Street Railways of Eureka

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Other publications include reprints of the multitude of B&O documents that have been saved throughout the years; the Society also produces an outstanding calendar each year. An ice railway was laid each winter until 1883. 1880 - The Grand Trunk Railway extends its line to Chicago, thus providing a through route from the American Midwest to the St. In 1980, the Chessie System merged with the Family Lines System to become the CSX Corporation. Competitive subscriptions among local governments determined its Tennessee route.

Pages: 34

Publisher: Wildside Press (November 30, 2011)

ISBN: 1434436438

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