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John P. Kohlberg posted
The shadows grow long as Extra 782 West starts across the C&EI at Glover, Ill., on its way back to Champaign - Urbana, June 20, 1967.Note off to the right, the original ITC is gone as the train exercises trackage rights on the P&E.Clyde L. Anderson Negative.Kevan Davis"This tower was closed after a major derailment brought it down around 1971 and the plant was converted into an automatic interlocking. “ by JD "Tuch" Santucci, MPRR Engineer '78-'85Full article reference is here http://trainweb.org/screamingeagle/tuch_chicagosub_1.htmlMark Egebrecht: IT tore up their own line through here in 1955 to DeLong in favor of trackage rights.: IT tore up their own line through here in 1955 to DeLong in favor of trackage rights.
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Adam Liston commented on John's share
great photo. I thought the damage needed fixed for you!
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