Wikipedia:WikiProject Trains/ICC valuations/Boonville Railroad Bridge Company
The property of The Boonville Railroad Bridge Company, herein called the Boonville Railroad Bridge Company, consists of 0.310 mile of road and a railroad bridge over the Missouri River at Boonville, Mo.
- CORPORATE HISTORY
The Boonville Railroad Bridge Company was incorporated December 19, 1870, under the general laws of the State of Missouri, for the purpose of constructing and operating a toll bridge across the Missouri River from a point in or near Boonville, Mo., to a point in or near Franklin, Mo. The date of its organization was not determined.
- DEVELOPMENT OF FIXED PHYSICAL PROPERTY
The property of the Boonville Railroad Company was acquired by construction under an agreement of September 3, 1873, with the Land Grant Railway and Trust Company. The principal part of the labor and material was furnished by the American Bridge Company subcontractor and the bridge was completed on May 15, 1874.
- HISTORY OF CORPORATE FINANCING