Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: C

Cable cars: "Charles T. Harvey and the New York Elevated Railway," by R.C.
      Reed, 130/23-40; "Steel Ropes into the Howling Wilderness: First Cable
      Cars in Los Angeles," by Robert C. Post, 146/54-59; Brooklyn Bridge,
      97/7
Cadiz RR.: loco., 177/104
Cady Lbr. Co.: loco., 75/84
Cahuenga Valley RR: history and roster, 99/10-11, photo between 8 and 9;
      146/57, 58
Cairo (Illinois) RR History: "Submerged Ambitions," by Fred W. Ash, 196/6-21
Cairo RR: 37/9, 10
Cairo & St. Louis RR: 61A/42; 61/46; 77/18; 85/44, 50; 92/26; 148/23-24;
      149/57,58; 157/88, loco. Sparta, 95; 159/78-79
Cairo & Vincennes RR: 133/31; photo, 59, locos., 62,70, 72
Calais RR: 152/51
Calais & Baring RR: 3/52; 56/88, 152/51
Calder Brick & Coal Co.: 162/68
Caledonia, Mississippi & Western RR: 136/22, loco., 108
California: "Railroads of the West," by D.L. Joslyn, 5/16-27;"Richard Norris
      Locomotives in ... ," by G.M. Best, 127/45-55; steam railroads in the San
      Diego area, 71 /7-24; 80/11-46; Kimball Car Works, 138/74. See also individual
      railroads
California & Arizona RR: 97/45
California & North Eastern RR: 94/96, 128; SP/109, 79
California, Arizona & Santa Fe RR: 75/22, locos., 62-63; SF/16
California Central RR: roster, 94/128; history and loco. notes, 127/45-48, 51,
      52; 180/8. 26; employees timetable, 1887, 80/48-49; mention, 17/47, 50; 48/34-35;
      80/40-43; 94/18; SP/14
Calffornia Eastern RR: 75/22, locos., 162-163; SE/16
California Limited: 1/23, 24
California North Western RR: history, 29/29-30, 32; locos., 29/41
California Northern RR: 17/49; loco. notes, 127/49, 51; 180/8, 26
California Pacific RR: 5/19; 17/47, 48, 51, 52; 29/28; 48/31-34, photo, 41; loco.
      records, 94/18, 63, 70, 76, 128, 134, 135, 136, SP/14, 49, 62, 105, 109; 180/8, 26
California Pacific Eastern Extension RR: 17/48
California Southern RR: "The ... ," by Dodge and Middlebrook, 80/10-46;
      history, 80/20-44; 1887 employee timetable, 80/48-49; loco. notes,
      75/ 130-132, 36, 44; 99/19, photo opp 16
California Southern Extension RR: 80/20, 24, 45
California Western RR & Nav. Co.: railfan trip, 1938, 47/101-102; mention,
      94/84, 85, 130
Calumet & Blue Island RR: 159/54
Cambria & Clearfield RR: 35/7; 158/115-117
Cambria & Indiana RR: 98/31; 148/88
Cambria Country RR: 96/33
Cambria Steel Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14,27
Cambridge Block Coal Co.: 172/53
Camden & Amboy RR: early history, 88/102-110; "Joint Companies," 88/103;
      involvement with NJRR&TC, 88/122, 127ff 138, 154-159; branch line to
      Trenton and New Brunswick, 88/126; 1855 wreck, 88/132; "The Marl Trains
      of the ...," by N.R. Ewan, 90/154-156; loco. and railroad operation,
      1837, 13/27-28; opening, 9/36, 38; locos., 1838, 6/25; 62/49; need for RR
      history, 1841, 101/25-26; need for RR in 1827, 30/30, 34; first passenger cars,
      32/50-51; loco. description, 89/l39-141; Crampton single driver loco.,
      114/27-28, 36; John Bull 107/40-43; naming locos., 124/62; dividends,
      132/63,69; mention, 20/37, 83/29
Camden & Atlantic RR: "History of the ... and Associated Railroads 1852-1897"
      by C.L. Towle,73/16-45; Pennsylvania RR control, 73/25, 26; Longport
      branch, 73/26-29; Mays Landing branch, 73/33-35; Atsion branch,
      73/35; loco. roster, 73/39-40; Atlantic City service, 20/44-45;
      mention, 67/25, 26
Camden & Woodbury RR: locos., 1838, 6/26; 62/50; history and loco., 1841,
      101/27; mention, 20/38; 157/112
Camden County RR: 67/13; 118/44
Camden, Gloucester & Mt. Ephram RR: loco., 118/44, photo between 48 and
      49; mention, 67/13
Camden Iron Works: 162/77
Cameron Lbr. Co.: 94/55
CampbeD, J.L., Lbr. Co.: 94/33
Canajoharie & Catskill RR: see Catskill & Canajoharie RR
Canal RR: 17/18, 19, 22, 23
Canandaigua & Corning RR: 118/84
Canandaigua & Elmira RR: 118/84
Canandaigua & Niagara Faus RR: history, 118/83-84; 131/20, 115
Canadian Valley & Western Ry.: 166/83
Canarsie RR: 10/23
Cane Belt RR: 75/22, 39; SF/16
Canoe Creek RR: 96/34
Canton RR: loco. 159/70
Canton, Aberdeen & NashviBe RR: 140/5, locos., 65
Canton, Chagrin Falls & Northern RR: 185/69
Canton & Carthage RR: 140/37
Canton & Waynesburg RR: 185/69, 77
Canton & Wooster RR: 185/69
"The Canton Viaduct," by E.D. Galvin, 129/71-85 (NYNH&HRR)
Cape Cod RR: loco. data, 8/60ff; 46/49; 1852 rules, 50/34; passenger cars,
      138/45; mention, 17/18,20
Cape Cod Branch RR: 17/17, 18
Cape Cod Central RR: 17/19,20
Cape Girardeau RR: 140/65
Cape Girardeau & Chester RR: 122/37, 38
Cape Girardeau & Thebes Bridge Terminal RR: 122/37, 38
Cape Girardeau Northern Ry: history, 122/36-42; 49/63
Cape May RR: 67/13
"The Capture of the General," by H.P.Yeaton, 3/3444
"Carillon Park Museum," by H. Pence, 124/28-32; 126/120
Carlin Construction Co.: 162/74
"Carlton & Coast Railroad," by Wood and Mills, 62/63-67; roster, 62/67; mention,
      94/76, 78; 100/40
Carlton Logging Co.: 62/63-65, roster, 67
Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp.: 159/57
Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio RR: "The Clinchfield Railroad: A Brief Operating
      History," by W.D. Edson, 148/82-86; "Steam Locomotives of the
      Clinchfield," 148/87-100; roster, 148/87-89; roster notes, 150/118, 77/30;
      USRA freight cars, 128/27-33; modern steam locos., 129/6, 12, 17; ;
      emblem 153/32 mention, 77/13; 113/38
Carolina Timber Co.: 162/67
Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia RR: 86/125
Carroll County RR: 185/69
Carrollton RR: 65/67-71; roster, 65/6t 70; locos., 1838, 6/33; 62i60; mentio~ 20/41
Carrollton & Oneida RR: 185/69
Carrollton & Worthville RR: 65/67
Car Builders: "Railroad Car Builders of the United States, by John H. White,
      138/5-29; 139/86. "More Car Builders", (expanded list), 154/128-131; 157/115
      See also the following entries:
      American Car & Foundry Co.
      Atlantic Car Works
      Barney & Smith
      Bethlehem Steel Co.
      Betts, Harlan & Hollingsworth
      Buffalo Car Works
      Cylindrical Steel Car Co.
      Delaware Car Works
      Eaton & Gilbert
      Gilbert, Bush & Co.
      Gilbert Car Mfg. Co.
      Harlan & Hollingsworth Car Co.
      Harrisburg Car Works
      Haskell & Barker Car Co.
      Indianapolis Car Works
      Jackson & Sharp Car Co.
      Jackson & Woodin
      Keith Car Co.
      Kimbau & Davenport
      Laconia Car Co.
      Lehigh Car, Wheel & Axle Works
      Lenoir Car Works
      Liberty Car & Equipment Co.
      Magor Car Co.
      McGuire-Cummings Mfg. Co.
      McKee & Fuller Car Works
      Michigan Car Works
      Michigan Peninsular Car Co.
