This letter dated 1925, signed by William Frazer lays out the reorganization of the Winona Railway into the Winona Service Company. The letter head is that for the office of the Securities Investment Company of Warsaw, Indiana. The letter is...
Embedded Winona Railroad rails can be seen crossing U.S. 6 at the intersection of U.S.6 and S.R. 15 south of New Paris, Indiana. This image is dated April 9, 1963 or 11 years after the last Winona train used this section of track.
This article is dated January 26th, but no year is included. It indicates that an Indianapolis Syndicate has won approval from the Warsaw City Council for a franchise to provide trolly service between Warsaw and Winona Lake, Indiana. It is...
Writing on back of post card is address to Mr. De Von Bartholomew of Waterloo, Indiana. A man named Floyd said they had just arrived at Milford and would need to wait an hour to two for a train to Syracuse (Indiana). He had probably traveled to...
The wooden refrigerator car appears to be nearing the end of its service time. The large propane tank [the Winona used several propane powered locomotives] would indicate that this image was taken near the Warsaw, Indiana car barn. This image is...
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