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Railroads of Utah, Corporation Information, Part 2

From the records of the State of Utah

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Deep Creek Railroad

Organized: October 11, 1916

Filed: October 11, 1916

Utah index number: 12185

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $450,000 (4,500 shares @ $100)

Purpose:

To construct...etc., standard gauge common carrier railroad between Wendover, Utah, and Gold Hill, Utah

Incorporators and directors:

Duncan Macvichie SLC 1 President
Harold R. Smoot SLC 1 Vice President
Edwin T. Jones SLC 1 Secretary
Waldemar Van Cott SLC 1  
T. J. Wyche San Francisco 1  
We W. Armstrong SLC 1 Treasurer
E. O. Howard SLC 1 Auditor

Remarks:

Amended October 22, 1934 to allow Board of Directors to meet in Salt Lake City, New York City, or San Francisco

Charles Elsey shown as President
W. G. Bruen shown as Secretary
Filed in Salt Lake County October 26, 1934

Reference notes:

Later owned by Western Pacific

Denver Pacific Railroad

Organized: 1933

Filed:

Route:

Remarks:

No information available

Denver & Pacific Railway

Organized: December 15, 1880

Filed: December 17, 1880 - with Auditor of Public Accounts

Utah index number: 63

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $5,000,000 (50,000 shares @ $100)

Purpose:

To construct...etc., to operate by steam power..., a railroad from a point at or near Ogden, Utah, to a point on the Colorado/Utah state line at or near the junction of the White and Green Rivers in Utah Territory, the general route being southerly along the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, passing through the Wasatch Range of mountains, east to waters running to the Green River to a point at or near the mouth of the White River, said railroad intended to connect with a railroad from Denver at most feasible and eligible point, a distance of about 250 miles

Incorporators and directors:

John R. McBride 10  
M. Shanhnessy 2,410 Treasurer
Eli H. Murray 10  
Arthur S. Thomas 10  
P. H. Sanman 10  

Additional shareholders:

C. C. Goodwin 10
A. N. Hamilton 10
R. S. Howard 10
S. B. S. Miller 10
0. J. Hollister 10

See also: Reeder, page 404

Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad

Organized: November 13, 1920

Filed:

November 15, 1920 - in Delaware
July 21, 1921 - in Utah

Utah index number: 15038 (articles of incorporation are typeset)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: (1,500,000 shares; 500,000 shares @ $100 preferred, 1,000,000 shares @ $100 common)

Incorporators:

T. L. Croteau Wilmington, Delaware 2
M. A. Bruce Wilmington, Delaware 2
S. E. Dill Wilmington, Delaware 2
A. M. Hooven Wilmington, Delaware 2
C. H. Blaske Wilmington, Delaware 2

Route:

In Colorado:

In Utah:

Remarks:

File also includes:

Articles of Incorporation for Denver & Rio Grande (of 1908)

Articles of Association between Wasatch & Jordan Valley and Bingham Canyon & Camp Floyd, dated April 29, 1879

Amendment of Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway (of 1883) for a branch to Winter Quarters coal mine, dated October 3, 1887

Articles of Merger between Salt Lake Union Depot & Railroad Company and Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad

  • To liquidate and dissolve wholly owned subsidiary, effective December 31, 1978
  • Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad and Western Pacific Railroad acquired joint use of depot on December 1, 1944 (per ICC Finance Docket 14695, dated October 25, 1944)
  • Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad to pay Western Pacific Railroad $125,000 for its 50% share of SLUD&RR, dated June 20, 1978

Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway

Organized: July 21, 1881

Filed:

July 21, 1881, 3:00 p.m.
July 21, 1881, 4:00 p.m. (Consolidated Articles of Association)

Capital Stock: $37,480,000.00

Route:

First, from Ogden to a point near the intersection of the western 6 Directors: southern boundary lines of Utah, in Washington County, passing into or through the counties of Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Juab, San Pete, Sevier, Millard, Beaver, Piute , Iron, Kane and Washington - a distance of about 320 miles. With a branch from a point of intersection in Beaver County thence in a southwesterly direction to the Western Boundary line of Utah, at or near its intersection with the seventh standard parallel south, passing into or through the counties of Beaver and Iron, - a distance of about 60 miles;

