Morning Star (train)

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Advertising blotter for the Morning Star in June 1941.

The Morning Star was a passenger train operated by St. Louis Southwestern Railway (Cotton Belt) between St. Louis and Dallas, designated as train numbers 5 (southbound) and 6 (northbound). From 1941-1950, the Morning Star also carried through cars from Memphis to Dallas, connecting with the main train at Brinkley, Arkansas. The Memphis connection for the Morning Star was added to permit Cotton Belt passenger trains to readily connect with the new Tennessean which had been inaugurated by Southern Railway in 1941. The Morning Star was replaced by unnamed train numbers 7 and 8 in November 1952, as a part of extensive passenger train restructuring by St. Louis Southwestern.

References

  • Goen, Steve Allen (1999). Cotton Belt Color Pictorial. Four Ways West Publications. ISBN 1-885614-25-X. [page needed]
  • Railway Age. May 17, 1941. Missing or empty |title= (help) [full citation needed]


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