Ohio Rail Road stock certificates - different (105197)

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Ohio Rail Road stock certificates - different   (105197)
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9 Rail Road stock certificates from Ohio including Little Miami RR (1), Mobile & Ohio RR Co. (5) and Mahoning Coal RR (3). Little Miami Railroad was a railway of southwestern Ohio. Ran from eastern side of Cincinnati to Springfield. Merged with the Columbus and Xenia Railroad to create 1st rail route from Cincinnati to Columbus. Little Miami was incorp. on March 11, 1836. 1st unpaid president was Jeremiah Morrow, governor of Ohio. 2nd railroad incorporated in Ohio. Mobile & Ohio Railroad was a railroad in Southern U.S. Chartered in Jan. and Feb. 1848 by the states of Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. Planned to span the distance between the seaport of Mobile, Alabama and the Ohio River near Cairo, Illinois. Sept. 13, 1940 merged with the Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railroad to form the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad. At the end of 1925 it operated 1,161 miles of road and 1,536 miles of track, reported 1785 million ton-miles of revenue freight and 49 million passenger-miles. Mahoning Coal Railroad was a line in the U.S. states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, incorp. in 1871. Linked Ohio towns of Youngstown with Andover with major branch into Sharon and several small branches and spurs to coal mines and iron works along the Ohio-Pennsylvania border. New York Central merged with the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1968 to create Penn Central. Lot of track was abandoned but bankruptcy of Penn Central in 1970 caused the MCR's dissolution on Jan. 7, 1982. In 1904 Mahoning Coal Railroad consisted of the 38.31-mile Youngstown-Andover line, the 24.51-mile Mann-Brookfield line, the 6.05-mile Doughton-Sharon combined branch, the 1.95-mile Sharpsville branch, the 0.73-mile Keel Ridge Coal Bank branch and the 0.31-mile Stewart Iron Works branch, totaling 71.86 miles. The Hubbard-Andrews & Hitchcock Iron Works spur was abandoned and the Tyrrel-Vienna branch abandoned and torn up in 1899. The Youngstown-Andover line was abandoned in 1961.