Second, from the mouth of Clear Creek near Joseph City in Sevier County, to the southern boundary line of Utah in Kane County, at a point where the Arizona Northern Railway of Arizona Territory shall intersect said boundary line, passing into or through the counties of Sevier, Piute, Iron and Kane, all in the Territory of Utah - a distance of about 140 miles; Third, from the mouth of Clear Creek in Sevier Valley in Sevier County, to the city of St. George in Washington County, passing into or through the counties of Sevier, Piute, Beaver, Iron, Kane and Washington all in the Territory of Utah, - a distance of about 130 miles;

Fourth, from a point at or near Iron Springs in Iron County to a point on the western boundary line of Utah, near the seventh standard parallel south in Iron County, passing into or through Iron County, : a distance of about 55 miles;

Fifth, from a point at or near Cove Creek Fork in Millard County to a point on the western boundary line of Utah at or near its intersection with the thirty ninth parallel north latitude, passing into or through Millard County, with branches as follows:

1) a branch running to a point on the western boundary line of Utah, at or near the north end of needle range of mountains;

2) a branch from the most convenient point on said line to a point at or near Frisco.

The said line and two branches - a distance of about 145 miles;

Sixth, from Salt Lake City to a point on the western boundary line of Utah at or near the first standard parallel south, passing into or through Salt Lake and Tooele counties, all in Utah Territory - a distance of about 140 miles;

Seventh, from a point at or near Lehi in Utah County to a point on the western. boundary line of Utah between the first and second standard parallels south - a distance j of about 150 miles;

Eighth, from a point at or near Springville in Utah County to a point on the western boundary line of Utah between the first and second standard parallels south, passing into or through the counties of Utah, Juab and Tooele - a distance of about 150 miles;

Ninth, from a point at or near Salina in Sevier county to a point on the western boundary line of Utah at or near the thirty ninth parallel of north latitude, passing into or through the counties of Sevier, San Pete, Millard - a distance of about 200 miles,

Tenth, from a point at or near Deseret in Millard County to a point on the western boundary line of Utah between the second and third standard parallels south, passing into or through the counties of Millard and Juab - a distance of about 80 miles;

Eleventh, from a point at or near Salina in Sevier County to a point on the Utah & Pleasant Valley RR at or near the mouth of Thistle Valley in Utah County, passing into or through the counties of Sevier and San Pete and Utah - a distance of about 80 miles;

Twelfth, from the city of Provo in Utah County to a point on the eastern boundary line of Utah, passing into or through the counties of Utah, Wasatch and Uintah, with the following branches:

1) a branch from a point at or near the mouth of White River in Uintah County, to a point on the eastern boundary line of Utah where the same is crossed by the valley of Green River, passing into or through Uintah County;

2) a branch from a point at or near Soldiers Pass in Wasatch County to a point on the Sevier Valley Railway line at or near the mouth of Huntington Creek in Emery County;

3) a branch from a point at or near the mouth of White River in Uintah County to a point at or near Kimball's Station in Summit County, passing into or through the counties of Summit, Wasatch and Uintah;

4) a branch from the mouth of White River in Uintah County to the mouth of Grand River in Piute County, passing into or through Uintah, Piute and San Juan. Counties.

The length of said last named line and four branches being - a distance of about 620 miles;

Thirteenth, from a point at or near the city of Ogden in Weber County to a point at or near Salina in Sevier County and thence in a general southwardly direction to the north boundary line of the Territory of Arizona, and from at or near Salina aforesaid eastwardly to the westerly boundary of the state of Colorado, the northerly terminus of said railroad being at or near said city of Ogden, the southern terminus being the northern boundary line of Arizona and the eastern terminus being the western boundary of the state of Colorado. The general route of said railroad being - a distance of about 600 miles;

Fourteenth, from a point at or near the city of Salt Lake in the county of Salt Lake by the routs most practicable to Park City in the county of Summit and with a branch from Park City to Coalville. The general route of said railroad being about a distance of 52 miles;

Fifteenth, from a point at or near Provo in Utah County to a point at or near the mouth of Duchesne Fork of the Uintah River in Wasatch County - a distance of about 100 miles.

