Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad

Inv# RB5170   Bond
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad
State(s): Illinois
Years: 1897
$1,000 4% Gold Bond was payable in US Gold Coin. Uncancelled. Great graphics by American Bank Note Co. The terminal building pictured still exists. 85 or so coupons. Superb Condition! In July 1897, a new company called the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad (CTT) bought the Chicago & Northern Pacific RR from the Wisconsin Central RR. While the Wisconsin Central RR (and successor Soo Line Railroad) no longer had its own direct connection to the city, it continued to use the line to access Grand Central Station until 1899, and between 1912 and 1965. In May 1897, the Chicago Terminal Transfer merged the Chicago and Calumet Terminal.
Item ordered may not be exact piece shown. All original and authentic.
Price: $175.00