: Stock certificate for the Mahoning Coal Rail Road Company, ca. 1871-1900. The company, which was incorporated in 1871, extended from Youngstown, Ohio, to Andover, Ohio (a distance of about 38 miles). The certificate, numbered 972, has no information in its fields. An oval-shaped illustration includes images of a steamboat, locomotive and train cars, depot, and bystanders. Share price is $50. The company's predecessors were Mahoning and Shenango Valley; Shenango Valley; Stewart Railroad. Its successor was Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad, which in 1914 merged with New York Central and Hudson River Railroad to form New York Central Railroad. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL05780 Subjects
: Stock certificates--1890-1900; Railroads--Ohio; Mahoning County (Ohio); Ohio Economy--Economy--Business Places
: Ohio History Connection