      Missouri Car & Foundry Co.
      Mount Vernon Car Mfg Co.
      Northumberland Car & Mfg. Co.
      Ohio Falls Car Works
      Osgood Bradley
      Pacific Car & Foundry Co.
      Pittsburgh & McKeesport Car & Locomotive Works
      Pressed Steel Car Co.
      Ralston Steel Car Co.
      Rantet Mfg. Co.
      St. Charles Car Co.
      St. Louis Car Co.
      Taunton Car Co.
      Thrall Car Co.
      Wason Mfg. Co.
Cars, freight: first container cars, 3/29-30; 5/60-62; Mayers 1851 container
      car, 6/34; first refrigerator car, 47/92; origin of well car, 68/54; "The
      Cylinder Cars," by George Zabriskie, 97/68-72; 4 wheel narrow gauge flat car,
      77/photo between 24 and 25; iron ore cars of 1870s, 121/photo between 10 and
      11; stealing car brasses (1883), 125/41-42; new designs, 1950s-1970s, 125/41-42;
      "USRA Freight Cars: An Experiment in Standardization" by J.E. Lane,
      128/5-33; "A Civil War Iron Clad Car," 130/51-54; hot boxes, 1865, 134/94;
      light weight cars, 138/63; Remers stock car, 138/35-36; refrigerator cars,
      1865, 141/112; brake vans, 149/121; list of private car companies owning
      more than 500 cars, 64/73; "The Magic Box: Genesis of the Container,"
      by John H. White, Jr. 158/72-93; "The Fish Car Era in Nebraska," by Darin Kinsey,
      177/43-67; "First Class for Fish," by William D.Middleton, 192/56-63
Cars, hand: see Hand cars
Cars, passenger: "First Iron Passenger Cars," by W.A. Lucas, 4/31-36; "The
      Development of the American Railway Passenger Car," by E.G. Young, 32/44-64;
      bodies, 32/44-56, 59-60; wheels and trucks, 32/57-58; couplers, 32/58-59;
      brakes, 32/59; interiors, 32/61; first sleeper, 32/61; first diner, 32/61;
      first reclining chair, 32/61; heating and lighting, 32/62; first parlor car 32/61;
      first PuHman, 32/61-62; "A Century of Car Design and Examples of Present
      Construction," by V.R. Willoughby, 46/7-13; "An Early Sleeping Car
      Pioneer," by C.E. Fisher, 59/28-30; "Early Air-Conditioning of Railway
      Passenger Cars," by C.F. Graves, 53/54-57; "The Patton Motor Cars-An
      Early Instance in Gas Electric Traction," by B.N. Smith, 129/86-93;
      "The Lightweight Passenger Car with Special Reference to Pullman," by
      William Van Der Sluys, 145/46-68; "Origin of the Steel Passenger Car," by
      George Gibbs, 138/71-73; "Parlor and Sleeping Cars of the New Haven," by
      C.E. Fisher, 105/64-68; New Haven's combime and baggage cars, 104/60-63;
      New Haven's wooden coaches, 103/57-60; Warren iron passenger car (1853),
      6/34; 1860 private car, 51/29; passenger car description (1850), 56/13-14;
      description (1848), 65/61-63;Winans's design, 1828, 70/7-10, 12; car design,
      82/53; sperm oil and gas lights, 1850s, 88/148; description (1835), 123/11;
      description (1843), 123/12; early Pullmans, 135/81, 82-83, 92, 93; observation
      cars (1879), 138/70; Wagner palace cars, 138/84; light weight passenger
      car history, 138/60-62; costs in 1930s, 138/62, 63; unusual club car on New
      York-Florida run (1933), 138/70; numbers of Pullman cars (1936), 138/4;
      a Nevada senator's private Pullman (1880), 138/4; private car Jersey Lilly (1900),
      140/120; 165/100ff; "Early Sleeping Cars in Canada," by Ralph Greenhill, 168/73-75
      (Research Note); "The Life of Edward Budd, Part 1: Pulleys, McKeen Cars, and the
      origins of the Zephyr," by Mark Reutter, 172/5-34;
       "ditto, Part 2, Frustration and Acclaim," 173/58-101;
      The Story of: ". . .America's Chapel Cars," by Wilma and Norman Taylor, 178/7-75;
      "Diesel Railcar: A Look Ahead," by William D. Middleton, Dsl/143-154; Pioneer,
       first Pullman car, 186/88ff; "The Inside Story of the Dome," by Ric Morgan, 191/12-25
       "Railroad China and the Dining Car: An Informal Survey," by Richard W. Luckin, 198/28-41
Cars, steam: Newfoundland Ry, 44/37; "The Prosser Steam Car," by D.L.
      Stearns, 106/49-50; Bellefonte Central RR, 117/l6; Blairstown RR, 127/81;
      Ransom patented steam car, 123/18, photo between 16 and 17; New York
      & New England RR, 50/28
Carson & Colorado RR: 94/19, roster, 124; SP/15, roster, 101; 45/19-20; 141/92
Carson & Tahoe Lbr. & Fluming Co.: 34/42
Cartersville & Van Wert RR: 157/27
Carthage & Adirondack RR: loco., 40/29; 175/119
Carthage & Burlington RR: 24/30
Carthage, Watertown & Sackets Harbor RR: 109/46, 53; 122/67
Cascade Lbr. Co.: 136/93
"The Case of Coleman versus the New Haven Railroad," by R.F. Coggeshall,
      103/41-46
Casparis Stone Co.: 159/59
Casper, South Fork & Eastern RR: 47/102-103
Castleton & West Stockbridge RR: 69/14
Castleton Branch RR: 143/8
Catasaqua & Foglesville RR: 67/93, 118; 118/47
Catawissa RR: see Catawissa, Williamsport & Erie RR
Catawissa, WiHiamsport & Erie RR: history and roster, 108/20, 21-27; locos.,
      118/47-48; bank panic 1837, 91/23; mention, 109/24; 110/62-63; 67/28,
      31, 50, 59
Catersville & Van Wert RR: 134/61, 62
Catskill & Canajoharie RR: locos., 1838, 62/49; history and locos., 101/27;
      mention, 37/7-8; 52/43; 55/22-23
Catskill & Ithaca RR:37/7
Catskill & Middleburgh RR: 37/8
Catskill & Schoharie RR: 37/8
Catskill & Schoharie Valley RR: 37/8
Catskill & Tannersville Ry: 37/10, roster, 12
Catskill Mountain RR: 37/8-9, 10, roster, 12; 52/9
"The Catskill Mountain Lines," by W.W.Robinson, 37/7-14
Cayuga & Susquehanna RR: 72/9, locos.,29
Cayuga Southern RR: locos., 126/39
Cazenovia & Canastota RR: 46/22, 23; locos., 126/39
Cazenovia & Sauk City RR: Wis/7
Cazenovia Southern RR: Wis/7
Cedar Creek Mill Co.: 84/53; 119/51
Cedar Falls & Minnesota RR: 132/73, 74
Cedar Falls & Northern Ry: Wis/33, 36
Cedar Rapids & Chicago RR: 132/78
Cedar Rapdis & Iowa City RR: 132/79, 80; loco.152/104
Cedar Rapids & Missouri River RR: 27/26; CNW/12; 132/72, 73, 74
Cedar Rapids, Garner & Northwestern RR: 132/78
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Falls & Northwestern RR: 132/76, 77, 78
Celanese Corp.: 185/96
Celebrations: York, Pa., 1924, 9/31; America's first railway, 12/6-9; Missouri
      Pacific, 12/lO-12; "The Fair of the Iron Horse," 15/5-10; Lowell, Mass.,
      1930, 23/7; "The Stourbridge Lion Centennial," 20/7-18
Centerville, Moravia & Albia RR: 132/76; 154/28
"The Centipede," by John H. White, 109/11-15
Central California Traction Co.: 48/39;94/77
Central Military Tract RR: "The . . . ," by A.W. Newton, 80/47-57; origin of
      name, 81/23; history, 87/21-35; loco. notes, 92/84-88; Q2/5, locos., 10, 11,
      16; mention, 24/4ff, 18; 76/10, 11, 12; 81/ 24, 25; 82/29; 88/72-73; 122/59
Central New England Ry: history, 50/720; 34/15; roster, 50/21-26; photo,
      50/17; "Poughkeepsie Gateway," by D.W. McLaughlin, 119/6-32; sale to
      NYNH&HRR, 119/26-27
Central New England & Western RR: history, 50/10, 11; roster, 50/21-22;
      history, 119/12, 19-22, 23, 24, photo between 32 and 33
Central New York & Northern RR: 61/81,84; 93/17, 18
Central New York & South Western RR: 92/44
Central New York & Western RR: history, 92/63-70; roster, 92/71-72; loco.
      notes, 93/35, 36; mention, 92/38, 5051; 96/17; 93/18, 54; 61/80; 64/35,
      37, 40
Central New York Southern RR: 84/31-34; loco., 177/104
Central Ohio RR: 108/64; 141/46
Central Pacific RR: "Locomotives Built at the Sacramento Shops," by D. L.
