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Monon Railroad Timetable September 28, 1947

By Indianapolis and Louisville Railway Company Chicago

Abstract

This railroad timetable represents a Hoosier treasure, the Monon, so named because its lines intersected near Monon Creek in Bradford, Indiana. Founded as the New Albany and Salem Railroad, the Monon became an independent line in 1946 after several mergers and reorganizations. Its successor removed the Monon's last rails in 1985. With their Rails-to-Trails program, Indiana volunteers have created a statewide program to preserve the Monon's trails and their ties to history, community identity,and nature.Exhibited as part of "Treasures from the Collections - Celebrating 175 Years: 1830-2005." Second rotation

Topics: Railroads--United States; Railroad companies; Timetables; Monon (Railroad)
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1947
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:dc014/59
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