The entire length of said several lines of railroad and the branches thereof, being 3,022 miles.

Directors:

John T. Lynch
M. T. Burgess
W. J. Palmer
G. M. Forbes
D. C. Dodge

Remarks:

Completed the initial Utah lines of the original D&RGW route; merged with Utah & Pleasant Valley, Wasatch & Jordan Valley, and Bingham Canyon & Camp Floyd lines to complete it route into Salt Lake City.

Reorganized as Rio Grande Western Railway in 1889 to finance conversion from narrow gauge to standard gauge.

Source: Reeder, pages 405-407

A similar group of directors, including William Bell and David C. Dodge, organized the Rio Grande Western Construction Company on April 2, 1881 to build a railroad and telegraph within the territories of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, and New Mexico. See Reeder, page 412.

Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway (Consolidated Article of Association)

Organized: July 21, 1881

Filed:

July 21, 1881, 3:00 p.m.
July 21, 1881, 4:00 p.m. (consolidated articles of association)

Capital Stock: $48,000,000.00

Purpose:

Agreement to consolidate between:

1) Sevier Valley Railway Company;
2) Salt Lake & Park City Railway Company
3) The Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway Company.

Directors:

William J. Palmer
William A. Bell
George A. Lowe
Micajah T. Burgess
John T. Lynch

Source: Reeder, page 407

Deseret Railway

Organized: January 7, 1889

Filed: January 9, 1889

Utah index number: 509 (also 4327, which is the original document)

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

From point in Emery County known as Tunnel 1 in Section 6, Township 13 South, Range 9 East, west 1/2 mile to bridge 497 on Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad, then south 1-1/2 miles to point on Price River at or near mouth of Panther Canyon

Incorporators and directors:

Frank H. Dyer SLC 10  
J. R. Middlemiss Ogden 110  
William Fuller SLC 10 Secretary
Heber Young SLC 10  
E. J. Swaner SLC 10  
J. G. Davis SLC 10  
W. C. Hall SLC 10  
John E. Dooley SLC 10  
Achilles Perrin Ogden 10  
William Van Dyke Ogden 10  

Remarks:

Caleb W. West scratched out, replaced by Frank H. Dyer

Name of company changed from Railroad to Railway at a meeting held on December 50, 1888, wherein it was agreed to meet later to organize the company

The route is the same as the earlier Emery County Railway (index 499)

Duchesne Railway

Organized: January 7, 1899

Filed: January 9, 1899

Utah index number: 2375

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

From Rio Grande Western Railway at or near Colton, Utah, southeast in the valley of the Price River for six miles, then east 10 miles to Willow through Utah, Carbon, and/or Wasatch Counties, then north over the range which divides the Price and Duchesne River drainages, then northeast along the Duchesne River drainage to junction of Strawberry Creek with Duchesne River, a distance of about 51 miles

Incorporators and directors:

William F. Colton SLC 480 Treasurer
Charles W. Bennett SLC 5 President
Robert Harkness SLC 5 Secretary
William M. Bradley SLC 5  
Andrew Howat SLC 5 Vice President

Additional shareholders:

A. M. Howard SLC 5
E. A. Greenwood SLC 5

East Bench Street Railway

Organized: November 24, 1890

Filed: December 10, 1890

Utah index number: 806 (also 4342, which is the original signed document)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $50,000 (500 shares @ $100)

Route:

From a point on the south line of the present corporate limits of Salt Lake City where it crosses 7th East, then east along the street running at or near the south line of the city limits to 11th East, then south along 11th East, otherwise known as Upper County Road, to its intersection with the county road running east and west along the south side of Block No. 45 in 10 acre plat "A", also east along the county road running along the south side of Block No. "1A" in five acre plat "A" and Block No. 10 in five acre plat "C" from said 11th East to the southeast corner of said Block No. 10 of five acre plat "C", a total length of about 3-1/2 miles