      Joslyn, 6/44-50; "The Old iron Horses of the . . . ," 7/62-66; "The Beginnings
      of the Southern Pacific," by D.L. Joslyn, 17/47-54; 22/49; "A Veteran
      Locomotive Still on the Job," by D.L. Joslyn, 23/25-28 (No. 68); "A Trip
      Across the Sierra Nevada Mountain in 1868," 29/22-25; "How They Hauled a
      Hoisting Engine to the Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1886," by
      D. L. Joslyn, 32/67-68 (constructing RR tunnel); "Howard Stillman, Western
      Railroader," by R.O.M. Phillips, 74/39-40; "The Old Class Ha Locomotives
      of the . . . ," by D.L Joslyn, 91/ 122-124 (2-6-2 tank); "Atlantic and
      Pacific Express," 135/81; early history and locos., 5/18-27; roster of engines,
      SP/1-163; 7/58-61; Jarrett and Palmer Special, 11/33-38; trip over the line in
      1869 taken by D.L. Harris, 32/23, 26; history, 48/19-24; photos, 48/31, 35,
      37; Sacramento Shops, 48/25-31; A.J. Stevens and his valve gear and other
      inventions, 65/12-25; car ferry, 65/20-21; locos., SP/15, 49-109; 180/8ff; loco. notes,
      94/134-138; Norris locos., 127/49-50, 51, 53, 55; snow sheds 1888, 133/35;
      Boston Board of Trade Special, 1870, 135/80, 86, 88; smokeless locos., 135/91-92;
      use of Pullman cars, 135/93-94; palace car Siempre Viva, 138/78-80; early
      operations of Overland Route, 161/30ff; mention, 20/52; 29/53, 54; 48/32, 35,
      36, 37; 80/11, 12, 15; 94/19
Central Pacific RR of California: "The Life Story of the Locomotive C.P.
      Huntington as Told by itself," by D.L. Joslyn, 61/10-34; mention, 5/17; 20/52
Central Pennsylvania Lbr. Co.: 131/24
Central RR & Banking Co. of Georgia: locos. 1838, 6/33; 62/58; history and
      locos. 1841, 101/27; involvement with South Western RR, 44/48ff,61;
      modern steam locos., 129/12, 17; archives, 146/104; 1865 to 1870s, 134/59;
      mention, 10/9; 9/39; 66/35; 140/51, 52; emblem 153/45; loco. 167/30
Central RR of Iowa: 31/33; 132/74; 136/74; 154/28
Central RR of Long island: 138/45, 46
Central RR of the State of Michigan: locos. 1838, 6/33; mention, 11/17; 19/6
Central RR Co. of Minnesota: 136/22, locos., 74
Central RR of New Jersey: "The Ashley Planes of the . . . ," by T. Taber,
      41/23-28; loco. Flemington, 11/20; involvement with Lehigh Valley RR
      (1890s), 42/13; 126/35, 36; involvement with Lehigh & Hudson River RR,
      47/70; 4-6-2s, 68/75-76; 4-4-2s Nos. 456 and 457, 62/10, 14; passenger
      locos. of 1870s, 96/54, 55; first Mogul, 91/125; lease of Lehigh Coal & Nav.
      Co. (Lehigh & Susquehanna RR), 109/26; 110/60-62; 126/12; Russian Decapods,
      124/68; naming locos., 124/62; Bayway station theft (1906), 133/55;
      USRA freight cars, 128/27-33; mention, 108/62; 118/46, 49
Central RR of Pennsylvania: 117/10
Central Ry. of Iowa: 154/28
Central Southern RR (Tenn): 108/69
Central Texas & North Western RR: 94/19,locos., 36; SP/lS, locos., 31
Central Transit Co.: 141/ll3
Central Union Station, Cincinnati: 132/24, 27, 29, 30
Central Valley RR: "Narrow Gauge to Oblivion; The . . . ," by Richard Palmer,
      128/68-75
Central Vermont RR: "Vermont Central-Central Vermont," by Edward Hungerford,
      VC/5-65; roster, VC/62-65; involvement with Moira & Bombay RR,
      46/28-39; involvement with Rutland RR, 90/86-89, 92, 106; roster,
      90/90-92; Rouses Point bridge, 53-60; mention,23/48; 147/28-29;
      emblem 153/62
Central West Virginia & Southern RR: 109/32
"A Century of Car Design and Examples of Present Construction," by V.R.
      Willoughby, 46/7-13
"Century Gone," by Thomas T. Taber and Mark Reutter, 183/30-52; 184/143-144;
      186/148
"A Century of International Exchange," by R.R. Brown, 83/6
Chaffee Coal Co.'s RR: 113/photo between 16 and 17; loco. 155/107
Chagrin Falls & Southern RR: 185/69, 74, 75
Champaign, Havana & Western RR: 140/5, loco., 27
Champerico & Northern Trans. Co.: 104 33
Champlain & Connecticut River RR: VC/74
Chaplin & Lantz: 103/63 (loco. builder)
Chariton & Randolph RR: 133/9, 31
Chariton, Des Moines & Southern RR: 132/76
"Charles T. Harvey and the New York Elevated Railway," by R.C. Reed,
      130/23-40
Charles City Western RR: 132/80
Charles River RR: 1/14; 22/55
Charles River Branch RR: 1/13; 3/13-14; 17/18; 49/69; 110/20
Charleston & Cincinnati RR: 5/11
Charleston & Hamburg RR: "Account of a Trip over the . . . in October 1833,"
      by Ulrich B. Phillips, 20/32-35; loco. E.L. Miller, 8/9; loco. notes, 16/13,
      16; incline plane, 20/32-35; first passenger car, 32/49; mention, 25/34.
      See also South Carolina RR
Charleston & Savannah RR: 11/42
Charleston & Western Carolina RR: 2-10-0 locos., 124/73, 74; USRA freight cars,
      128/27-33
Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago RR: history, 148/83-84, roster, 87
Charleston Mining & Manufacturiing Co.: 162/71
Charlestown Branch RR: 37/42; 146/61, loco., 66; loco. 152/55
Chateaugay RR: 100/40
Chatham & Lebanon Valley RR: 90/107, roster 111; VC/79, 86-87
Chattahoochee Valley RR: loco., 180/139
Chattanooga Southern RR: loco., 180/139
Chattanooga Traction Co.: loco., 180/139
Chattaroi Ry: 148/83
Chelsea Branch RR: 73/30
Chemung RR: 118/84; 131/19, 115
Cheraw & Coalfield RR: 11/41-44
Cheraw & Darlington RR: 11/41-44
Cherokee RR: loco. Gov. Bullock, Jr. 157/25, 27
Cherokee & Dakota RR: 132/78
Cherry Grove & Hickory Valley RR: 91/101
Cherry River Boom & Lbr. Co.: 157/106
Cherry River Tann. Co.: 162/65
Cherry Springs RR: 49/34; 70/59
Cherry Tree & Dixonville RR: 39/35
Chesapeake & Ohio RR: "The Church Hill Tunnel," by W.S. Griggs, 135/43-58;
      passenger train colors, 4/27; Fast Flying Virginian, 4/27; early signalling,
      34/15; use of 111inois Central's Chicago station, 43/74; purchase of Hocking
      Valley RR, 53/25; first 4-6-2s, 68/63-64; Louisa RR involvement, 65/59-66;
      acquisition of Richmond & Danville RR, 88/67-68; acquisition of Hocking
      Valley RR, 98/79; 99/58; acquisition and operation over Chicago, Cincinnati
      & Louisville RR, 114/11-12; involvement with West Virginia Central &
      Pittsburg RR, 113/24,25; Kewanee car ferry, 115/44, 46; Cincinnati station,
      132/27-28, 31; USRA freight cars, 128/27-33; Collis P. Huntington and M.E.
