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The property of the Little Rock Junction Railway consists of a bridge across the Arkansas River at Little Rock, Ark., together with 0.420 mile of single-track railroad extending from a connection with the Missouri Pacific's main line at Argenta, over the bridge, to East Little Rock, Ark.


CORPORATE HISTORY

The Little Rock Junction Railway was incorporated December 8, 1883, under the general laws of Arkansas, for the purpose of constructing and operating a railroad from a point in the city of Little Rock, Ark., thence across the Arkansas River to a point at or near Baring Cross, Ark., about 2 miles. The date of organization was not determined.

DEVELOPMENT OF FIXED PHYSICAL PROPERTY

The owned property, 0.42 mile of road and a bridge across the Arkansas River, were acquired by construction which was completed December 9, 1884.

HISTORY OF CORPORATE FINANCING