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"[Preservation Topics:] Ice Bound," by John H. White, Jr., 183/102-107; 184/144-145; 185/104
Idaho & Washington Northern RR: 136/25, locos., 32, 40, 41, 59, 108
Idaho Central RR: 53/37-38
Idaho, Salt Lake and Columbia River RR: 53/31
Illinois & Southern Iowa RR: 93/116; 133/14-15, 32
Illinois & Wisconsin RR: CNW/7, 8
Illinois Central RR: predecessor lines, 140/5-9; all-time roster, 140/10-114;
       142/93-94; "The . . . System," by W.O. Moody, 3/30-33; "History of . . .
       Passenger Stations on the Chicago Lake Front," by C.H. Mottier, 43/69-76;
       "The ... Suburban Service During Steam Operation," by C.B. Meden,
       66/28-36; "1.C. Train Makes 103 Miles an Hour," 140/138; mvolvement with
       Baltimore & Ohio RR, 73/59; with Galena & Chicago Union RR, 27/17,
       18, 21, 22; with Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR, 114/10, 11; with St.
       Charles Air Line Ry, 95/68-73; with Texas & St. Louis RR, 148/32, 40;
       with Wisconsin Central RR, 54/60-61, 62, 66, 86; connection with Michigan
       Central RR, 19/11, 13, 14, 21; connection with CB&Q RR, 24/4, 5, 14;
       Green Diamond, 140/138; 145/61, 68; largest loco. in the world, No. 640
       (1899), 18/57-58; "01d Bury Engime," by W.O. Moody, 18/58-59 (loco. boiler
       found in 1920s); Worlds Fair of 1893, 105/35; Chicago terminal, 120/32-36;
       USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; modern steam locos., 129/6-7, 17; loco.
       engineer's funeral (1882), 126/111; mention, 11/18-19; 113/36; 132/70, 72,
       78; Wis/46; emblems: 153/49; mention 155/7; support for Good Roads, 155/39;
       loco. 158/123; "The and the Growth of Illinois and Chicago in the 1850s,"
       by John F.:Stover, 159/39-50; 1942 trip, 171/98ff; involvement with Michigan
       Central, 183/21ff
Illinois Central Gulf RR: 156/57, 83
Illinois Grand Trunk RR: 24/30, 32
Illinois Imp. Ballast Co. 159/56, 59
Illinois, Iowa & Minnesota RR: 136/25, loco., 102
Illinois Midland Ry: loco. A.G. Hunter operation in 1876, 41/17-18
Illinois Southern Ry: 122/37
Illinois Steel Co.: 159/56
Illinois Terminal Ry: 151/61; "The . . .: Corporate Structure and Steam
       Power," by W.D. Edson, 145/106-109; steam roster, 145/108-109;
       emblems 153/39, 62; loco. 156/67; loco. 158/145
Illinois Traction Co.: 151/21, 27, 46, 60, 65-66
Illinois Tunnel Co.: 59/21-23
Ilwaco Ry & Nav. Co.: 94/126,127
"Images of the Pacific Electric: Why Memories Matter," by Robert C. Post, 179/31-68;
       182/135-136
Imlay, Richard: 138/7
"The Impact of the Great Northern Railway on Settlement in Northern
       Montana, 1880-1920," by D.H. Hickcox, 148/58-67
Imperial Valley RR: 94/3 3
"An Important and Historic Transportation Route," by J.H. Griffith, 38/60-61
"The Importation, Use and Disposition of the First Steam Locomotives in the
       Western Hemisphere," by W.J. Coughtry, 107/86-96
"In and Around Broad Street Station" (Phila., 1887), 139/87
"In Praise of Buffs and Other Matter," by David H. Hickcox, 153/13-16 (Guest editorial)
Incline planes: see Planes
Independence and Monmouth RR: 94/63, 70
Indexes (to RRH): "Fifty Year Index," by D.W. Yungmeyer, 125/67; "Biennial index,"
       by George M. Jenks, 130/126, 134/112, 138/104, 142/123, 150/148; 154/164;
       158/235; 162/156; 166/165; 170/132; 174/119; "Ten-Year Index, 1971-1981," by
       George M. Jenks, 145/137
Indian Valley RR: 77/25
Indiana RR: 175/72-79
Indiana & Illinois Southern RR: 86/92; 131/49, 52; 140/6, locos., 12, 87
Indiana Central RR: 92/104; 141/37, loco., 49
Indiana, Illinois & Iowa RR: 87/73-74
Indiana Northern RR: 133/90
