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Whippoorwill (train) The C&EI discontinued the "Whippoorwill" in 1948 after the L&N began running a section of the "Georgian" to Chicago over a similar schedule. The C&EI reassigned the "Whippoorwill"'s equipment to the "Georgian" and the "Humming Bird" until finally selling most of it to the Illinois Central in the early 1960s.
Whippoorwill (disambiguation) Whippoorwill, Whip-poor-will and variants may refer to:
Whippoorwill (train) The Whippoorwill was a short-lived passenger train operated by the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad (C&EI) between Chicago, Illinois and Evansville, Indiana.
Whippoorwill Creek Whippoorwill Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of Loutre River.
The Whippoorwill The album debuted on the Top Country Albums chart at No. 59 before their album's official release in August 2012, and re-entered the chart 4 weeks later at No.8 on its official release (chart date September 1, 2012). It also debuted on "Billboard" 200 at No. 40 on its official release, as well as No. 10 on the Independent Albums chart and No. 12 on the Top Rock Albums chart. The album has sold 51,000 copies in the US as of October 2012.
The Whippoorwill The album was released in the UK in February 2014, and it debuted at No.30 on the UK album Top 100 chart and No. 1 on the UK Country Album Chart with 2,973 copies sold for the week.
Whippoorwill, Kentucky Whippoorwill is an unincorporated community in Logan County, Kentucky, United States.
Whippoorwill (train) The train's original consist, as delivered by Pullman-Standard, included the following cars:
Whippoorwill Creek Whippoorwill Creek was so named on account of Eastern whip-poor-wills near its course.
Whippoorwill (train) The C&EI introduced the "Whippoorwill" in 1946 as a day train supplement to the express streamliners it operated in conjunction with the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N). The "Whippoorwill" was one of the first new streamliners introduced after World War II, with completely new equipment delivered by Pullman-Standard. A C&EI advertisement in "Trains" magazine touted the "ultra-modern chair car accommodations" and "latest type passenger Diesel locomotives."