Ohio and Mississippi Railway
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The railroad started in 1854 and paralleled the Cincinnati and Whitewater Canal. Its East St. Louis terminal near the Mississippi River was completed in 1857. It was a founding rail line of the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis.
- Goss, Rev. Charles Frederick (1912). Cincinnati: The Queen City. Cincinnati: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company. pp. 186–187.
- The Rebellion the United States by Jennett Blakeslee Frost - 1862
- Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. IN-5, "Ohio & Mississippi Railroad, Repair Shops, Van Trees & Seventeenth Streets, Washington, Daviess County, IN", 34 photos, 7 data pages, 2 photo caption pages