Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad strike. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

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  • Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company,
  • Governmental investigations,
  • Strikes and lockouts

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Other titlesResolution to investigate strike on Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad
SeriesH.misdoc.300
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
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The Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad name existed from toand the Burlington Route is one of the most recognized railroad heralds in the world.

Her history is a story of growth and innovation and today is one of the biggest transportation companies of the country. The Burlington railroad strike of was a seminal labor stoppage which pitted members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (B of LE), the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen (B of LF), and the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association (SMAA) against the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad.

Chicago's second railroad was the Aurora Branch Railroad, which in began operating between Aurora and West Chicago, connecting with Chicago's first railroad, the Galena & Chicago Union Railroad. The Aurora Branch Railroad evolved to the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad, which in completed its own line between Chicago and Aurora.

Railroad historical society providing information about the Chicago Burlington and Quincy, Colorado and Southern, Fort Worth and Denver Railroads, collectively known as the Burlington Route.

Quincy’s ornate CB&Q Railroad depot at Second and Oak was built in and torn down in late and early Visible at the top of the depot’s steeple is a train-shaped weather vane.

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Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, the official name of the Burlington Route, started from humble beginnings Febru in Aurora, Illinois. The Aurora Branch Railroad was laid with secondhand strap iron spiked to 12 miles of wooden rails. On September 2,the first train chugged its uncertain way over six miles from Batavia.

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and intersecting lines ().jpg × ; KBHeadquarters location: Chicago. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, American railway company founded in by John Murray Forbes, who combined several smaller Midwestern railroads.

It grew until it extended from the Great Lakes to the Rocky James J. Hill bought control and sought to combine it with his Great Northern Railway and with J.P.

Morgan’s Northern Pacific Railway, but in the U. Thousands of striking photographs were commissioned for Granger Country: A Pictorial Social History of the Burlington Railroad (), published in honor of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's centennial.

Only a small portion of the photos made it into the book; the rest languished in unpublished obscurity until their discovery, decades later, in the Newberry’s.

THE GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE. Harper's Weekly—Ap The engineers and firemen of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy system (which reaches out through eight States, from Chicago to the Rocky Mountains, over miles of track, and touches cities, towns.

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R.R. and intersecting lines, Map of the midwestern states showing relief by hachures, drainage, cities and towns, and the railroad network coded in color with the main line emphasized. Contributor: Rand McNally and Company - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company Date: Pratt through truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad & Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroadon 11th Street Replaced by a new bridge.

E BNSF Overpass (Henderson County, Illinois) Built Bridge over BNSF (former Santa Fe) Rwy on CR E (Abandoned) Closed to all traffic.

Five men were killed by police in a scuffle outside the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad on 16th Street. One group of strikers raided Pribyl’s gun store on South Halsted. C.B. & Q. Railroad Strike of Replacements Map and Timeline: On J W.

Merrill, the General Manager of the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad and the Kansas City, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Railroad, reported to the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy's headquarters in Chicago on the aftermath of the strikes in April and May by engineers, firemen, brakemen and switchmen.

The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company (reporting mark CBQ) was a Class I railroad that operated in the Midwest. Often referred to as the Burlington or as the Q, the Burlington Route served a large area that included the states of Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas.

Burlington Route: A History of the Burlington Lines, by Richard C. Overton, 1st Edition, Hardcover, Alfred A. Knopf, NY, This is the definitive history of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad from its earliest beginnings in to about /5(3).

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RGAM: Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad - Lines West Records: s Size: ; boxes & 21 volumes HISTORICAL NOTE The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad (CB&Q) started out as the Aurora Branch Railroad on Febru in Aurora, Illinois.

Bythe railroad had miles. The City of Chicago wanted to connect two disjoint sections of Rockwell Street between 18th and 19th Streets, over private property. This property was owned by various individuals but also included a right-of-way owned by the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Corporation.

English: The Burlington railroad strike of was a labor action of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers against the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. The strike began on Febru The strike was effectively broken within a month, but it.

