|Company||Inter-Locking Rail and Structural Steel Co.
|Certificate Type||Capital Stock
|Date Issued||July 12, 1913|
|Printer||Smith Brooks of Denver
12" (w) by 9" (h)
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This company was incorporated in Colorado in 1913, and was the successor to the Interlocking Rail Joint Manufacturing Company.
The company made railroad tracks that interlocked to provide additional strength and flexibility. The founder of the company - J. F. Barnhill - is pictured on the piece and credited as the man who invented the inter-locking rail.
The company had offices in Chicago and Denver.
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