CAMPBELL HALL. 41. Route. 343
St. Thomas, (603 M.) Glencoe, (637 M.) Chatham, and (683 M.)
Windsor (p. 335). — 684M. Detroit, see p. 335. Beyond Detroit the
Wabash R. R. runs to the S.W., passing through a rich farming
country. 743 M. Adrian, see p. 333; 780 M. Montpelier. The lino now
turns to the W. 804 M. Ashley-Hudson; 820 M. Wolcotlville; 870 M.
North Liberty; 900 M. Westville; 914 M. Crocker; 939 M. Engle-
wood (p. 347). — 954 M. Chicago (Dearborn Station), see p. 340.
c. Via Buffalo and Port Huron.
982 M. Leuigh Valley Railroad to (463 M.) Suspension Bridge and
Grand Trunk Railway thence to (982 M.) Chicago in 20-33'/-j hrs. (fare
$ 19, sleeper $ 5).
From New York to (463 M.) Suspension Bridge, see R. 28 e; from
Suspension Bridge to (982 M.) Chicago (Dearborn Station), see R. it! d.
d. Via Buffalo and Cleveland.
(a.) 980 M. New York Central Railroad to (440 M.) Buffalo and Lake
Shore & Michigan Southern R. R. thence to (9S0M.) Chicago in 24-34 hrs.
(fare $20; sleeper $5). The Vestibule Limited Train (comp. p. 342) on this
route leaves New York at 5 p.m.
(b.) 952 M. West Shore Railroad to (429 M.) Buffalo and New York,
Chicago, <fc St. Louis Railroad thence to (952 M.) Chicago in 27-36 hrs.
(fare $ 18; sleeper $ 5).
(c.) 933 M. Delaware, Lackawanna, & Westers Railroad to (410 M.)
Buffalo and New York, Chicago, & St. Louis Railroad thence to (933 M.)
Chicago in 27-35 hrs. (fare $ 18; sleeper $ 5).'
(a.) From JV*eu> York to (440 M.) Buffalo, see It. 28a; thence to
(980 M.) Chicago (La Salle St. Station), see Ii. 46a. This line runs
along the S. shore of Lake Erie.
(b.) From New York to (429 M.) Buffalo, see R. 28b; from
Buffalo to (952 M.) Chicago (La Salle St. Station), see R. 46b.
(c.) From New York to (410 M.) Buffalo, see R. 28c; from
Buffalo to (933 M.) Chicago (La Salle St. Station), see R. 46c.
e. Via Oswego and Suspension Bridge.
978 M. New York, Ontario, & Western Railway to (325 M.) Oswego
in 10 hrs.; New York Central & Hudson River R.R. thence to (476 M.)
Suspension Bridge in 474 hrs.; Wabash R. R. thence to (879 M.) Chicago
in 13 hrs. (in all, 28 hrs.; fare $ 18, sleeper $ 5, reclining chair car free). —
The trains start from the West Shore Station at Weehawken (p. 8; ferries
from Franklin St. and W. 42nd St.).
Weehawken, see p. 67. As far as (53 M.) Cornwall the route
coincides with that of the West Shore R. R. (It. 21 c). Our line then
diverges to the left (N.W.). 70 M. Campbell Hall, the junction of
the Central New England R. R. (p. 193) and of the Walikill Valley
Line (for Lake Mohonk) to Kingston (p. 195). Beyond (80 M.)
Middletown (560 ft.; Rail. Restaurant; comp. p. 245) the country
is hilly and picturesque. 95 M. Summitville (540 ft."), the junction
of lines to (22 M.) Port Jervis (p. 245), to (7 M.) Etlenville (Mt.
Meenagha Ho., 1500 ft. above the sea, 2 M. from the station), a
summer-resort among, the Shawangunk Mts., and to (35 M) King-