Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ

Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ

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Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2, A by Carl T Winegardner w/DJ
 
A Historical Account B&O Rail Lines 1830-1989 Vol 2 by Carl T Winegardner
Hard Coverwith dust jacket
274 pages
Copyright 1998
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PrefacepageI
Dedicationpage IV
First Book of Rules and Time Tablespage 3
Columbus Terminalpage 10
Columbus and Newark Divisionpage 11
Union Stationpage 10
East Columbuspage 13
Pataskalapage 19
Heath - Central City T 86 OC Junctionpage 22
Newark Terminalpage 26
Lake Erie to Newarkpage 30
Straitsvillepage 67
Newark and Eastpage 72
Tobosopage 98
Toboso Train Wreckspage 102
Zanesville Terminalpage 115
086 LK Zanesville to Parkersburgpage 119
Zanesville Eastpage 194
Bridgeville Disasterpage 202
New Concordpage 209
Cambridge Terminalpage 211
Lore City - Eastern Ohio to Cumberlandpage 220
Quaker Citypage 236
Barnesville Terminalpage 239
Tacomapage 243
Bethesdapage 245
Belmont Train Wreckpage 247
Neffs - St. Clairsville Branchpage 250
Bellaire Terminal - Train Wreckpage 254
Ohio River Bridge 1871page 259
Benwood Junction Terminalpage 260
Wheeling Terminalpage 261
U.S. Presidents on Newark Divisionpage 262
Ohio River Bridge Disaster 1971page 270
B & 0 Passenger Enginepage 274
PREFACE
The Charter to form the Central Ohio Railroad was granted on February 8, 1847. This railroad was to run from Columbus through Newark, to whatever point on the Ohio River the Directors might select. The Charter was drawn up and signed on July 1, 1847, and the work was started on portions of the road between Newark and Columbus in June, 1850. This was a hard time for building railroads. The economy was in a slump and money was short. After several times of being shut down, the railroad was finally completed and entered downtown Columbus at the new Union Station in 1853. This was the first railroad to enter Columbus. The Columbus and Lake Erie, later named the Sandusky Mansfield and Newark, was finished and entered Newark at St. Clair Street. However, it entered Newark on temporary railroad around 1848. The first train engine and four cars left Newark for Sandusky on January 6, 1851.
After Central Ohio was built, they built connecting rail with each other. This opened up trade between Columbus, Newark to Sandusky with connection to the Lake Erie Steamers. After entering Columbus, the Central Ohio Railroad needed ground to build the terminal. The land south of Union Station was chosen and the terminal was named Fourth Street Yards. It was a large rail yard, built with all the necessary facilities for rail operations.

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