Incorporators and directors:

David P. Anderson SLC 2
John R. Smith SLC 4
George Crismon SLC 8
Harvey Hardy SLC 20
F. A. Little SLC 3
W. H. Irvine SLC 4
C. F. Loofbourow SLC 3
C. B. Wantland SLC 3
Boyd Park SLC 3

Additional shareholders:

Charles I. Handley SLC 5  
William Knight SLC 1  
J. H. Winslow SLC 1  
John S. Thomson Sugar House 1  
George Naylor Sugar House 2  
James D. Edwards Sugar House 2  
Mrs. Ayda G. Scofield Sugar House 1  
William F. Handley Sugar House 2  
Ole Larsen SLC 1  
William B. Larsen SLC 1  
Joseph Pitt Sugar House 2  
John Larson Sugar House 1  
Samuel Garn Sugar House 1  
Richard Siddoway Sugar House 2  
George Curtis Sugar House 1  
Alexander Curtis Sugar House 1  
W. C. A. Smoot Jr. Sugar House 1  
Martie Garn - 5 President, electric company
W. C. A. Smoot Sugar House 2  
G. E. Poage Sugar House 1  
John Wardrop SLC 1  
J. H. Clive SLC 3  
John W. Donnellson SLC 1  
J. H. Van Horn SLC 2  
Ralph E. Hoag SLC 2  
H. M. McCartney SLC 3  
Ben W. Driggs, Jr. SLC 1  
J. L. Holland - 2  
D. S. Sencer - 1  
Jarnes H. Baem - 1  
John S. Groesbeck - 2  

East Tintic Railway

Organized: January 15, 1894

Filed: January 14, 1894

Utah index number: 1408

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $5,000 (500 shares @ $10)

Route:

From a point at or near Mammoth, Utah, then along the south side of Mammoth Hollow southwest to Mammoth Mill, then by curve or switchback to a point on the Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern Railway at or near Mammoth Mill Station, a distance of about 2-1/2 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Samuel McIntyre SLC 1
James A. Cunningham SLC 1
Lamartine C. Trent SLC 1
Edward T. Singer SLC 1
William McIntyre SLC 1
William McIntyre, as trustee   490

Additional shareholders:

Samuel H. Nill SLC 1
William M. BradleySLC 1
C. W. Bennett SLC 1
George H. Robinson SLC 1
Stephan T. Estes SLC 1

Eastern Utah Railroad

Organized: 1911

Filed:

Route:

Wellington, on D&RG, south to Emery.

Remarks:

(Read more about the Eastern Utah Railroad)

Echo & Park City Railway

Organized: January 17, 1881

Filed:

January 17, 1881 - with Auditor of Public Accounts
January 19, 1881 - with Secretary of Utah

Utah index number: 69

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $500,000 (5,000 shares @ $100)

Purpose:

To buy, own, and operate the railroad property formerly known as the Summit County Rail Road

Route:

From Echo Station on the Union Pacific Railway in Summit County running in a southeasterly course up Weber River to Silver Creek Canyon, then through said canyon to Park City, a distance of about 27 miles, with a branch commencing at a point about three miles south of Echo, on the mainline, thence up Grass Creek Canyon to the old Church Coal Beds, a distance of about seven miles, a total length of about 34 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Sidney Dillion New York City 329
John Sharp SLC 1
James T. Clark Omaha 1
Abram Gould SLC 1
LeGrand Young SLC 1

Additional shareholders:

Levi Stevens Utah 1
Fred C. Geutsch Utah 1
James Sharp SLC 1
S. Hills SLC 1
Feramorz Little Utah 1
J. T. Little Utah 1

See also: Reeder, page 408

Emery County Railway

Organized: October 29, 1888, in Ogden

Filed: November 6, 1888

Utah index number: 499 (also 4326, which is an identical handwritten copy)

