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Kansas City Southern recently developed a 125th anniversary commemorative logo to recognize its long history.
KCS’ earliest predecessor, the 40-mile Kansas City Suburban Belt line, was incorporated on Jan. 8, 1887, and began operation in 1890, serving as a connection to, and performing local switching for, most of the major trunk lines serving Kansas City, Mo.
An abbreviated history of how KCS was formed is accessible via a link in the “about KCS” section of the Class I’s web site at www.kcsouthern.com.
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