Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Illinois Central Railroad
Archives Entries 4
Photograph Entries 2

Associated Records

Image of Illinois Central Railroad - Illinois Central Railroad

Illinois Central Railroad - Illinois Central Railroad

Railway pass number 4466, for Mr. Phineas Hampton Coombs, Gen. East. Frt&Pass. Agt. New York, St. Louis South'rn Ry. Co. of Texas, 1909 6.1 x 9.9 cm.

Image of Illinois Central Railroad - Illinois Central Railroad

Illinois Central Railroad - Illinois Central Railroad

Railway pass number 11903, for Mr. Phineas Hampton Coombs, Gen. East. Frt. &Pass. Agt., StLSWRY., 1918 6.4 x 10.1 cm.

No Image Available

Papers -

Sabin Collection - A.T. Sabin's letterbook containing business records and correspondence for the construction of bridges along a railroad from Ripley, Tennessee to a point beyond Princeton, Kentucky; information about the Short Route Trestle Railroad, the Illinois Central Railroad Company, the Ohio Falls Street Railway Company, the Louisvile Bridge Company, and Princeton Stone and Marble Company; estimates and specifications on the building of Union Depot in Louisville,Kentucky, and a freight depot in Memphis, Tennessee; accounts of the E.R. Sabin and Company store in Princeton, Kentucky, as well as holographic notes from Professor W. S. Adams's railroad engineering course and a diary noting

Image of Illinois Central Railroad Company [form] -

Illinois Central Railroad Company [form] -

Way-bill form from Illinois Central Railroad Company. 21.5 x 35.3 cm.

Image of Illinois Central Railroad Car -

Illinois Central Railroad Car -

This is an image of Illinois Central Railroad car, No. 1518. The restored train was "built as IC 1932, and this Mikado was the last IC steam engine in service and is now on display in downtown Paducah."

Image of Illinois Central Train -

Illinois Central Train -

Cabinet photograph of a train wreck in McHenry, Ohio County, KY; 16 May 1903, McHenry, KY: Illinois Central Railroad, Memphis and Louisville passenger train; John F Mattis, Engineer, and John Kerr, Fireman, both of Louisville, were killed. Ten passengers injured. Those injured included: G T Stocker, baggagemaster, Louisville; W Crokner, passenger of New Orleans, W S Wilson, passenger of the Fruit Dispatch Co; Mrs. C. M Lapeley, passenger of NYC; Mrs. B. F. Keller, passenger of Brownwell WV, Arthur Foye, passenger of Louisville; J. P. Franklin, Pullman conductor; B. B. Summers, passenger of Louisville; David Vaughn, passenger of McHenry. One of the trucks of the engine broke while running fast