The Unofficial Home Page of the
Toledo and Ohio Central Railroad
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The T&OC controlled and/or was affiliated with the Kanawha & Michigan, Zanesville & Western, Kanawha & West Virginia, Sugar Creek, Bailey Run & Athens and Middleport & Northeastern. During WWI, the T&OC was assigned non-federal road Federal Valley, and the K&M was assigned non-federal roads Campbells Creek, Kelleys Creek, and Kelleys Creek & Northwestern. In turn, the T&OC and affiliated lines were controlled at different times by the Hocking Valley Railway and by the New York Central System.


Railroad Information
Timeline    Engine Roster    Car Roster    Stations    Towers   
Maps    Photos    Time Tables    Bibliography    Unanswered questions    Other links   

Links to sites about the railroads that controlled the T&OC and related lines
Hocking Valley Railway web site    Hocking Valley e-mail list
Fallen Flags - NYC    New York Central Museum    New York Central System Historical Society
NYC-Railroad e-mail list    NYC-RR e-mail list    NewYorkCentralSystem e-mail list    NYCS-RR e-mail list   

Rails to Trails
Ohio Rail Trails  - Rail-Trails and towpath-trails in Ohio   
Roadbed links - list of Ohio Rails to Trails   
Thomas J. Evans Bike Trail - 14 miles of paved asphalt, Newark to Johnstown, Ohio   
Ohio Canal Greenway - 3 miles of crushed limestone, Hebron, Ohio   


Modeling Information
Models of the T&OC   Decals for the T&OC


Maps
1932 T&OC System Map  from Steven Titchenal's site
1910 T&OC System Map  from Steven Titchenal's site
T&OC St. Marys Branch maps  from Steven Titchenal's site
Toledo, Ohio railroad map  from Steven Titchenal's site
Home of Toledo West  Dan Master's site, has links to Toledo maps from various eras, with focus on LS&MS


I am looking for any information on the T&OC, K&M, Z&W
and any of their predecessors and/or associated lines



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Last modified on: Monday, 10 October 2011
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