Chicago/Turabian Format. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library.

"After the strike of the engineers on the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad--starting of the first suburban train." New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed This book is intended to be such a case study taken from the late nineteenth century, the period when many of the foundations of the present productive structure were being laid.

The great strike of was the most serious labor conflict ever experienced by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, and probably the hardest fight and the. The photos here compare # with a Chicago Burlington & Quincy locomotive. Notice the matching headlights, smokestacks, spoked pilot wheel, cab windows, single air pump, and tanks under the running board.

The dome sizes, shapes, and spacing match. Also compare the detail at the lower front side of the tender that looks like a window frame. Charles L. McGuire, the defendant in error, while acting as a brakeman in the service of the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad Company, in Iowa, in the yearreceived injuries through negligence imputable to the company, and recovered judgment.

On July 1, the first nationwide work stoppage in U.S. railroad history began. At leastmembers of six unions walked off of their jobs and the Burlington Railroad strike had begun. In Aurora, Illinois, shopmen, or skilled workers, struck the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad. Management at the railroad fought the strike by bringing in new workers or “new men”, and Views: The Burlington Railroad Strike records were collected by the donor in the course of his Ph.D.

dissertation research. The records from the Burlington Railroad were donated to Mr. Flynn by a company official. In Aurora, Illinois shopmen struck the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy. In Aurora, to accommodate the strikebreakers or "new men. He said the yard always had been a passenger maintenance facility, originally for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad.

"The Zephyr trains originated with. “It pays to ship and travel Burlington” appeared on advertising for a new class of high-speed Chicago, Burlington & Quincy (CB&Q) locomotives in the s.

Also appearing on this advertising was a photo of Colorado Railroad Museum’s CB&Q Locomotive No. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad steam engine # was built in December of by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and is one of the last remaining G-3 class locomotives in America.

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Let’s get started. Daily Life Along the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad is part of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company Archives held at the Newberry Library. The CB&Q Archives (ca.

5, cubic feet) mainly document the 19th-century operations of the Burlington and its component roads. The issue in this federal income tax case is whether the respondent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company (CB&Q), an interstate common carrier railroad, may depreciate the cost of certain facilities paid for prior to Jnot by it or by its shareholders, but from public funds.

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company -- Employees -- History. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company -- History. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company.

Employees. Labor disputes. Strikes and lockouts -- Railroads. Strikes and lockouts -- Railroads -- Law and legislation. Illinois. United States. The Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Depot was built by the Aurora and Chicago Branch of the railroad in to replace an earlier depot built at the corner of Webster and VanBuren Streets.

This was the year the railroad became the C. & Q. The old depot was moved a short distance to the north and became a freight depot. History. The Burlington Northern Railroad was the product of the merger of four major railroads: the Great Northern Railway, the Northern Pacific Railway, the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad.

The four railroads shared a very intertwined history, due to the efforts of James J. Hill, the railroad tycoon who had founded the Great Northern Headquarters: St. Paul, MN (–), Seattle, WA. : Map of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad and its Connections: Fine folding lithographed pocket map printed on pink paper (20 x 30inches), with an inset of the Western States and Territories (one or two separations at folds).

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by Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company. texts. eye The automobile blue book, official Volume 4 Topics: Automobile travel, Roads. Newberry Library. By the end of June, after union members refused to handle Pullman cars, the local walkout developed into a national railroad strike.

A month later, following a union-defied. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway, Union Depot, W. Adams and Canal streets. Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisvllle, Central Station, E. 12th Street and Park Row. Chicago, Great Western Railway (Maple Leaf Route), Grand Central Station, W.

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An expanded version of this website is available on CD for $Burlington Route between Chicago and the Twin Cities. Where nature smiles for miles. Inthe Chicago Burlington and Northern, owned by the Chicago Burlington and Quincy (CB&Q), completed its line following the Mississippi River for scenic miles from Savanna, IL to Saint Paul, MN via Lacrosse and Prescott, WI providing a direct route from Chicago to the Twin Cities.

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