A map showing the Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf route.
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A Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway stock certificate.
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Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway
The Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway was a Texas subsidiary of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad.
The railroad was chartered in 1902 with intention to construct a railway from Fort Worth, Texas to Galveston, Texas.
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