Louisville, New Orleans and Texas Railway

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Louisville, New Orleans and Texas Railway
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Map showing the route of the Louisville, New Orleans, and Texas Railway and its connecting lines
Locale Southern United States
Dates of operation 1888–
Track gauge Standard gauge

The Louisville, New Orleans and Texas Railway was built between 1888 and 1890 and was admitted to the Illinois Central Railroad system in 1892. It ran between Memphis, Tennessee and New Orleans, Louisiana through Vicksburg and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Genealogy [1][edit]

  • Louisville, New Orleans and Texas
    • Clinton and Port Hudson Railroad 1889
    • Mississippi Valley and Ship Island Railroad 1884
      • Grand Gulf and Port Gibson Railroad 1881
    • Mobile and Northwestern Railroad 1891
    • Natchez, Jackson and Columbus Railroad 1890
    • West Feliciana Railway 1889

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References[edit]

  1. ^ RAILROADS IN NORTH AMERICA; Some Historical Facts and An Introduction to an Electronic Database of North American Railroads and Their Evolution by M. C. Hallberg (April 24, 2006) [1]

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