R46c, R112 on 1870 Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati RR Stock Certificate


The Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway was formed from the merger of the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad with the Bellefontaine Railway in 1868. The CCC&I sought to make a connection to Cincinnati. This connection was never realized by its predecessor line the Cleveland Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad which only ran trains between Cleveland and Columbus. By 1872, the CCC&I made agreements to operate the Cincinnati and Springfield Railroad between Cincinnati and Dayton and the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland Railroad between Dayton and Springfield, finally providing a through route from Cleveland to Columbus to Cincinnati.

Additional information

Scott Number

R46c, R112


Document typical folded. Cut cancel, X, edge toning, small tears at top

Par value



New york


October 14, 1870


President: Oscar Townsend


Herringbone HS

Coxrail #


Coxrail value

50.00 – 75.00