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

From Tunnel 5 in Section 1 of Township 15 South, Range 9 East, west 1/2 Mile to Bridge 497 on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad, then south 1-1/2 miles to a point on the Price River at or near the mouth of Panther Canyon, a distance of about two miles

Incorporators and directors:

A. H. Swain Cheyenne, Wyoming. 10
William Van Dyke Ogden 10
J. R. Middlemiss Ogden 10
Robert Robinson Ogden 10
William W. Bishop San Francisco 10
W. R. Swan Ogden 110
J. J. Sullivan Ogden 10
F. W. Lafrantz Ogden 10
J. T. McIntosh Ogden 10
W. P. Williams Ogden 10

Remarks:

Route is same as the later Deseret Railway (Index 509)

Emigration Canyon Railroad

Organized: 1907

Filed:

Route:

from Salt Lake City east to stone quarries in Emigration Canyon.

Remarks:

Electrified railroad; also known for tourist trains to viewpoint at head of canyon.

Abandonment in 1917 was the first case of Utah State Public Service Commission.

Eureka Hill Railway

Organized: February 2, 1907

Filed: February 6, 1907

Utah index number: 6130

Dissolved: January 25, 1937 (voluntary)

Capital stock: $50,000 (500 shares @ $100)

Route:

From near Silver City, Utah, to a point on Godiva Mountain in Juab County, a distance of about five miles

Incorporators and directors:

C. W. Nibley 1 President
C. W. Nibley, as trustee 494  
J. William Knight 1 Vice President
Bela Kadish 1 Secretary
Jesse Knight 1  
David Eccles 1  
John Pingree 1 Treasurer

Remarks:

Amended November 1, 1910 to change principle place of business to Provo, Utah and to change the procedure of calling the annual meetings

Jesse Knight shown as President

W. Lester Mangum shown as Secretary

Goshen Valley Railroad

Organized: December 23, 1918

Filed:

December 27, 1918 - in Salt Lake County
December 27, 1918 - with Secretary of State

Utah index number: 13600

Dissolved: November 9, 1974 (involuntary)

Capital stock: $50,000 (500 shares @ $100)

Purpose:

To operate a railroad from a point on the Tintic Branch of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad near mile post 27 in Section 6 of Township 10 South, Range 1 West, then west and southwest to the Tintic Standard Mine and the Iron King Mine and continuing south to and across the mine and mining property of the South Standard Mining Co., a total length of about 10 miles.

Incorporators and directors:

E. J. Raddatz SLC 20 President, Treasurer
E. J. Raddatz, as trustee   400  
C. E. Loose Provo 39 Vice President
J. T. Farrer Provo 1  
W. I. Snyder SLC 20 Secretary
L. H. Stohr SLC 20  

Remarks:

100 shares held by the incorporators paid by cash or equivalent

400 shares held in trust by E. J. Raddatz paid for in a certain contract for transportation privileges made between E. J. Raddatz and the Receiver and General Manager of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad and the United States Railroad Administrator dated December 10, 1918, also certain right of way deeds and contracts

Amended June 16, 1927 to allow Board of Directors meetings to be held in Salt Lake City or any other place outside Utah and within the United States

Filed June 23, 1927

Grand Valley, Colorado & South Pacific

Organized: 1904

Filed:

Route:

(unknown)

Remarks:

No other information available.

Grass Creek Terminal Railway

Organized: September 7, 1894

Filed: September 19, 1894

Utah index number: 1483 (also 4364, which is the original signed document)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $120,000 (1,200 shares @ $100)

Route:

From Grass Creek Junction on the Echo & Park City Railroad, east up Grass Creek Canyon to a point in Section 6 of Township 5 North, Range 6 East, a distance of about six miles

Incorporators and directors:

Wilford Woodruff SLC 250
George Q. Cannon SLC 250
Joseph F. Smith SLC 250
William W. Cluff Coalville 150
James Jack SLC 100

Additional shareholders:

Frank J. Cannon Ogden 100  
Arthur Winter SLC 100 Treasurer

Great Salt Lake & Colorado River Railway

Organized: 1872

Filed:

Route:

(unknown)

Remarks:

No other information available.