      Ingalls control, 130/44-46; J.P. Morgan, 130/47; involvement with Clinchfield
      RR and predecessors, 148/83, 84; Train X, 154/117; loco. 177/104
Chesapeake Beach Ry: "The . . . ," by Hugh G. Boutell, 58/32-45; locos.,
      58/38-39; car signals,58/41; T.J. Andrews safety wheels, 58/42; loco. notes,
      59/76; 105/31, photo between 24 and 25; 77/32; loco. 155/93
Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern RR: 140/5, locos., 14, 16, 27, 80, 86, 87;
      wreck prevention (1887), 140/120
Cheshire RR: handcar, 127/67, 71; roster, 38/44-46, photo between 40 and 41;
      mention, 17/24, 17; 38/14; 69/82; loco. New Nampshire performance,
      142/33; 146/62, locos., 93-95
Chessie System: emblem 153/64; involvement in ACE 3000 project, 156/8-10
Chester & Iron Mountain RR: 94/31
Chester Creek RR: 21/28
Chester, Perryville & Ste Genevieve RR: 122/37, 38
Chester, Perryville, Ste Genevieve & Farmington RR: 122/36-37, 40
Chesterfield RR: 1835 notes, 26/54; 168/12ff
Chesterfield & Lancaster RR: 158/138
Chesterfield Coalfield RR: 82/43, 48
Chestnut Ridge Ry.: 162/77
Cheyenne RR: 60/36
Cheyenne Short Line: 60/17-19, opp 20, 36
Chicago railroad stations: Dearborn, 47/95-98; LaSalle, 50/84-87; history,
      40/33-35;44/83-87; 120/31-39
Chicago & Alton RR: The Alton Limited, 4/29; first sleeping and dining cars, 32/61-62;
      4-6-2s, 68/65, 68, 77-78; runaway loco., 1877, 127/100; USRA freight cars,
      128/27-33; "A Shavin' Car" (1885), 130/50; loco. notes, 145/108; emblem 153/58;
      mention, 97/74; 154/26; "Locomotives of the Alton Route", by William D. Edson,
      156/55-85; and Lincoln funeral train, 186/89ff
Chicago & Atlantic RR: 131/10, 24, 53,60,61
Chicago & Aurora RR: "The . . . ," by W. Newton, 76/6-20; acquisition by
      eastern financial interests, 88/69-76; loco. notes, 92/83, 85, 86, 87;
      mention,74/21; 80/55; 95/75; Q2/8, locos., 7
Chicago & Calumet River RR: loco. 159/56
Chicago & Calumet Terminal RR: 54/64; 73/54, 57-58
Chicago & Cincinnati RR: 114/7; 141/35
Chicago & Eastern Illinois RR: involvement with Chicago & Western Indiana
      RR, 120/37; loco. notes, 133/84; USRA freight cars, 128/18, 27;
      mention, 113/35
Chicago & Eastern Transit Co.: 56/82
Chicago & Erie RR: 131/10, locos., 27, 65
Chicago & Fond du Lac RR, 120/32, 35
Chicago & Galena RR: 7/50; 24/6
Chicago & Galena Union RR: 88/74
Chicago & Grand Trunk Ry: history and roster, 31/24-29; mention, 23/45, 48;
      involvement with Elkhart & Western RR, 90/124-125, 130-131; locos.,
      147/26, 90, 92, 102, 129, 137, 140, 146, 148, 150, 156, 147; "Detroit to
      Chicago in 1888," ed. by H. Roger Grant, 165/99-108
Chicago & Great Eastern RR: 141/35, locos., 52, 53
Chicago & Great Western RR: see Chicago Great Western RR
Chicago & Illinois Midland RR: locos., 72/140; 133/84; 151/100; emblem 153/47
Chicago & Illinois River RR: 156/57, 59, 85
Chicago & Illinois Southern RR: 140/5, loco., 81
Chicago & Illinois Western RR: 120/29
Chicago & Indianapolis Air Line RR: 70/29
Chicago & Interurban Traction Co.: 151/41
Chicago & Iowa RR: 24/32; Q2/36, 41
Chicago & Iowa Western RR: 132/78
Chicago & Kenosha RR: 159/54
Chicago & Lake Huron RR: 147/90
Chicago & Lake Superior RR: CNW/36
Chicago & Michigan Lake Shore RR: 19/28
Chicago & Milwaukee RR: Chicago station, 44/84, 87; CNW/10, locos., 25;
      mention, 65/41
Chicago & Mississippi RR: 156/57,60
Chicago & North Eastern RR: 147/90
Chicago & North Western RR: "Some Experimental and Historical Locomotives
      of the . . . ," by R.W. Carson, 2/19-26; "History of the .. . Chicago Passenger
      Terminal Station and its Predecessors," by F.W. Hillman, 44/83-87; "A Brief
      History of the North Western's Madison Division-The Baraboo Air Line,"
      by A.E. Miller, 49/57-61; "Railroad Shops and Car Building in Eond du
      Lac," by S.M. Rich, 135/5-24; "Locomotives of the ...," by F.A. Cole,
      CNW/5-75; addenda, 74/75; compound locomotives, 3/54; passenger train
      colors, 4/28; loco Pigeon, 11/17-18; loco. No. 5 at Purdue, 14/7; Jarrett
      and Palmer Special, 11/32-33; consolidation with Galena & Chicago Union
      RR, 27/1, 7, 27-28;65/41-42;Chicago station, 40/34, 35; 120/35-39; 4-4-2
      loco., 62/13; lines in upper Michigan. 111/15-16; involvement with Green
      Bay and Western RR on LaCrosse Branch, 115/47-48; involvement with
      Wisconsin & Michigan RR, 116/11-12,13-14; involvement with Milwaukee,
      Lake Shore & Western RR, 121/43, 59, 69-70; loco. Bartholomew, 122/56;
      storm blockade 1873, 126/36; USRA freight cars, 128/27-33; Proviso Yard,
      125/20; Iowa construction, 132/81; Boston Board of Trade Special, 1870
      135/86-87; loco. Dacotah lithograph, 142/43; track construction in Wisconsin,
      Wis/8-13; history, CNW/5-15; loco. notes, 52/68; "Three Components of the
      Chicago & Northwestern: The Omaha Road, The Louie, and the Great Weedy,"
      by H. Roger Grant, 154/17-39; loco. 158/123; pioneer safety program, 166/8ff
      "Experiencing the 'Best of Everything': Passenger Service on the . . .," by H. Roger
      Grant, 169/34-53; 170/104; "The North Western's Legacy," by H. Roger Grant,
      180/127-135
Chicago & Northern Pacific RR: lease to Wisconsin Central RR, 54/64-66, 75,
      84-85; mention, 73/55ff; locos., 54/160; 114/14
Chicago and Pacific RR: " . . . Completion of the Rock River Bridge and Opening
      of the Road to Byron," 113/83-86; 136/22, locos., 73
Chicago & Paducah RR: 131/19, 27, 31, 51
Chicago & Rock Island: see Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific RR
Chicago & Rock River RR: 24/32
Chicago & South Eastern RR: 159/54
Chicago & South Side Rapid Transit: Forneys on the Alley El," by Fred
      Jukes, 105/33-37; map, 106/48
Chicago & Southwestern RR: 73/55, 56; 78/45, 46; 132/74
Chicago & Texas RR: 131/52; 140/5, locos., 14, 16, 32, 81
Chicago & Tomah RR: Wis/8, 9, 17; CNW/ 11, locos., 29
Chicago & Wabash Valley RR: "The . . . ," by J.H. Kiracof, 102/53-58
Chicago & Western RR: 129/20
Chicago & Western Indiana RR: Chicago station, 120/37; 47/95; 133/19
Chicago & Wisconsin RR: 54/59, 62; 73/54-55
Chicago, Attica & Southern RR: 84/51; 100/40; 119/56, 57; emblem 153/67;
      loco. 159/64
Chicago, Bellevue, Cascade & Western RR: 132/76; 136/22, locos., 108
Chicago Belt Ry: 56/82
Chicago, Burlington & Kansas City RR: roster, Q2/66, photo, 40; mention,
      Ql/33; 132/74, 75
Chicago, Burlington & Northern RR: history, Q1/7ff; Q2/6; Wis/19; roster,
      Q2/68-70, 41; mention, 24/41, 42
Chicago, Burlington & Pacific RR: Chicago depots, 43/71-73; 49/101-104;
      mention, 31/34; 132/77, 81; 154/28
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR: "The ...," by C.E. Fisher, 24/4-43; locos.
