Stations along Illinois Central Railroad lines: Amboy Illinois Central Depot, Central Station, Springfield Union Station, Millennium Station

 
9781233108749: Stations along Illinois Central Railroad lines: Amboy Illinois Central Depot, Central Station, Springfield Union Station, Millennium Station

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Amboy Illinois Central Depot, Central Station, Springfield Union Station, Millennium Station, 95th Street, Mattoon, Homewood, Van Buren Street, Museum Campus/11th Street, Kensington/115th Street, Chesterfield/91st Street, Woodruff/87th Street, Harvey, Matteson, New Orleans Union Station, 75th Street, 55th-56th-57th Street, 63rd Street, Kankakee, Rosemoor/103rd Street, South Chicago, Riverdale, Avalon Park/83rd Street, Hyde Park/53rd Street, 147th Street, 211th Street, University Park, 59th Street, Blue Island, West Pullman, South Shore, Pullman/111th Street, Richton Park, Newbern-Dyersburg, 79th Street, Ivanhoe, Bryn Mawr, 107th Street, Olympia Fields, Flossmoor, Stony Island, Jackson, Mississippi, Windsor Park, State Street, Cheltenham, Hammond, Fulton, Brookhaven, Burr Oak, Stewart Ridge, McComb, McCormick Place, Calumet, Racine Avenue, Hazlehurst, Ashland Avenue, Effingham, Carbondale, Kenwood/47th Street, Hazel Crest, 18th Street, Illinois Central Railroad Depot, 27th Street. Excerpt: The Amboy Illinois Central Depot is a former rail station in the city of Amboy, Lee County, Illinois, United States. The building was constructed as a headquarters building for the Illinois Central Railroad as well as a public train station for the fledgling city of Amboy in 1876. It was designed by railroad staff architect James Nocquet after a fire destroyed the original Illinois Central offices on the site. The building was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1992. The rectangular, Italianate building operated as Illinois Central Railroad's Northern Division headquarters until 1894. After 1894 the rail line through Amboy was downgraded in importance by the railroad and the division headquarters moved elsewhere. Today the depot is operated as a public museum. The museum grounds include the depot, which house...

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