Great River Road, 2016

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Litchfield and Madison Train Engine Litchfield and Madison engine with just a caboose picking up train orders at Glen Carbon tower on its way to Madison where it will pick up a train going back north. 1950's December 8, 2016
Illinois Terminal Railroad Company Steam Engine No. 20 Illinois Terminal Railroad Company Steam Engine No. 20 with two workers Unknown December 8, 2016
Illinois Central Railroad Steam Engine No. 480 Illinois Central Railroad Steam Engine No. 480 at the Glen Carbon Station Depot. From left to right: Man number 1 is unknown, man number 2 is Will Ammerson and man number 3 is Emery Murphy 1914 December 8, 2016
Illinois Central Railroad Steam Engine No. 2720 I.C.R.R. Steam Engine No. 2720 pulling car of coal Unknown December 8, 2016
Illinois Central Railroad Freight Train Pulled by Engine No. 408 Illinois Central Railroad Freight Train Pulled by Engine No. 408 with railroad workers. Unknown December 8, 2016
Glen Carbon Train Station With Two Men and a Dog Glen Carbon Train Station with two men and a dog standing outside on the platform. Unknown December 8, 2016
Glen Carbon Train Depot Glen Carbon Train Depot with two people standing outside on the platform Unknown December 8, 2016
Commuter Train Passing By Tower House Commuter train passing by tower house Unknown December 8, 2016
Clover Leaf Train Station at Glen Carbon This station was located east of Meridian Road between the tracks just north of Miner Park. The Clover Leaf later became the Nickel Plate Railroad. J. F. Dickman was the railroad agent. Coal mine No. 1 is at the far right. A brick structure of the mine is now occupied as a residence. Meridian road is on the far left. January 1900 December 8, 2016
Clover Leaf Train Station Clover Leaf Train Station right after it was moved to Glen Carbon. The name is not painted on the station yet. Madison Coal Corporation Mine No. 1 is in the background. The man in the photo is J. F. Dickman the railroad agent. January 26, 1900 December 8, 2016