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Pere Marquette Station Drawings, Vol 3 - Kingsville to Portland

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Stations Kingsville to Portland, arranged in alphabetical order as follows:

Kingsville (5), Lake Odessa (8), Lakeside, Leamington (7), Ludington (2), Meridan, Mich. City (2), Monroe (2), Muskegon (16), New Buffalo, New Richmond, Norwalk, Okemos, Petoskey (10),Port Austin (4), Portland (3). ). -- Number of drawings in () if more than one.

This is a group of drawings, many prepared by Pere Marquette predecessor railroads, that depict combination (passenger and freight) or passenger only station buildings. They were taken from the Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society's (COHS) archives collection.

           

The original linen drawings were given to the C&OHS by the Chessie System Architect's office when it was being disestablished and moved from Huntington, W. Va. to Jacksonville Fla. during the transition to CSX, in 1985. -- Recently, we have been able to have them organized, conserved, indexed, re-housed, and scanned.  We are pleased to make them available.

As with most of the publications under our "DS-" series, we provide this as raw data which can be used by the modeler or historian as though he/she were researching at our facility in Clifton Forge.

Any questions or problems with this CD should be referred to C&OHS by telephoning 540-862-2210 during weekdays 9am-5pm and asking to speak with an archives representative.

Blanket license is granted to the purchaser of this download for private use of these drawings, including printing them for personal use. However, further distribution, sale, or transfer of the digital or printed material based on this download is prohibited. The C&OHS asserts proprietary rights to this material. Contact C&OHS at 540-862-2210 for licensing.

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