Indianapolis & Bellefontaine RR: 16/28, 29
Indianapolis & Cincinnati RR: Cincinnati facilities, 132/14-18, 23
Indianapolis & Louisville RR: 70/30
Indianapolis & Louisville Traction Co.: 151/23
Indianapolis & Madison RR: 123/29
Indianapolis & Northwestern Traction Co.: 174/51-52
Indianapolis & St. Louis RR: 16/32; 92/ 104
Indianapolis, Bloomington & Western RR: 133/67
Indianapolis Car Works: 138/25, 33
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RR: 130/42, 43
Indianapolis, Delphi & Chicago RR: 148/37
Indianapolis Nor. Trac. Co.: loco. 162/75
Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago RR: 133/32, locos., 38, 60
Indianapolis, Pittsburgh & Cleveland RR: 16/30, 31
Indianapolis Southern RR: 140/6, locos., 28,40,79
Indianapolis Union Passenger Depot: 137/37
Indianola, Iowa & Minnesota RR: 132/74
"Industrial Design Speeds Forward," by Jeffrey L. Meikle, Dsl/62-72
Industrial Lbr. Co.: 94/32
"The Influence of the Schuylkill Navigation Canal," by E.J. Heydinger,
       106/32-36
"Informal History of the Williamstown and Redfield RR," by R.F. Palmer,
       114/53-57
Ingalls, White Rapids & Northern RR, 118/7
"Initials, Brickbats, and Sobriquets," by F.S. Graham, 118/88-89 (RR
       nicknames)
Inland Empire RR: 143/11, loco., 120
Inland Steel Co., 159/67, 70
"The Inside Story of the Dome," by Ric Morgan, 191/12-25
Inter-California Ry: 71/15
"An interesting Locomotive of Thirty Years Ago," 18/57-58 (IC RR No. 640)
"Interesting Notes," by H.A. Freeman, 6/43
Intermountain Ry: 65/45
International American Congress: 1889 special train, 70/76-79
International & Great Northern RR: MKT locos., 63/54
International & Megantic Ry: 83/25
"The International Bridge," 23/68-72
International Ferry Co.: 162/63
International Lbr. Co.: 93/96
International Mineral & Chemical Co.., Ltd.: 152/81
Interstate Commerce Commission: valuation records, 157/116-118; 160/136;
       163/93-102; locomotive inspection records, 175/132-134
Interstate Public Service Co.: 151/45
Interstate Transfer Ry: Wis/47
Inter-Urban Ry: 132/79
Interurban railways: "Electric Railway Freight," by William D. Middleton,
       151/16-69
"The Invention of Railroad Time," by l.R. Bartky, 148/13-22
Iola & Northern RR: 115/54-57, locos., 66, 73; Wis/43, 44
Iola & St. Joseph Canal & RR Co.: 86/11, 19-20; history and loco., 101/36
Ionia & Lansing RR: 129/19
Ionia & Stanton RR: 129/20
Iowa Railroads: "A ChronologY Of ... ," by D.L. Hofsommer, 132/70-83
Iowa & Dakota Ry: 132/81
Iowa & Omaha Short Line RR: 132/80
Iowa & St. Louis RR: 49/55; 132/79; Q1/10, 33,59; Q2/42, 71
Iowa Central RR: 31/34, 35, locos., 42-45; emblems 153/46; 154/26, 28
Iowa Central & North Western RR: 132/76
Iowa Central & Western RR: 31/35; 132/76, 78; 154/28
Iowa Falls & Sioux City RR: 132/74; 154/20
Iowa Midland RR: 132/74
Iowa, Minnesota & Northwestern RR: 132/78
Iowa Northern RR: 132/77, 81
Iowa Portland Cement Co.: 154/94
Iowa River Ry: 132/74
Iowa Southern RR: 132/81
Iowa South Western Ry: 132/81
Iriquois Coal Co.: 162/66
Iron & Steel Products Co.: 177/104
"Iron Brothers-The Crooks and the Rice," by W.F. Becker, 107/12-27
"The Iron Horse and the Days of Gold," by G.H. Kneiss, 29/44-54
Iron Mountain RR: St. Louis station, 120/39, 40
Iron Mountain RR (Mich.): 111/12-14, 19
Iron Mountain Ry (Mich.): 111/10, 13
Iron Mountain & Wisconsin RR: 111/11
Ironton RR: 67/31, 103; 118/49
Itasca RR: 93/104
Ithaca & Athens RR: 126/38, 61
Ithaca & Cortland RR: 40/18
Ithaca & Owego RR: locos. 1840, 62/49; history and locos. 1842, 101/37;
       72/29-31; mention, 50/62, 65; 72/9
Ithaca, Auburn & Western RR: 40/19; 122/79-80
"The Ithaca-Auburn Short Line," by John D. Denney, 84/25-35


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