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Title Postcard of Big Four Station, Lafayette, Indiana, ca. 1910
Description Postmarked 1910. The station was built in 1902 by the Buckeye Chum Company, and served as a train station for the Lake Erie & Western and Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St., Louis (Big Four) Railroads until around 1970. It was relocated in 1994 to 200 N. 2nd Street in Lafayette, Indiana. The station was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Place Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States
Date 1910, ca.
Year Range Begin 1907
Year Range End 1910
Subjects Lafayette (Ind.)
Tippecanoe County (Ind.)
Railroad stations
Process Photomechanical prints
Format Postcards
Collection Name Carole S. (Vanderipe) Grimes Collection
Object ID ia-0113-0035
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