Clinton Airline Railroad, Ohio 1950s

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#1
The Clinton Airline was a proposed line in Northeast Ohio in the 1950s, the rail bed was constructed but tracks never laid. I am fascinated by this subject as I grew up and live now near this old rail bed which is still very visible if you know where to look.

I am curious to find out what type of locomotive and cars would have been in service on this line if it had been completed. I fear that this history has become lost and I would like to gain as much information as possible about this proposed railroad to keep this local history alive.
 
#3
The Sandusky, Norwalk, and Mansfield interurban Line uses the Clinton Air Line from Steuben to a point just east of Rt. 61, where it then swerves back down to join Rt. 162, between Steuben and North Fairfield.
 



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