Chicago Central and Pacific Railroad Logo Shirt
- Logo Printed on Front
- 100% Cotton Gildan 6.1 oz.
- Shirt Color = Red
The Chicago Central and Pacific Railroad (reporting mark CC) is part of the Illinois Central Railroad (IC) owned by the Canadian National Railway (CN) through the Grand Trunk Corporation. Operationally, the Chicago Central and Pacific is designated as the Iowa Zone of CN's Southern Region.
The Iowa Division of the Illinois Central Railroad began its service to Warren, Illinois in January 1854. By September 1854 the tracks ran to Scales Mound, Illinois and on October 31, 1854, the Illinois Central made it to Galena, Illinois. On June 12, 1855 the tracks were expanded to East Dubuque, Illinois. By December 1868 a draw-bridge was built over the Mississippi River to Dubuque, Iowa. The Dubuque Rail Bridge was rebuilt in the 1890s.
The railroad spun off from the Illinois Central Gulf with its distinct operations beginning on December 24, 1985. The IC repurchased the railroad in 1996 and operated it as a subsidiary until the IC itself was purchased by CN three years later. The company continues to exist as a subsidiary of the Grand Trunk Corporation.
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