Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway

Sylvania The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, established in 1833, and sometimes referred to as the Lake Shore, was a major part of the New York Central Railroad's Water Level Route from Buffalo, New York, to Chicago, Illinois, primarily along the south shore of Lake Erie (in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio) and across northern Indiana. The line's trackage remains a major rail transportation corridor used by Amtrak passenger trains and several freight lines; in 1998, its ownership was split at Cleveland, Ohio, between CSX Transportation to the east and Norfolk Southern Railway in the west. Provided by Wikipedia
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    John S. Prouty, plaintiff in error, vs. the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, defendant in error brief for plaintiff in error. by Prouty, John S.

    Published 1888
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    John S. Prouty, respondent, vs. the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, appellant, (95 N.Y., p. 667)

    Published 1885
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