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Main Line Of Mid America

Author : Carlton Jonathan Corliss
ISBN : UOM:39015021721900
Genre : Railroads United States
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Illinois Central Railroad Main Line Of Mid America

Author : Edwin Sherwood Stowell Sunderland
ISBN : UOM:39015021125052
Genre : Railroads and state
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Illinois Central

Author : Donald J. Heimburger
ISBN : OCLC:1035602817
Genre : Railroads
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Illinois Central

Author : Donald J. Heimburger
ISBN : 0911581359
Genre : Transportation
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All-color book on the largest north-south railroad in the U.S.! Filled with 350 color photos, and featuring easy-to-see 10 x 11" size! Illinois Central: Main Line of Mid-America is a spectacular display of all-color photos of the first land grant railroad. This 10x11" 128-page hardbound book features a laminated cover and is bursting with beautiful photos of steam locomotives beginning with the 2-4-4T, the 0-6-0 and 0-8-0 switchers, the 2-8-2 Mikado workhorses, the 4-8-2 heavy haulers, and some odd locomotives such as the 0-8-2 and 0-10-0s, as well as many others. This exciting book also features diesels including switchers, black and white Geeps, beautiful orange, brown and yellow E passenger units, and the later model GP-20s and GP-35s. Coaches, diners, business cars and Pullman sleepers comprise the fine IC passenger equipment. Also included is suburban electric equipment from both the old era of the Pullman olive-green days and the sleek new bi-level cars. Scenes from on-line towns such as Chicago, St. Louis, Paducah, Clinton, Dubuque, Central City and Centralia are highlighted in a special section called “on the Property.” The glossy enameled text paper of this large format book provides excellent reproduction.

Abraham Lincoln And The Illinois Central Railroad

Author : Carlton J. Corliss
ISBN : 0656775386
Genre : Reference
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Excerpt from Abraham Lincoln and the Illinois Central Railroad: Main Line of Mid-America The Illinois Central may well be proud of Abraham Lin coln - not because he afterward became President of the United States, but because as an attorney he served his client superlatively well. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Chicago And The Illinois Central Railroad

Author : Clifford J. Downey
ISBN : 0738550744
Genre : History
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Headquartered in Chicago, the Illinois Central Railroad was known as the "Main Line of Mid-America," as it was a major railroad cutting through the middle section of the United States with two major routes: the Main Line, which ran south out of Chicago toward New Orleans, and the Western Lines, which ran west toward Iowa. The Illinois Central Railroad had eight major freight yards in Chicago, which in 1937 handled nearly two million freight cars. It was also well known for its passenger service and operated some of the finest passenger trains: the Green Diamond, the all-Pullman Panama Limited, and the City of New Orleans. Chicago and the Illinois Central Railroad covers the railroad's operations within the city of Chicago, plus the outlying suburbs, from the late 1800s to 1960. It explores, through vintage photographs, the passenger and freight trains, suburban trains, locomotives, shops and repair facilities, and people that made the railroad function.

Gary M Milby And Midamerica Energy Inc Securities And Exchange Commission Litigation Complaint

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Classic American Streamliners

Author : Mike Schafer
ISBN : 0760303770
Genre : Transportation
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The streamlined style of the trains of yesteryear reassured passengers that they were the fastest, most-efficient vehicles ever to cheat the wind. Wonderful examples of Classic American Streamliners and the aura of high-speed, high-efficiency travel they created, are included in this book of the same name. These pages include all the great trains from 1933 through the 1960s, a time when people knew these streamliners by name. 150 color illustrations, 50 b&w.

The Indiana Rail Road Company

Author : Christopher Rund
ISBN : 0253346924
Genre : Transportation
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The Indiana Rail Road Company is an extraordinary success story among the scores of independent short line and regional railroads spawned in the wake of railroad deregulation. Christopher Rund chronicles the development of the company, from its origins as part of America's first land grant railroad, the Illinois Central, through the political and financial juggling required by entrepreneur Tom Hoback to purchase the line when it fell into disrepair. The company was reborn as a robust, profitable carrier and has become a new model for the American regional railroad. The Indiana Rail Road Company is unique among chronicles of these small railroads. It draws together a historical perspective, as well as a detailed narrative of the business aspects of rehabilitating the rail line and transforming it into a profitable enterprise. The book also touches on a variety of subtopics, significantly the application of new technologies to manage costs and improve productivity. The Indiana Rail Road Company pioneered the most significant of these in the United States. Christopher Rund is a senior marketing communications writer with a lifelong interest in railroading and transportation. He began working with the senior management of The Indiana Rail Road Company in 1998 and co-authored a feature on the railroad's technological innovations for Trains Magazine in 2001. He works at Hirons as creative director.

Immigrants On The Land

Author : George E. Pozzetta
ISBN : 0824074041
Genre : Social Science
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