Hello All, I'm looking for CCC&St.L records regarding an accident along the line running through Sidney, Ohio in 1906. I know CCC&St.L headquarters was in Indianapolis for awhile, but can anyone point me in a specific direction for more research? I hope their records are intact somewhere. I'd like to uncover details of a specific accident with the intent to model the scene preceding it. Currently, I know the accident involved a "7:15 train" and a speeder. I'm assuming the speeder was probably a simple Fairbanks & Morse Sheffield car. I think there's a halfway decent chance there was a 4-4-0 involved, but I really have no details on anything other than what is in the following death announcement: Name: Clarence Michael Death Date: Abt 1906 Publication Date: 23 Aug 1906 Publication Place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA Notes: died August 22, day operator on Big Four, returning to his father's home near Sidney on a speeder,instantly killed by 7:15 train Publication: Dayton Daily Journal Citation: v. 44, iss. 23 : pg. 2, col. 4 Maybe some folks who have more familiarity with the equipment that was used in certain locations at certain times can help out. Otherwise, I'm starting with very little, but I'll be visiting the Sidney area soon from Oregon and can at least look through local (Indiana and Ohio) resources while I'm there. If anyone can help me research efficiently, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!!