RICHMOND. 56. Route. 879
Riverside (N.W.), Broad Ripple (N.), Brookside (N.E.), Fairview
(N.), and Garfield (S.) Parks deserve mention. A visit may be paid
to Crown Hill Cemetery, 2 M. to the N , and to some of the large
Manufactories (iron, terracotta, pork-packers) and the Union Stock¬
yards (to the S.W., beyond PL A, 4).
Indianapolis is a great centre of electric railways, which radiate hence
in all directions. That running to Columbus (p. 327; about 7 hrs.) is
equipped with sleeping-cars.
Beyond Indianapolis the train continues to run towards the
S.E. 215 M. Fairland; 242 M. Greensburg. The country becomes
somewhat more diversified as we near Cincinnati. Numerous small
trestles and sand-pits are seen. At (283 M.) Lawrencehurg Junction
we reach the Ohio, which we follow to the E. to —
306 M. Cincinnati (Central Union Station), see p. 384.
b. Via Logansport.
299 M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis Railway ('Pan
Handle Route') in 8-10 hrs. (fares as above).
From Chicago to (117 M.) Logansport, see R. 44b. At (122 M.)
Anoka Junction our line diverges to the right from that to Columbus
and Pittsburg (see p. 388). 176 M. Anderson. 225 M. Richmond
(Westcott, $272-472), with 18,226 inhab., is the entrepot of a rich
agricultural district. At (241 M.) Eaton we turn nearly due S.269 M.
Hamilton, an industrial town with 23,914 inhab., on tbe Miami.
299 M. Cincinnati (Pan Handle Depot), see p. 384.
c. Via the Monon Route.
308 M. Chicago, Indianapolis, & Louisville Railway to (18i II.)
Indianapolis and Cinncinnati, Hamilton, & Dayton Railway thence fo
(308 M.) Cinncinnati in b3/4-103/4 hrs. (through-carriages; fares as above).
Chicago (Dearborn Station), see p. 346. At (21 M.) Hammond
(Majestic, $2), with 12,376 inhab., we enter Indiana. The line
then runs S.E. to (88 M.) Monon, where we cross the C. I. & L.
line from Michigan City (p. 339) to Louisville (p. 395). — 99 M.
Monlicello. — At (184 M.) Indianapolis (p. 378), we connect with
the Cin., Hamilton, & Dayton line from Springfield. — 223 M. Rush-
rille (4541 inhab.); 231 M. Connersville (6836 inhab.). At (263M.)
College Corner we enter Ohio. 2727a M. Hamilton, see above.
308 M. Cinncinnati, see p. 384.
57. From New York to Cincinnati.
a. Via Pennsylvania Railroad.
757 M. Railway in 19-21 hrs. (fare $18; Pullman car $4).
From New York to (90M.) Philadelphia, see R. 31a; from Phila¬
delphia to (444 M.) Pittsburg, see R. 37; from Pittsburg to (637 M.)
Columbus, see R. 44 b.