      1857, 24/11; locos. 1867, 24/26-28, mention, 24/13; "Early History of the
      . . . in Illinois," by A.W. Newton, 74/7-22; "The . . . Feb. 14, 1855 to July 9,
      1856," by A.W. Newton, 78/45-48. "...-Transition from Wood to Coal
      Burning Locomotives," by A.W. Newton, 91/126-129; "Motive Power of the
      ... As of March 1, 1858," by A.W. Newton, 92/83-89; "Chicago Terminals,"
      by A.W. Newton, 95/68-78; "John Brown Steel Rail," by A.W.
      Newton, 98/74-75; "Running Special on the Burlington," by R.C. Overton,
      139/54-64 (1892 trip of the president); Locomobves of The . . .,
      1904-1935," Q1/1-72; Q2/71; "Locomotives of The ..., 1855-1904," Q2/1-71;
      74/6; passenger trains, 1/21-23; control of Colorado Midland RR, 36/29;
      Columbia 2-4-2 loco., 35/28; Galena & Chicago Union RR notes, 27/3,5, 20,
      21, 22; construction Peoria to Farmington, 1851, 31/33; involvement with
      Fulton County Narrow Gauge RR 61A/28, 35, 68-71; 4-4-2 loco., 62/12-13;
      4-6-2 loco., 68/69; 1855 organization, 76/15; acquisition of Central
      Military Tract RR, 80/56; acquisition of Peoria & Oquawka RR, 82/29-30;
      derivation of its name, 82/30-32; passenger 2-6-0, 100/12-13, photo between
      16 and 17; Chicago Terminal, 120/36; USRA freight cars, 128/27-33; fireman
      saves a child, 1883, 130/50; opening, 132/72, 77; Denver extension, 133/58;
      Prairie Ry 136/131; first Zephyr passenger train, 145/50-51; 154/116 history,
      Wis/19; electrified narrow gauge branch, 174/65; emblem 153/51
Chicago, Caldwell & Southern RR: 60/41
Chicago Central RR: 73/54,56-57
"The Chicago Chapter of the R&LHS and Its First Railfan Excursion," by John P.
      Humiston, 169/69-80
Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR: "The . . . ," by George W. Hilton; 114/6-12;
      roster, 114/12-14; Cincinnati station, 132/28-29, 31
Chicago, Clinton & Dubuque RR: 24/37; 132/75; 136/22, loco., 74; loco. 154/65
Chicago, Clinton & Western RR: 132/75
Chicago, Clinton, Dubuque & Minnesota RR: 136/22, loco., 74; 132/76
Chicago, Decorah & Minnesota RR: 132/77
Chicago, Detroit & Canada Grand Trunk Junction Ry: roster, 31/25
Chicago, Dubuque & Minnesota RR: 24/37; 132/74, 75; Q2/25; 136/22,loco.,74
Chicago, Evanston & Lake Superior RR: 136/22, loco., 80
Chicago, Fairchild & Eau Claire RR: 52/66, 69-70; roster, 52/72
Chicago, Fort Madison & Des Moines RR: 132/76
Chicago Gravel Co.: 156/56, 58, 59
Chicago Great Western RR: "A.B. Stickney and James J. Hill: The Railroad
      Relationship," by H.R. Grant, 146/9-22; "The ..., Prairie innovator," by
      H.R. Grant, 149/70-82; involvement with Wisconsin Central RR, 54/84;
      notes, 73/54-55, 56; Minneapolis & St. Louis track purchase, 31/35; mention, 73/60;
      113/37; 132/78,79; 145/109; emblem 153/30; "Three Components of the Chicago &
      Northwestern: The Omaha Road, The Louie, and the Great Weedy," by H. Roger
      Grant, 154/17-39, "Locomotives of the ... ", 86-113; "The . . . and the John C. Cole
      Milling Company: Stickney's Railroad Problem," by Thomas L. Baker, 176/55-79
Chicago, Hammond & Western RR: 73/57
Chicago, Harlem & Batavia RR: 54/photo opp. 62, 64, 75; 73/55-56
Chicago, Havana & Western RR: 140/5, loco., 68, 78
Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville RR: "Hoosier Heritage-The Monon,"
      by V.A. Hewitt, 70/22-31; acquisition of the Chicago & Wabash Valley RR,
      102/57; mention, 113/35; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; emblem 153/32;
      157/114; "A Monon Mystery: George F. Postlethwaite and H.H. Campbell," by
      George W. Hilton, 170/95-100; solved, 178/130-132; loco., 180/140
Chicago, Iowa & Kadota RR: CNW/13, locos., 59
Chicago, Iowa & Nebraska RR: 27/25; 132/80; CNW/12
Chicago Junction Ry: 136/104
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska RR: 60/41
Chicago, Kansas & Western RR: 75/22, locos., 143-144; SF/16
Chicago, Kansas City & Texas RR: loco. 180/139
Chicago, Lake Shore & Eastern RR: 159/54
Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend Ry: 151/21
"Chicago Locomotive Builders," by John White, 122/52-60
Chicago Locomotive Works: history, 122/53-60; mention, 8/31
Chicago, Madison & Northern RR: involvement with Wisconsin Central RR,
      54/60-61, 62, 66; 140/5, locos., 13, 28; Wis/46
Chicago, Memphis & Gulf RR: 140/5, locos., 34, 82
Chicago, Milwaukee & Gary RR: 136/16,22,locos., 39, 85, 102
Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound RR: 136/22; 179/71
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RR (and CMStP&PRR): "Evanston Branch of
      the CM&St. Paul," by Hugh Boutell, 32/60; passenger service and locos.,
      44/106-107; "Early History of the . . . ," by H.E. Nichols, 35/77-78; "More
      About the Rhode Island 4-6-2s for the . . . ," 89/163; "The Singular Milwaukee-
      A Profile," by W.H. Schmidt, 136/5-21; "Predecessor Lines of the Milwaukee
      Road," 136/22-27;"Locomotives of the Milwaukee," 136/28-129; 140/120;
      137/94; 138/85; "Previous History of El Paso and Southwestern No. 1
      and Something of Her Contemporaries on the St. Paul," by L.A. Curtis,
      15/60-63; passenger train colors, 4/28; Chicago Union Station, 49/101-104;
      involvement with Wisconsin Central RR, 54/ 38, 54, 56, 58; Prairie du
      Chien pontoon bridge, 58/46-54; upper Michigan copper mines, 111/52, 58;
      early 4-6-2s, 68/61, 66; 88/95; acquisition of Bellingham Bay and British
      Columbia RR, 84/17-18; acquisition of Oconto & South Western RR, 121/27;
      acquisition of Milwaukee & Northern RR, 121/29; USRA freight cars, 128/19,
      29-33; Iowa construction, 132/76-80, mileage growth 1884-1907, 136/134;
      musical whistles, 136/21; Hiawatha passenger train, 136/18-19; loco. notes
      93/104; history, Wis/20-32; involement with Mason City and Fort Dodge
      RR,: 146/16; operation at Fond du Lac, 135/6, 8; speed run, July 1934,
      136/24; emblem 153/48; to Spirit Lake, IA,163/74ff; "A Point in Time on the
      Milwaukee Road: The Custer Creek Olympian  Tragedy, June 19, 1938," by
      Ralph S. Podas, 166/34-56; prairie fire legal case, 172/44-49; loco., 175/119, 121;
      involvement with Minnesota Central, 176/57; "Railroading on the Pioneer Route of the
      Milwaukee Road: The Dan Paine Story," by Ralph S. Podas, 178/77-106; "A
      Comparative Case Study of Immigrant Contract Labor on the Milwaukee Road," by
      Mark: McGarvie, 179/69-87
Chicago, Missouri & Western RR: 156/57
Chicago-New York Electric Air Line: 174/66
Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee RR piggy back, 151/33, 35, 59
Chicago, Palatine & Western RR: 136/79
Chicago, Pekin & South Western RR: roster, 75/165; loco., 175/131
Chicago Rapid Transit: 175/79-81
Chicago River & Indiana RR: 98/31
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific RR: History of the Suburban Service of the
