CAPTION: MEMPHIS, TENN. Down in Dixie, the financial, industrial, commercial and social capital of the lower Mississippi Valley, is the greatest inland cotton market in the world, the world's largest hardwood lumber producing market and the great distribution center of the Middle South, located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, about midway between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.
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CAPTION:A "Boat-tail" observation in the famous chocolate and orange colors of the Illinois Central. Observation 3305 was photographed June 22, 1968.
Photo: John S. Ingles Collection
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CAPTION:None (Postmarked 1909)
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CAPTION: ILLINOIS CENTRAL GULF 1776. One of eight locomotives in a Bicentennial lineup, ICG 1776 was unique with its yellow nose. This was the second Bicentennial 1776 for the ICG as the first met with an unfortunate grade crossing accident. Chicago, Ill. July 31,1975.
Click Here to Read the Official Railroad Accident Report on the original ICG 1776
Photo by Ray Lackemeyer
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CAPTION: GULF AND MISSISSIPPI 8025 - Illinois Central Gulf sold off some lines in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi and are now operated under the Gulf and Mississippi banner. Former ICG GP10 sports a close match to the last Gulf Mobile & Ohio colors at Columbus, Miss., January 20, 1986.
Photo by John C. Benson
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CAPTION: Illinois Central Railroad EMD E-6 # 4001, Springfield, Illinois, April 30, 1971. Last Run, "Governor's Special"
Photo Courtesy: Richard R. Wallin
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