Omaha Southern Railway

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The Omaha Southern Railway was a subsidiary corporation owned by the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. In 1891 the railroad bought a plot of land south of Plattsmouth, Nebraska that caused speculation in the town about the location of a railyard there.[1] The railroad was also subject to a period study of subsidies it received from local and state governments.[2]

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  1. ^ "What does it mean?" Plattsmouth Daily Herald: Excerpts from issues dated September 3 - 8, 1891. Retrieved 8/22/07.
  2. ^ (Tingley, C.E. (1892) "Bond Subsidies to Railroads in Nebraska", Quarterly Journal of Economics. 6(3) pp. 346-352.