      Rock Island Railroad in the Chicago Area," by R.E. Stewart, 77/34-66,
      John B. Jervis involvement with Rock Island Bridge, 30/22-23; Peoria track
      purchase, 31/35; "The Silver Engine", 38/58-59; loco. America, 11/27;
      104/54-59; LaSalle Street Station, 50/84-87; Mississippi River Bridge, 56/55-63,
      involvement in Oklahoma, 60/12, 13, 14, 17, 23-24, 40-43; involvement with
      Central Military Tract RR, 76/10-11; mileages 1851-1854, 88/74; USRA
      freight cars, 128/28-33; loco. 152/81; emblems 153/56, 70; locos. 154/66, 74;
      175/131; "[First Person:] Liquidating the Rock," by Richard J. Lane, 181/103-112"; 48-55
      [Afterword:] A Bankruptcy That Revived an Industry," by Michael W. Blaszak,
      181/113-115; Mudge presidency: 182/10, 14-19; involvement with Michigan Southern,
      183/21ff; "Lincoln for the Defense,", by David A. Pfeiffer 200/
Chicago, Saginaw & Canada RR: 129/20
Chicago, St. Charles & Mississippi Air Line RR: 27/20,21,22; 44/84; 95/68-72
Chicago, St. Louis & New Orleans RR: 32; 140/5, 1Ocos., 13, 14,73,75,76
Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh RR: 141/35, locos., 49-55
Chicago, St. Louis & Western RR: locos., 75/164-165, 22, 35, 92; SF/16
Chicago, St. Paul & Fond du Lac RR: 31/47, 48; 135/5; Wis/8, 14; CNW/7-8,
      loco., 21
Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City RR: 54/60-61, 62, 63; 132/78; history, 146/13-18;
      154/34; 176/57
Chicago, St. Paul & Minneapolis RR: 154/20
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha RR: Charles Rowell, 29/20;
      involvement with Wisconsin Central RR at Chippewa Falls, 54/56; loco. note,
      52/68; largest 4-6-2s, 68/72; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; history, Wis/33-37;
      "Three Components of the Chicago & Northwestern: The Omaha Road, The
      Louie, and the Great Weedy," by H. RogerGrant, 154/17-39, "Locomotives of
      the ...", 40-61
Chicago, Santa Fe & California RR: 132/78; 75/22; SF/16
Chicago Short Line RR: 88/96
Chicago, South Shore & South Bend RR: 151/33,60,62,67
Chicago Southern RR: 136/24, locos., 62, 80, 102; 118/11, 14, 19,
      photo between 16 and 17
Chicago, Springfield & St. Louis RR: 2-10-0, 124/73, 74; mention, 140/33
Chicago Terminal Transfer Co.: 54/65; 73/58-59, 60, 62; 118/11, 12, 19, photos
      between 16 and 17
Chicago, Terre Haute & Southeastern RR: locos., 136/39, 43, 44, 56, 58, 62, 80,
      102; history, 136/16, 24; mention, 73/58
Chicago Transit Authority: 175/81-88
Chicago Tunnel Co.: "The . . . ," by H.T. Crittenden, 59/21-27
"Chicago Union Station Company," by A. B. Olson, 49/101-104
Chicago Union Terminal: SF/l6
Chicago Warehouse & Terminal Co.: 59/22
Chicago, Wisconsin & Minnesota RR: 54/59, 76;Wis/68
Chicago, Wisconsin & Northern RR: 54/59; Wis/64, 68
Chickasha Terminal Ry: 60/34
"The China Basin," 139/77
Chino Valley Ry: 99/26
Chippewa Falls & Northern Ry: Wis/33, 36
Chippewa Falls & Western RR: 54/38-39, 49,50, 71; Wis/64, 67; 154/20
Chippewa Valley & North Western RR: Wis/34, 37; 154/20
Chippewa Valley & Superior Ry: Wis/21, 31
Choctaw Coal & Ry Co.: 60/42, photo, 25
Choctaw Lbr. Co.: 94/33
Choctaw, Newcastle & Western RR: 60/14, 44
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf RR: 60/42, 43-44, photos, 25, 28
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Western RR: 60/41
Choctaw Northern RR: 60/42
Christiansen Lbr. Co.: 113/77
Chronology: opening dates of railroads, 1825-1859, 9/35-40; "100 Years of
      New England Major Events, 1826-1926," by Warren Jacobs, 17/15-28;
      "A Chronology of Iowa Railroads," by D.L. Hofsommer, 132/70-83
"The Church Hill Tunnel," by W.S. Griggs, 135/43-58
"The Cincinnati, a Pioneer Southern Ry Locomotive," 17/79-80
Cincinnati & Eastern RR: 52/31
Cincinnati & Hamilton RR: 96/80
Cincinnati & Indiana RR: 132/14
Cincinnati & Indiana Western RR: 114/7
Cincinnati & Lake Erie RR: 151/34
Cincinnati & Mackinaw RR: 111/11
Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley RR: 141/34, 35, locos., 58-59; 137/16
Cincinnati & Richmond RR: 141/35
Cincinnati & Springfield RR: 16/31, 32
Cincinnati & Zanesville RR: 137/14-15
Cincinnati, Batavia & Williamsburg RR: 52/31
Cincmnati, Bluffton & Chicago RR: 49/63
Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap & Charleston RR: 68/14-22, 25-26
Cincinnati, Dayton & Chicago RR: 96/80
Cincinnati, Dayton & Ironton RR: 96/80
Cincinnati, Georgetown & Portsmouth RR: 49/63
Cincmnati, Hamilton & Dayton RR: "The ...," by C.E. Fisher, 96/80-82; involvement with
      Wisconsin Central RR, 54/116; control of Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR,
      114/8, 9; Cincinnati station, 132/10-13, 16, 30; involvement with Cincinnati,
      Wilmington & Zanesville RR, 137/10; 1867 accident at slow speed: 184/58-60;
      mention, 151/42
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Indianapolis RR: 96/80
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago RR: Cincinnati terminal, 132/23-26
Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western RR: USRA freight cars, 128/18, 19, 28;
      119/56
Cincinnati, Lawrenceburg & Aurora RR: 151/34
Cincinnati, Lebanon & Northern RR: 132/22; 134/93
Cincinnati, Logansport & Chicago RR: 141/35, loco., 49
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific RR: loco. 158/133; 180/139
Cincinnati Northern RR: Cincinnati station, 132/22-23; 94/126
"Cincinnati Passenger Stations Before 1930," by C.W. Condit, 132/36
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, & Virginia RR: 52/31; 148/87
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago RR: 96/80
Cincinnati, Richmond & Muncie RR: 114/6, 14
Cincinnati, Rockport & South Western RR: 16/42;49/71
Cincinnati, Saginaw & Mackinaw RR: locos., 147/94, 129, 140, 157
Cincinnati Southern RR: Kentucky River bridge, 31/18; shooting a brakeman,
      1882, 128/75; mention,5/12
Cincinnati Union Terminal Co.: 132/32
Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan RR: Urbana, l11., depot, 140/118
Cincinnati, Washington & Baltimore RR: Cincinnati station, 132/26-27
Cincinnati, Wilmington & Zanesville RR: "Erasmus Gest and the .. .," by C.R.
      Schultz, 137/5-19; 141/36, locos., 59
City of Los Angeles passenger train: 133/107; 145/54
City of Prineville Ry: 143/72
City Point RR: locos. 1838, 6/31; 62/56; history and locos. 1841, 101/28;
      roster, 52/29, 32
City Point & Petersburgh RR: 108/53
Civil War: "The Capture of the General," by H.P. Yeaton, 3/34-44; "Railroads
      and the Confederacy," by R.S. Henry, 40/46-52; "A Common Carrier of the
      South Before and During the War," by C.G. Woodward, 44/48-63; "The
      United States Military Railroads," by C.E. Fisher (operation of trains,
      railroads used), 59/54-76; "Andrews Raid," poem by Carrie W. Smith,
      62/21-43; "The Virginia Southwestern RR System at War 1861-1865," by C.W.
