Kentucky railroad stock and bond (105691)

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Kentucky railroad stock and bond   (105691)
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$1,000 Kentucky & Great Eastern Railway Co 7% Gold Coin Bond #1191 w/ 40 coupons. Chartered under the laws of Kentucky, Principal due Feb 15, 1892. 2 vignettes of train and man with barrel. Signed by secretary. Printed: American Bank Note Co. New York & Cincinnati. 9 - cancelled stock certificates @ $100 each for Louisville Railroad Co. Raised company seal at bottom center. Vignette of street car in middle center and allegorical women holding lightening in sky. Assigned. 1 - Cancelled Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis stock of 5 shares #73. Green border, raised co seal. chartered in 1882. Subsidiary of the Louisville and Nashville since 1905. Vignette of women and 2 children feeding a bird on top center of certificate. 2 RN stamps on back. Assigned. Printed: American Bank Note Co. NY. May 29, 1896, Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railway Co. incorp under the laws of Kentucky becoming receiver for Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway building a rail line along the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky to Henderson, Kentucky with trackage rights into St. Louis, Missouri. Railroad built or acquired 186 miles of track and ran as an independent railroad until it came under the control of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in 1929

4 - Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. Chartered by Kentucky in 1850. Operated under same name for 132 years. Survived civil war and economic depression and several waves of social and technological change. Grew from a road with less than 300 miles of track to a 6,000-mile system serving 14 states. Line ran from St. Louis, Memphis, Atlanta and New Orleans. Economically strong throughout its lifetime, operating both freight and passenger trains in a manner that earned it the nickname, "The Old Reliable."