVD players worldwide Packaged in Sturdy Vinyl Clamshell Case Chicago, 1991! The country's railroading capital, with a network of rail lines unlike anywhere else in the nation. The Fallen Flags of today - Burlington Northern; Chicago & North

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  • Todays Chicago Railroads

    Chicago, 1991! The country's railroading capital, with a network of rail lines unlike anywhere else in the nation. The Fallen Flags of today - Burlington Northern; Chicago & North Western; Chicago Central; Conrail; Grand Trunk Western; Illinois Central; Santa Fe; Soo Line; and Wisconsin Central - were then still independent, operating entities. Other railroads plied the lines there as well: Belt Railway of Chicago; Chicago Rail Link; Chicago Short Line; Chicago, South Shore & South Bend; CSX Transportation;

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  • Shortlines of Indiana and Michigan Blu-ray

    Shortlines of Indiana and Michigan Blu-ray The Midwest is populated with a varied mix of interesting shortline railroads. In this production, C. Vision cameras travel to Indiana and the lower peninsula of Michigan to bring you the fascinating activity of several shortlines within these two states. A few independent shortlines were documented before takeover by operator Genesee & Wyoming, and we will include action from Michigan carriers Marquette Rail as well as the last stand of the GE fleet operating on

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  • Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway

    > Product Page > Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Paul W. Jaenicke, Ralph A. Eisenbrandt Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway In 1884, the Joliet, Aurora and Northern Railroad was formed to connect the growing industrial cities of Joliet and Aurora. This system evolved into the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway. By 1893, it encircled Chicago from Waukegan, via Joliet, to Porter, Indiana. The railroad developed into a prosperous subsidiary of U.S. Steel at the beginning of the 20th century. It primarily served

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  • Photo of Railroad Car - Coal (AOO-971-CT)

    AA-1419-CT Railroad Car - Coal RAILROAD Chicago, Eastern Illinois Railroad 332 South Michigan, Avenue Chicago Illinois Press Telephone Superior 7, 6670 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ANTICIPATION NEW COAL, BUSINESS FROM INDIANA AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

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  • Chicago & Eastern Illinois in Color

    Chicago & Eastern Illinois in Color Item # 0R05411 Detailed Description DeRouin . Lavishly illustrated, this pictorial history follows the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad during its service from the late 1940s to its 1970 split when the Missouri Pacific and Louisville and Nashville railroads assumed ownership. You'll view the stops along the line, tour the Saint Louis subdivision, compare diesel locomotives, and examine the passenger cars and freight equipment of this railroad that once served the

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  • Chicago & Eastern Illinois in Color

    Chicago & Eastern Illinois in Color Item # 0R05411 Detailed Description DeRouin . Lavishly illustrated, this pictorial history follows the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad during its service from the late 1940s to its 1970 split when the Missouri Pacific and Louisville and Nashville railroads assumed ownership. You'll view the stops along the line, tour the Saint Louis subdivision, compare diesel locomotives, and examine the passenger cars and freight equipment of this railroad that once served the

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  • Shortlines of Indiana and Michigan DVD

    Shortlines of Indiana and Michigan DVD The Midwest is populated with a varied mix of interesting shortline railroads. In this production, C. Vision cameras travel to Indiana and the lower peninsula of Michigan to bring you the fascinating activity of several shortlines within these two states. A few independent shortlines were documented before takeover by operator Genesee & Wyoming, and we will include action from Michigan carriers Marquette Rail as well as the last stand of the GE fleet operating on the

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  • Today's Chicago Railroads DVD

    Today's Chicago Railroads DVD Today's Chicago Railroads DVD 1991 PXTCR Description Today 's Chicago Railroads DVD Chicago, 1991! The country's railroading capital, with a network of rail lines unlike anywhere else in the nation. The Fallen Flags of today-Burlington Northern; Chicago & North Western; Chicago Central; Conrail; Grand Trunk Western; Illinois Central; Santa Fe; Soo Line; and Wisconsin Central-were then still independent, operating entities. Other railroads plied the lines there as well: Belt

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  • Regional Railroads of the Midwest

    Description Product Details Regional Railroads of Midwest (Railroad Color History) Steve Glischinski Description : Regional Railroads of the Midwest Railroad Color History By Steve Glischinski. 160 pages, 8.5x11, cloth with dust jacket, 200+ photos, system maps, index. "They may not be the biggest or the best known, but regional carriers are the heart of the American rail system--and of the Midwest, whose people and places, industry and goods, they connect in one vast network. These regional railroads of

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  • Classic Chicago Railroading (VHS

    > Classic Chicago Railroading (VHS video) Classic Chicago Railroading (VHS video ) FFS02 Product Description Explore the classic years of Chicago railroading as Pentrex introduces the second in its Fallen Flags Series. This incredible compilation is based on 8mm color films taken by noted railroad photographer Dick Wallin during the 1960s and '70s. Featured are these historic railroads: Enjoy rare scenes filmed during the changing seasons at the best train watching locations throughout the Chicago area

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  • Monon Railroad

    The Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railroad was known affectionately as the Monon. Monon is derived from Potawatomi Indian words that sounded to the first settlers like metamonong or monong and seemingly meant "tote", or "swift running". In 1882, the railroad started printing "The Monon Route" on company maps, later naming itself "Monon - The Hoosier Line" on timetables, letterheads, and rolling stock. Most Midwestern railroads built after the 1830's connected Eastern cities with the newly settled West.