      Turner, 71/71-84; "Jacking up Locomotive Bells," 102/44-45; "The
      Confederates Gather Steam," by E.B. Bruns, 104/7-3D; "The Andrews Raid,"
      by W.G. Kurtz, 106/6-18; "An Unpublished Account of the Great Locomotive
      Chase," by J.G. Bogle, 123/55-57; "A Civil War Iron Clad Car," 130/51-54;
      "Georgia Railroads During Reconstruction Years," by J.F. Stover,
      134/56-65; "The Greenback Raid," by J.H. White, 146/41-46 (Col. J. Mosby, 1864,
      wrecking and robbing a B&O train at Quincy siding); Civil War train operation,
      7/68-70; effect of war on Florida railroads, 86/28-32; North Missouri RR,
      133/9; Southern railroads, Vicksburg area, 144/43-44; Richmond, Fredericksburg
      & Potomac RR reconstruction, 117/34-47;mention, 105/26; "A Southern Railroad at
      War: The North Carolina Railroad and the Confederacy," by Allen W. Trelease,
      164/5-41; "Progress and Slavery on the South's Railroads," by Steven G. Collins,
      181/6-25
"The Clang of the Bells," by L.R. Andrews, 2/43
Clarendon-Pittsford RR: roster, 100/66; loco. notes, 90/98; photos,
      100/between 64 and 65
Clarinda & St. Louis RR: 133/53
Clarinda, College Springs & South Western RR: 132/76
Clarion River RR: history, 92/55-62; roster, 92/59-60; mention, 61/82; 64/35,
      36, 37, 41; 81/37
"The Class R Locomotives on the Pennsylvania Railroad," by C.B. Chaney, 68/57-60
Clearfield & Jefferson Ry., 158/112-113
Clearfield & Mahoning RR: locos., 119/37, 43; mention, 81/33; 84/50
Clearfield Southern RR: 96/35
Cleveland & Canton RR: loco. notes, 8/56, 65ff; 46/41, 44, 45; 185/68-69, 74, 76-77
Cleveland & Eastern RR: 141/42
Cleveland & Mahoning RR: 71/44-45; locos., 42, 59, 62
Cleveland & Mahoning Valley RR: 131/10, locos. 42,59, 62
Cleveland & Marietta RR: locos., 185/73
Cleveland & Pittsburgh RR: 43/64; 69/86; 108/68
Cleveland & South Western Ry: 151/22
Cleveland & Toledo RR: 134/35-36
Cleveland Belt & Terminal RR: 185/69, 77
Cleveland, Canton & Southern RR: 185/67-69, 76-77
Cleveland, Chagrin Falls & Northern RR: 185/70
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis RR: "Big Man of the Big Four: M.E.
      Ingalls," by J.P. Jones, 130/41-50; train service at Toledo, 1910s, 41/46-48;
      USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; mention, 16/33; 53/41; locos. 152/93; 172/61;
      180/139
Cleveland Cliffs Iron Co.: 98/28, 30, 31
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati RR: history and early loco. data, 16/23-27;
      mention, 108/72
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincmnati & Indianapolis RR: history and loco. record,
      16/23-37; mention, 130/46
Cleveland, Delphos & St. Louis RR: 148/37
Cleveland Frog & Switch Co.: 162/75
Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling RR: 141/41
Cleveland, Painesville & Ashtabula RR: 16/24, 27; 69/86; 108/68
Cliffside RR: loco. 162/69, 72
Clinchfield RR: see Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio RR
Clinton & Dubuque RR: 136/24
Clinton & Oklahoma Western RR: 60/1719; 22-23, 36; locos., 75/22, 133-134;
      SF/16
Clinton & Port Hudson RR: Bury loco., 18/58-59; loco. 1838, 62/60; history
      and loco. 1841, 101/28-29; 140/5, loco., 98
Clinton & Vicksburg RR: 140/5, loco., 12
Clinton, Davenport & Muscatine RR: 132/79
"Closing the Gap: The Coast Line and its Bridges in Ventura and Santa Barbara
      Counties," by N. Lawler, 145/87-105
Cloudcroft Land & Lbr. Co.: 94/131
Clove Branch RR: history, 119/22, 25, photo between 32 and 33; loco. Gen.
      Sehultz, photo, 34/24-25
Clove Valley RR: 119/13-14
Clover Hill RR: 114/48; loco., 130/69
"The Clover Leaf" by C.E. Fisher, 97/73-75
Cloverdale & Ukiah RR: 29/29
Coal: "The Story of Anthracite," by W.J. Cought, 61 jS5, 61; discovery, 107/86
Coal & Coke Ry: 113/l9
Coal & Iron Ry.: 113/21, 24-27; 109/31-32; 155/74-75
Coalport RR: 108/7
Coeur d'Alene & Spokane Ry: 145/110; 151/38
Cocur d'Alene Ry & Nav. Co.: 110/S8
Coffin feedwater heater: 73/66
"The 'Coldwater' is Born," by F.C. Cliffe, 119/67-71
Cole compound loco.: 68/67
Coleman versus the New Haven RR: 103/41-46
Colonel's Island RR: loco., 180/140
Colonial Iron Co.: 162/70
Colorado: "The Narrow Gauge Railroads of. . . ," by L. Beebe, 67A/7-44
Colorado & Northwestern Ry: history, 65/43-58; roster, 65/58
Colorado & South Eastern RR: 77/24
Colorado & Southern RR: control of Colorado Midland RR, 36/27-38; agreement
      with Colorado & Northwestern RR, 65/49-50, 53; acquisition of Gilpin
      County Tramway, 57/96-97; narrow gauge loco. records, 74/23ff; roster,
      75/34; mention, 113/37; Q1/58; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33
Colorado & Wyoming RR: 77/22; loco. 162/73, 74
Colorado Central RR: loco. notes, 74/30; 149/61, 62
Colorado Fuel & Iron Co.: 162/73, 74, 74
Colorado Eastern RR: 77/16
Colorado, Kansas & Oklahoma RR: 49/63
Colorado Midland RR: "The . . . ," by Carl R. Graves, 36/5-46; equipment
      roster, 36/42-44; Busk-lvanhoe tunnel, 36/lS-17; Hagerman tunnel, 36/8, 13;
      Santa Fe acquisition, 36/19; bankruptcy, 36/21-23, 30-31; control by Colorado
      & Southern RR, Rio Grande Western RR, and Minneapolis & St. Louis RR,
      36/27-28; involvement with Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, 36/29;
      mention, 49/63
Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District RR: 49/64; emblem 153/38; 160/28ff
Colorado Vaucy RR: 95/15
Columbia & Millstadt RR: 157/96
Columbia & Puget Sound RR: 103/54; 110/66; 114/38; 143/9, loco., 46;
      149/59
Columbia & Red Mountain Ry: 143/9, loco., 72
Columbia Iron Mining Co.'s RR: 50/16 (New York State)
Columbia, Lumberton, & Gulf RR: 140/6, loco., 102
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens RR: "Strategic Short Line," by James R. Fair, 186/68-87
Columbia River Lbr. Co.: 83/24
Columbia Steel Co.: 159/60, 64
Columbus & Gallipolis Ry: 53/23
Columbus & Greenville RR: locos. 157/100, 102; 174/91
Columbus & Hocking Valley RR: 53/21ff; roster, 53/28-39; 98/79
Columbus & Indiana Central RR: 141/36, loco., 51
Columbus & Indianapolis Central RR: 141/36,loco., 51
Columbus & Maysville RR: 52/31
Columbus & Shelby RR: 123/28
Columbus & Sunday Creek Valley RR: 99/57
Columbus & Toledo RR: 53/22; roster, 53/28-29; mention, 98/79
Columbus & Xenia RR: 141/36, locos., 46, 47
Columbus, Chicago & Indiana Central RR: 146/36, loco., 51
Columbus, Hocking Valley & Toledo Ry: 53/23-25; 98/79; roster, 53/28-29
Columbus, New Albany & Johnstown Traction Co.: 174/65
Columbus, Urbana & Western Electric Ry.: 174/65
Colusa & Lake Ry: 94/126
Colusa Southern RR: 94/127
"Comments on the System and Shop Practices of the Baldwin Locomotive Works," by
      Brown and Vauclain, 173/102-141
Comet (New Haven high-speed train), 154/116
"The Comet and Catawissa," by George M. Hart, 46/32-33
Commercial Freight Ry: 120/17
"A Common Carrier of the South Before and During the War," by C.G.
