The Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Railway

 Name:  Bone Gap, Illinois(elevation 461') - Telegraph: RN
 Mile Post:  200.1
 Previous Station:  West Salem
 Next Station:  Browns
 Description:  Bone Gap is a pleasant little community who has saved and beautifully restored their PD&E depot.  The town was originally founded near Bonpas Creek, but was later relocated near the railroad.  
 Photos:  Right of Way   Structures
 Date Reached:  1881
 Track Status:  Removed.
 RR Facilities:

 Coal House (10' x 8' x 8') - built 1899 - (listed here in 1916)

 Wood Depot (36' x 18' x 14') - (1880-present day)

 Hand Car House (14' x 8'6" x 7') - half car body - placed here 1895 - (listed here in 1916)

 Three Livestock Pens (32' x 32') each - built prior to 1900 - (listed here in 1916)

 Livestock Pen - (listed here in 1928) 

 Section Tool House (17'4" x 8'6") - half car body - (listed here in 1916)

 Siding - (listed here in 1928, 1944, 1948, 1957, 1970, 1978, and 1987) 

 Spur - (listed here in 1928, 1944, 1948, 1957, 1978, and 1987) 

 Tool House - (listed here in 1928)

 Customers:  
 Last Updated:  03/31/2014

 

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