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Re: [CBQ] passenger #190/191

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Subject: Re: [CBQ] passenger #190/191
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Date: Mon, 15 May 2023 01:41:27 +0000 (UTC)
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Hi Jim.  There are 2 schedules for trains 190 and 191 in the Pea Vine book on pages 6 (1933) and 161 (1930).  There are 2 copies at the Galesburg Library.  I could send you a scan from my book if you like.  Bud Linroth

On Sunday, May 14, 2023 at 01:48:53 PM CDT, James Young <> wrote:

Iam trying to track   information on passenger trains 190/191. they ran though my home town just north of Galesburg. i have no dates except it has to be pre 1938 by timetable reference. I would like to know what the operating points were and if someone could scan a schedule of the run. It is quite possible to be one of the early St Louis/Minneapolis runs.I already have information on the other St Louis/Minneapolis runs 51/52 and 47/48. Thanks to anyone who can help. jim young
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