Ottawa Railroad Line Facts
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The Dayton & Michigan Railroad served the Ottawa area from 1858 to sometime after the 1870's
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The Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad served the Ottawa area from 1863 to 1917 (B & O purchase) Clicking the logo tells about the B & O to CSX change.
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The Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad operated between its namesake cities of Detroit, Michigan and Ironton, Ohio via Toledo between 1905 and 1983. The line passes through Ottawa.
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This line began in 1887 and continued till 1918 when the railway went out of business. This short-lived line ran from Findlay, Ohio through Ottawa to Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Be sure to "Click to view" Findlay Ft Wayne & Western roadbed serves again as Rt. 224
Click logo to view information cinci & lake erie logo THE INTERURBAN ERA 1907 to 1937
The Ohio Electric Railway which ran through Ottawa, began operations in 1907 and would continue until its bankruptcy in 1921. The Lima & Toledo Traction Company continued operation from Lima to Toledo till 1937 when they went out of business.

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