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Owner: Columbus & Greenville Railway
Type: Passenger Car
AAR Class: PA: Car equipped to handle passengers.
AAR Type: M500
Detail Info:   Misc Cars
User Notes:   ex-IC 15

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CAGY Yard
Title:  CAGY Yard
Description:  This view of the Columbus & Greenville yard at Columbus included two pieces of former Illinois Central Gulf equipment. In the center was CAGY SW1 509, previously ICG 608 and originally IC 9023; while in the roundhouse was former ICG office car 9, which would become CAGY 1 KING COTTON.
Photo Date:  10/4/1980  Upload Date: 11/16/2017 4:30:44 PM
Location:  Columbus, MS
Author:  Michael Palmieri
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  CAGY 509(SW1)
Views:  224   Comments: 1
CAGY Roundhouse
Title:  CAGY Roundhouse
Description:  This shot of the Columbus & Greenville roundhouse in Columbus included DRS-6-4-1500 603 on the left and former Illinois Central Gulf office car 9 in the center. Car 9 was later fixed up as CAGY 1 KING COTTON.
Photo Date:  10/4/1980  Upload Date: 11/16/2017 4:22:53 PM
Location:  Columbus, MS
Author:  Michael Palmieri
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  CAGY 603(DRS6-4-1500)
Views:  105   Comments: 0
Columbus & Greenville RR Business Car.
Title:  Columbus & Greenville RR Business Car.
Description: 
Photo Date:  4/4/1987  Upload Date: 7/19/2014 8:40:42 AM
Location:  Atlanta, GA
Author:  Jim Owens
Categories:  Roster
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Views:  118   Comments: 0
CAGY "King Cotton"
Title:  CAGY "King Cotton"
Description:  ex-ICG 9, exx-IC, exxx-1, exxxx-15, exxxxx-USRA 57, nee-IC 15
Photo Date:  6/15/1991  Upload Date: 5/8/2009 2:12:58 AM
Location:  Birmingham, AL
Author:  Jerry LaBoda
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  497   Comments: 2
Cagy observation car King Cotton
Title:  Cagy observation car King Cotton
Description:  For sale by G&W in late 2009 Asking price $60,000. Built in 1916 by Pullman as business car #16 for the Illinois Central Railroad, renumbered to IC #1, #9 and finally Illinois Central Gulf #9 before it was retired and sold into private ownership. As you walk into the car from the observation end you enter a cozy lounge seating approximate 8 passengers, from the lounge you enter the hall which leads you past the secretaries office/bedroom and two state rooms connected by a shared toilet/shower and a general toilet accessible from a door in the hall. From the hall you enter a elegant dining room with unique recessed lighting around the windows and the original dining room table equipped with the traditional 5th leg. As you pass from the dining room into the service hall you pass the pantry/crew quarters and kitchen. Some of the King Cottons mechanical details include: Microphor toilet processing tank, good carbody, truck mounted cylinders, grease bearings, 27 pin communication lines, head end power, H couplers, Waukesha ice engine & generator, 32 vdc motor generator to charge batteries while on HEP, bolted pedestals, cast shoes, 480/240v transformers, rubber diaphragms, propane fired Watchman car heater, original coal stove in kitchen converted to propane. http://www.ozarkmountainrailcar.com/king_cotton.htm
Photo Date:  11/11/1998  Upload Date: 1/26/2009 6:49:08 AM
Location:  Columbus, MS
Author:  G Gerard
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  505   Comments: 2
CAGY 1
Title:  CAGY 1
Description: 
Photo Date:  7/8/2004  Upload Date: 7/21/2004 2:11:49 AM
Location:  Chattanooga, TN
Author:  Chris Knight
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  1060   Comments: 0
CAGY 1
Title:  CAGY 1
Description:  Now property of TVRM from the CAGY.
Photo Date:  4/30/2005  Upload Date: 6/22/2005 5:19:40 PM
Location:  Chattanooga, TN
Author:  Robert Duncan Sr.
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  1101   Comments: 0
Columbus & Greenville Railway Observation Car 'King Cotton'
Title:  Columbus & Greenville Railway Observation Car 'King Cotton'
Description: 
Photo Date:  11/1/2009  Upload Date: 11/3/2009 12:02:25 AM
Location:  Summerville, GA
Author:  Dave Mullison
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  397   Comments: 0
Columbus & Greenville Railway Observation Car 'King Cotton'
Title:  Columbus & Greenville Railway Observation Car 'King Cotton'
Description:  Pontiac is from a car dealership which is located next to track
Photo Date:  11/1/2009  Upload Date: 11/3/2009 12:03:25 AM
Location:  Summerville, GA
Author:  Dave Mullison
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  455   Comments: 0


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