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You may be able to find some help at the US Railroad Retirement Board site at: the Will County Historical Society also has some original EJ&E employee records dating back to the 1880's.Their site is at: And lastly, there is the: Will County Genealogical Site at: The "EJ&E Archive" site is in no way directly affiliated with the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co., Transtar Inc., US Steel Corp., or the Canadian National Railway Company.
The acquisition will significantly improve the fluidity of CN's rail operations in the Chicago region, rewarding customers with faster transit times and more reliable service. Streamlined rail operations and reduced congestion resulting from this acquisition will benefit current CN and EJ&E customers, the City of Chicago, nearby communities, and the overall rail network in the region." CN plans to invest approximately US0 million for integration, new connections, and infrastructure improvements to add capacity on the EJ&E line and allow network synergies to be realized over time.
I am pleased that the Board agreed, in a bipartisan and unanimous manner, after an unprecedented public involvement process, to grant the relief that this merger will provide to the many Chicago neighborhoods that have been disproportionately burdened for many decades with severe rail traffic-related roadway congestion." In reaching its decision, the Board considered both the transportation-related aspects of the transaction and the potential environmental impacts.
In considering the transportation aspects, the Board found that the transaction will not result in a substantial lessening of competition, the creation of a monopoly, or a restraint of trade in freight surface transportation in any region of the United States.
All original content on this site is Copyright ©2013 the EJ&E Archive - Email: [email protected] three volume set of books is being published by Morning Sun and written by John Eagan. The Last EJ&E Stateline Coal Train heads West on the Eastern Sub 1/31/09 by Bill Grenchik - 12/24/2008 - It Was a Good Fight, but Not Quite Enough STB Approves CN's Acquisition of Eligin, Joliet & Eastern Ry.
Volume One focuses on the Eastern Subdivision, and has already been released. The Surface Transportation Board today unanimously approved the Canadian National Railway Company and Grand Trunk Corporation application to acquire control of the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Company (EJ&E), subject to a number of Board-imposed conditions.
I imagine we'll all have to suffer the "I told you so" posts on the rail forums, from all the self proclaimed experts that said this was coming.