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Monticello Railway Museum - Overview - History
... SPUR contacted the Illinois Central Railroad about operating on the West end of ICRR's lightly used Rantoul District between LeRoy and Sabina, Illinois ... In 1969, SPUR was invited to Monticello, Illinois by a member of the Illinois Pioneer Heritage Center and moved its first piece of equipment, locomotive #1 ... The first land purchased was about five miles (8 km) of former Illinois Terminal interurban right of way between Monticello and White Heath ...
List Of Mississippi Railroads - Defunct Railroads
... list is incomplete you can help by expanding it Name Mark System From To Successor Notes Alabama Central Railroad SOU 1881 ... East Tennessee, Virginia and ... Aberdeen and Nashville Railroad IC 1953 ... Illinois Central Railroad Canton and Carthage Railroad C CA 1960 ... N/A Canton and Jackson Railroad IC 1841 1852 ... Louis and New Orleans Railroad IC 1951 ... Illinois Central Railroad Chickawsaha and Jackson Railroad 1914 ... Chicora and Northwestern Railway Chicora and Northwestern Railway 1931 ... N ...

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