Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad Company Signed by Orland Smith - Stock CertificateInv# RS2063B
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Stock with attractive colors with children and locomotive by American Bank Note Co. Signed by Orland Smith, a Civil War general! The Scioto and Hocking Valley came under control of the Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad, which the B&O acquired in 1882 and changed the name of the company to the Cincinnati, Washington & Baltimore Railroad. In December 1889, this company ultimately became the B&O Southwestern Railroad, which portions of are still in existence as the Great Miami & Scioto Railroad and CSX Transportation. Please specify color.
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