Great Salt Lake & Hot Springs Railway

Organized: November 22, 1890

Filed: November 22, 1890

Utah index number: 797 (also 4341)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $200,000 (2,000 shares @ $100)

Route:

From a point at or near the Union Pacific Railway depot in Salt Lake City, then through Salt Lake and Davis Counties to a point at or near Farmington. Also from a point on said railroad line westward through Kinney's and Gorley's Improved City Plat of Salt Lake City to some point at or near the Jordan River, a total length of about 20 miles

Incorporators and directors:

John Beck SLC 75
Simon Bamberger SLC 50
Charles B. Pearson SLC 5
John Neff SLC 25
Thomas W. Jennings SLC 25
A. L. Williams SLC 25
Gilbert D. Amos SLC 25

Additional shareholders:

H. M. McCartney SLC 50
Hudson Smith SLC 5
Josiah Barnet SLC 8
Edward B. Critchlow SLC 5
Hyrum Folsom SLC 25
H. P. Mason SLC 5
A. J. White SLC 5
C . H. ( ?? ) SLC 5
G. R. Jones SLC 10
Thomas Hancock SLC 5
A. ID. Hyde   25

Remarks:

Amended December 26, 1891:

To change route as follows:

From a point in Salt Lake City, then through Salt Lake, Davis and Weber Counties to a point in the city of Ogden

To include additional routes as follows:

From a point on said line near Uintah, then east through Weber, Morgan and Rich Counties to the Utah/Wyoming state line in Township 10 North, Range 8 East

From a point on said line at or near Centerville then west through Lake Park Resort to a point on the eastern shore of Antelope Island

A total length of about 130 miles

To increase the Capital stock to $2,600,000 (26,000 shares @ $100)

Simon Bamberger shown as President

Additional remarks from information found in file 4341 only:

Amended August 6, 1892:

To include an additional route as follows:

From a point in Salt Lake City, west through Salt Lake and Tooele Counties to the Utah/Nevada state line in Township 9 South, Range 19 West, a distance of about 140 miles, a total length of about 270 miles

To increase capital stock to $5,400,000 (54,000 shares @ $100)

Simon Bamberger shown as President

Filed August 10, 1892

Amended February 28, 1893:

To change the point of intersection with the Wyoming state line to a point in Summit County in Township 3 North, Range 8 East, a distance of about 107 miles

To include an additional route from Salt Lake City south 13 miles to the vicinity of Sandy, Utah

To increase the length of the Nevada extension to 150 miles

James F. Woodman shown as President

Filed March 3, 1893

Great Western Railway

Organized: June 10, 1891

Filed: June 10, 1891

Utah index number: 931 (also 4345, which is the original signed document)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $5,000,000 (50,000 shares @ $100)

Route:

From Salt Lake City west through Salt Lake County, south of the Great Salt Lake, then through Tooele County along the south shore of said lake, through Tooele and Skull Valleys and the Great American Desert and Deep Creek to a point on the western boundary of Utah Territory at or near half way between the first and second standard parallel south, a distance of about 152 miles, with a branch from a point on the mainline in the Great American Desert, south to Dugway and Fish Springs Lining Districts in Tooele and Juab Counties, a distance of about 50 miles, a total length of about 202 miles

Incorporators and directors:

James H. Bacon SLC 671 President
Witcher Jones SLC 671 Vice President
Frank L. Holland SLC 1 Secretary
Harvey M. Bacon SLC 1 Treasurer
Orland W. Powers SLC 671  

Additional shareholders:

W. B. Holland SLC 1
F. W. Ross SLC 1
M. P. Gray SLC 1
G. J. Clark SLC 1
Edward F. Colburn SLC 1

Helper Western Railway
(later National Coal Railway)

