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Alton Railroad, Num 19
The Ann Rutledge


Chicago IL to St Louis MO

284 miles.

Amenities ...

 Cafe/Lounge Car.  Dining Car.

Named for a lady whose father owned a tavern in New Salem, Illinois. In 1932, Ann was nineteen, when she and none other than Abraham Lincon, boarding at her father's tavern. They planned to marry in 1836, but Ann tragically died of an epidemic, as Abe was finishing his law studies. 30 years later, this train, painted black, carried Lincoln's body from Washington to Springfield. Chicago and Alton Railroad later named it's Chicago-Springfield-St Louis trains, the Ann Rutledge and the Abraham Lincoln.

Arrives Connecting Cities Departs
- - - Union Station
Chicago IL
8:15 AM C 
9:35 AM C  Dwight IL 9:35 AM C 
9:57 AM C  Pontiac IL 9:57 AM C 
10:39 AM C  Bloomington IL 10:39 AM C 
11:08 AM C  Lincoln IL 11:08 AM C 
11:45 AM C  Springfield IL 11:45 AM C 
12:24 PM C  Carlinville IL 12:24 PM C 
1:00 PM C  College Avenue
Alton IL
1:00 PM C 
1:35 PM C  Washington Ave Station
Saint Louis MO
1:35 PM C 
1:45 PM C  Union Station
Saint Louis MO