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  • Package-DVD-Rails Across Indiana (7 PAK)

    Package-DVD-Rails Across Indiana (7 PAK) Introducing Volume 5 of our very popular CSX series... covers action between Evansville, Indiana and Chicago, ILL. Very fast paced action at the Ohio River bridge, night action at the Evansville yard; Vincennes, Indiana; Terra Haute, and more. See units from UP, Soo, GTW, Amtrak, EJ&E, Conrail and more! Approx. 59 Minutes Conrail 4-Indianapolis to St. Louis Conrail hosts plenty of foreign power in this action video. This video highlights operations along The Big

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  • GREAT CENTRAL RAILROAD ROUTE MAP BY THOMAS AND LATHROPS 1856

    GREAT CENTRAL RAILROAD ROUTE MAP BY THOMAS AND LATHROPS 1856 Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Atlantic Ocean, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnestoa, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illionois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Canada, Michigan Central Railroad, Great Western Railway, Chicago Fulton & Iowa Line, Burlington & Quincy R.R., Chicago Alton & St. Luis R.R., Illinois

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  • IOWA AND MISSOURI STATE LINE RAILROAD BY COLTON 1868

    IOWA AND MISSOURI STATE LINE RAILROAD BY COLTON 1868 the states of Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. Also shown are the Iowa and Missouri State Line R.R., Sioux City and Pacific R.R., Dubuque And Pacific R.R., Union Pacific R.R., Midland Pacific Railway, Pacific and Missouri River R.R., North Missouri R.R., St. Louis, Alton and Chicago R.R., Jacksonville, Alton and St.

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  • Railroad Maps Representing Lines from D to K on CD

    Danville, Olney, and Ohio River Railroad . Map of the Danville, Olney & Ohio River Railroad and its connections. Map of the north-central states showing drainage, cities and towns, township and county boundaries, coal fields in Illinois, and the railroad network with emphasis on the main line. G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co. CREATED/PUBLISHED New York, 1881. Scale 1:1,267,200. Duluth and Winnipeg Railway Company . Map showing the route of the Duluth & Winnipeg Railroad and its connections. p shows the

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  • FRANKFORT /COLFAX /MICHIGANTOWN /TIPTON INDIANA (IN) BY BASKIN 1876

    FRANKFORT /COLFAX /MICHIGANTOWN /TIPTON INDIANA (IN) BY BASKIN 1876 insets of the towns of Frankfort, Tipton, Colfax, Michigantown, Windfall and Rossville along with their additions and subdivisions separated by color and property line. Some landmarks of interest are the Havana Rantoul and Munich Eastern Proposed Railroad, city cemeteries, parks, and named streets. Frankfort, Tipton, Colfax, Michigantown, Windfall and Rossville. Tipton and Clinton Counties, Indiana (IN ) 1 FRANKFORT /COLFAX /MICHIGANTOWN

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  • Railroad Model Craftsman-1985

    Railroad Model Craftsman-1985 - Perspective: The Sperry car, 1985 calendar and railroad rule book, Boxcar in the basement, Boomer trail - Miles Hale's prize-winning C&S roundhouse, Beginning modeling: track basics, Learning from the Oil Creek: trackwork, Mountain Valley R.R., RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Logging Sprinkler car, Oak Oak, Logging sleds for the Lombard hauler, The Ephraim & Pestigo gets a 2-8-0 or building an On30 Consolidation, An American classic: the Sears home, Modeling boxes and crates,

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  • TODAY'S CHICAGO RAILROADS DVD

    TODAY'S CHICAGO RAILROADS DVD SKU: 056194 Category: Books & Video >> DVD Scale: No Scale Roadname: VARIOUS Manufacturer : Pentrex -Publishing Stock Status: Yes Our Price $26.82 Chicago, 1991! The country's railroading capital, with a network of rail lines unlike anywhere else in the nation. The Fallen Flags of today â€" Burlington Northern; Chicago & North Western; Chicago Central; Conrail; Grand Trunk Western; Illinois Central; Santa Fe; Soo Line; and Wisconsin Central â€" were then still independent,

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  • UNITED STATES RAILROADS (US) BY COLTON 1883

    UNITED STATES RAILROADS (US) BY COLTON 1883 the states of Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Indian Territory, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Maine. Rail lines shown are the Pittsburgh & Connells, Pittsburg Cincinnati & St. Louis, Pittsburgh & Fort Wayne, Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati & Indianapolis, Cleveland & Toledo, Sandusky Mansfield & Newark, Sandusky Dayton & Cincinnati, Toledo

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