End of street-running era on America’s last interurban: CSS&SB to be double-tracked, grade-separated in Michigan City, Ind.
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With a significant re-build of the Chicago, South Shore & South Bend railway line through Michigan City, Indiana, the distinctive street running found there (since 1908) will be lost. The author documents, through text and photographs, the history of the line on the eve of that rebuild.Reproduced with the permission of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. Deposited in CACHE with permission of the publisher, limited to Kalamazoo College users only.Koenig, Richard. “End of street-running era on America's last interurban: CSS&SB to be double-tracked, grade-separated in Michigan City, Ind.” Quarterly Newsletter, Volume 42, Number 2, Spring 2022, pp 8-11.Originally published in Railway & Locomotive Historical Society Quarterly Newsletter 42-2, Summer 2022. Founded in 1921, R&LHS is the oldest railroad history group in North America. See www.rlhs.org for information about the organization and membership.