      Woodward, 44148-63
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: loco. notes, 10/42
"Commonwealth B&P RR," by Weston Holme, 5/39-58 (Boston & Providence
      RR)
Competition: 1860s with steam boats, 44/60; 1930s, 125/22-24, 26-27;
      1950s, 125/4243
Commuter service: see Suburban service
"A Comparative Case Study of Immigrant Contract Labor on the Milwaukee Road," by
      Mark: McGarvie, 179/69-87
Complete Combustion Co.: 9/13-14
Concho, San Saba & Llano Valley RR: 75/23, 39; SF/16
Concord RR: roster, 35/62-64, 74-75; passenger car, 138/46; mention, 17/16,
      24; 20/66; 29/18; 132/59, 69; 136/12; photos, 35/68,72,73
Concord & Claremont RR: 29/12
Concord & Montreal RR: 1855 notice of trains, 5/61; roster, 35/65-68; photos,
      35/69; 4-4-2, 62/15; mention, 17/24, 25
Concord & Portsmouth RR: 17/18; loco. data, 35/64
Concord, Manchester & Lawrence RR: 1861 rules, 50/35
Condon Lane Boom & Lbr. Co.: 109/photo between 32 and 33
Conemaugh & Black Lick RR: 120/16: locos. 152/104; 155/97
Confederacy: see Civil War
"The Confederates Gather Steam," by E.B. Burns, 10/7-30
Connecticut Co.: 26/26
Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers RR: "The . . . ," by John S. Kendall,
      49/23-31; roster, 49/32; 32/30-35; loco. note notes, 34/56; 49/19; mention,
      VC/27-28; 49/10, 12, 14, 15; 100/64
Connecticut Central RR: loco., 49/77
Connecticut River RR: roster, 32/35-38; loco. Ashuelot, 15/17, loco. notes,
      58, 60; 109/53; "Daniel L. Harris," by C.E. Fisher, 32/7-14; mention, 17/16,
      17, 24; involvement with Central Vermont RR, VC/43-44; Philadelphia &
      Reading RR control, 119/23
Connecticut Western RR: history, 50/7-8; roster, 50/21; history, 119/7, 9, 14-15,
      16-17, photo between 32 and 33; Farmington River bridge wreck, 119/16-17;
      notes, 124/78; 44/66, 69; 17/20
Connectiing Ry: 96/45 (Philadelphia)
ConnellsviBe & State Line Ry: 85/20, 21
"The Connellsville Extension of the Western Maryland Ry," by W.R. Hicks,
      85/19-25
Conner Lbr. Co., R.: 154/43
Connotton Valley RR: 94/55; 185/70, 74
Conrail: loco. 152/104; emblem 153/69
Conroe Lbr. Co.: 61A/42
Consolidated Ice Co.: 162/66
Consolidated RR Co. of Vermont: VC/41
Consolidated Water Power & Paper Co.: 54/163
"A Contemporary Account of the Union Pacific Railroad" (June 22,1867),
      120/77-81
Continental Iron & Steel Co.: 177/144
"The Continued Neglect of the Diesel Locomotive," by Maury Klein, Dsl/6-15; 183/152
"Continuous Rail," by H.S. Clarke, 49/95/100
Conway Co.: 146/89
Conway Lumber Co.: 162/67
Conway Scenic RR: loco. 152/81, 83
Cooke, Jay, & Co.: failure, 1873, 80/16; 117/18-19; VC/33
Cooke Locomotive Works: history, 11/28-30
Cooper, C., & Co.: 8/31 (loco. builder)
Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley RR: loco., 175/119
Coos Bay, Roseburg & Eastern RR: 94/19, locos., 78, 86, 128; SP/15, 63
Coos Valley RR: 99/44, 45; 152/51
Copake Iron Works: 162/77
Copper Belt By: 77/30
Copper Range RR: 72/105, 110
Copper River & Northwestern RR: 119/56; 168/51-70; 170/102-103
Cornelia & Gila Bend RR: 120/68
Corning & Blossburg RR: 55/48; locos., 58/69; 62/54
Corning, Cowanesque & Antrim RR: 55/ 50; 96/27
Corning, Cowanesque & Antrim and Tioga RR Telegraph Co.: 55/49
Cornwall & Lebanon RR: narrow gauge, 57/99-102; mention, 57/99
Cornwall Valley RR: 83/35
Coronado RR: history and loco.,71/10-12, 17, 20; mention, 123/71,72, 76; loco. 162/64
"Corporate History of the Lehigh Valley Railroad," by H.H. Harwood, 126/5-36
Corpses, transportation of: 132/94
Corvallis & Alsea River RR: 94/128
Corvallis & Eastern RR: 94/13, 19, loco., 78; SP/63, 99, 109
Coshocton & Southern RR: 185/68, 70
Coshocton, Otsego & Eastern RR: 185/70, 95
Costs: 1850 construction and equipment costs on Penobscot & Kennebec RR,
      3/46-47; 1856 loco. and car costs, 9/31-32; 1840s track construction costs in New
      England, 19/9; railroads and canals, 1820s, 30/31; 1855 loco. costs, 53/64-66; 1828
      construction costs, 53/46-53; costs for different track gauges, 88/84, 141/77; costs for
      different types of locos. on Katy RR, 1870-1920, 63/118-119; track and equipment
      costs, 1913 and 1923, 134/118; freight and passenger cars, 1870s, 138/39, 41; cars
      1930s, 138/62, 63
Cotton Belt: see St. Louis-Southwestern RR
Coudersport & Wellsboro RR: 49/34; 70/59
Council City & Solomon River RR: 183/102-107
Council Bluffs & St. Joseph RR: Q2/55
Council Bluffs & St. Louis RR: 132/76; 133/10, 18, 31
Council River & Solomon RR: 46/51
"Country Carrier of the Poconos: The Delaware Valley Railroad," by James N.J.
      Henwood, 174/26-50
"Covered Wagons and Geeps," by J. Parker Lamb, Dsl/111-123
Covington & Lexiington RR: locos., 5/15; mention, 102/7
Covington, Columbus & Black Hills RR: 140/98; mention 152/14
Covington Locomotive Works: 8/30
Cowanesque Valley RR: 55/50
Cowcatchers: see Pilots
Cowles, Sickles & Co.: 8/30 (loco. builder)
Crabtree Coal Co.: 177/104
Crampton locos.: 114/27-29
Crane Iron Co.: 103/63 (loco. builder)
Crawford County RR: 60/33
Crawfordsville & Wabash RR: 70/26-27
Crescent City RR: 94/65
Creston & Northern RR: 132/76
Cripple Creek & Colorado Springs RR: 36/21
Cripple Creek Central Ry: 36/21
Crooked Creek RR: 132/75
"'Crookedest Railroad in the World' - Who Says So?," by Ted: Wurm,
      160/22-49; 161/98
Crosby Bonds Lbr. Co.: 140/27
Crosbyton South Plains RR: 75/23, 39; SF/16
Cross Creek RR: 185/70
Cross Fork RR: 49/34; 70/59
Crossett Lbr. Co.: 144/66, 119/52
Crystal River & San Juan RR: 77/23
Crystal River Rock Co.: 157/100
CSX: locos., 177/106
"Culture Clash: Diesel vs. Tradition," by Robert Aldag, Dsl/89-99; 183/153
Culver & Port Clinton RR: CNW/35
Cumberland RR: 108/7-10, 17-18
Cumberland & Manchester RR: 84/50; 119/56
Cumberland & Ohio RR: 102/15, 17
Cumberland & Pennsylvania RR: "The . . . ," by W.R. Hicks, 66/37-44; roster,
      66/45-50; shops, locos. built, 141/20, 23; 53/30, mention, 9, 10, 17, 26-27;
      155/79-80, , locos. 109-110
Cumberland & Washington RR: 122/57
Cumberland Coal Co.: 147/126
Cumberland Valley RR: locos., 1838, 6/28; 62/52; history and locos., 1840,
      101/29; 102/52; dividends, 132/64, 69
Currier & Ives, list of train prints: 35/46-47
Curwensville & Bower RR: 96/35
Cushing Traction Co.: 60/35
Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co.: 8/30 (loco. builder)
Cuyahoga Valley RR: loco. 159/70
"The Cylinder Cars," by George Zabriskie, 97169-72
Cylindrical Steel Car Co.: 46/9; 47/111


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