Organized: June 24, 1909

Filed: July 2, 1909

Utah index number: 7779

Dissolved: July 2, 1954 (voluntary, filed October 24, 1954)

Capital stock: $15,000 (1,500 shares @ $10)

Route:

From a point on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway two miles south of Helper, Utah, northwest to a point in canyon near the center of Section 17 of Township 13 South, Range 8 East, a distance of about 15 miles

Incorporators and directors:

John F. Williamson SLC 550 President
George W. Higgins Clinton, Indiana 500  
C. C. Crandall Provo 160 Vice President
H. B. Tirrall Provo 160 Secretary, Treasurer
Joseph A. Thorne Springville 160  
William McKenzie Springville 160  
S. Sheya Helper 10  

Remarks:

Amended March 25, 1912 to enter into a joint agreement with National Fuel Co., filed March 26, 1912

Amended July 16, 1920:

To change name to National Coal Railway

To include additional route from present terminus, southwest along Gordon Creek Canyon to a point near the center of Section 24 of Township 15 South, Range 7 East with a branch from a point near center of south half of Section 21 of Township 13 South, Range 8 East, north to point near center of Section 16 of Township 15 South, Range 8 East, a distance of about 15 miles

To continue the affiliation with National Coal Co., formerly National Fuel Co.

Noted as crossing the Utah Railway at the mouth of Gordon Creek Canyon

F. A. Sweet shown as President

George S. Payne shown as Secretary

Amended September 3, 1921 to increase capital stock to $250,000 (25,000 shares @ $10) filed October 19, 1921

Amended March 26, 1925 to change officers

Amended July 7, 1925 to increase capital stock to $350,000 (35,000 shares @ $10) with the following shareholders:

National Coal Co. 3,550  
Great Western Coal Mines Co. 4,960  
Union Coal Co. 2,910  
Consumers Mutual Coal Co. 90  
D. E. Jenkins 10 Vice President
Frank F. Lahut 4,900  
Sweet Coal Co. 3,100  
F. A. Sweet 2,410  
C. N. Strevell 10 Secretary, Treasurer, General Manager
George S. Payne 10  
C. T. Worley 10  
George A. Storrs 20 Vice President
C. N. Sweet 100  
T. Sato 100  

(accounting for 22,180 shares, with 12,820 shares outstanding)

Amended November 10, 1956 canceling association with National Coal Co., changing officers, and filing new articles of incorporation

G. S. Anderson shown as President SLC
S. A. McCurdy shown as Secretary, Treasurer SLC
W. M. Bradley shown as Vice President SLC

At time corporation was dissolved, July 2, 1954, Utah Railway is shown as holding and owning all shares

Inland Railway

Organized: 1916

Filed:

Route:

Industrial spur to Salt Lake, Garfield & Western at what was later the Morton Salt plant.

Remarks:

Owned by Inland Crystal Salt Co.; sold to SLG&W in 1924

Interurban Construction Company

Organized: 1911

Filed:

Route:

Salt Lake City south to Payson

Remarks:

Constructed the route of Salt Lake & Utah Railroad; reorganized as Salt Lake & Utah in 1912

Iron County Railway

Organized: August 11, 1922

Filed: August 11, 1922 - with Salt Lake County Clerk

Utah index number: (Public Service Commission case 577)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $1,000,000 (10,000 shares @ $100.00)

Purpose:

To construct, own, operate, and maintain a railroad for public conveyance of persons and property between the town of Lund, in the County of Iron and State of Utah, and the mines and mining properties lying in a general southeasterly direction therefrom, a distance of about 22.6 miles

Incorporators and directors:

L. F. Rains SLC 30 President
A. C. Ellis Jr. SLC 30 1st Vice President
W. W. Armstrong SLC 30 2nd Vice President
L. F. Adamson SLC 30 Secretary, Treasurer
Duncan MacVichie SLC 30  
A. A. Jenkinson SLC 30  
J. K. Rains SLC 20  
J. T. Rains SLC 20  
F. N. Jenkinson SLC 20  

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