Railroad Police Badges

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American Federation of Labor Railway Patrolman Badge

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Alaskan Railroad Special Police Chief's Badge #1.  Sterling Silver and worn during the 1920's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Allegheny Valley Street Railway Police Badge.  Circa 1890's from Pennsylvania

The Allegheny Valley Railroad (reporting mark AVR) is a class III railroad that operates in Western Pennsylvania, and is owned by Carload Express, Inc.

AVR acts as a feeder line connecting its many and varied customers to Class I railroads such as CSX Transportation(CSX) and Norfolk Southern Railway (NS), and regional lines such as the Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad (B&P) and the modern Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway (WE).  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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American Railway Express Company Police Officer Badge.

The Railway Express Agency (REA) was a national monopoly set up by the United States federal government in 1917. Rail express services provided small package and parcel transportation using the extant railroad infrastructure much as UPS functions today using the road system. The United States government was concerned about the rapid, safe movement of parcels, money, and goods during World War I and REA was its solution to this problem. REA ceased operations in 1975, when its business model ceased to be viable. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Rick Calley

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American Railway Express Police Badge #18

The Railway Express Agency (REA) was a national monopoly set up by the United States federal government in 1917. Rail express services provided small package and parcel transportation using the extant railroad infrastructure much as UPS functions today using the road system. The United States government was concerned about the rapid, safe movement of parcels, money, and goods during World War I and REA was its solution to this problem. REA ceased operations in 1975, when its business model ceased to be viable.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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AMTRAK Railroad Police

The Amtrak Police Department (APD) is a railroad police agency, security organization that acts as the law enforcement arm of Amtrak (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation), the government-owned passenger train system in the United States.[1] It is headquartered at Union Station in Washington, D.C., and has about 428 sworn police officers, most of whom are stationed within the Northeast Corridor, Amtrak's busiest route.

This quasi-federal agency has primary jurisdiction on Amtrak stations nationwide, trains, rights-of-way, maintenance facilities and crimes committed against Amtrak or its passengers. (Wikipedia)

1985

Amtrak Police Reagan/Bush Inauguration Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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1989

Amtrak Railroad Police Inauguration Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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1997

Amtrak Railroad Police Group Rank Inauguration Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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2005

Amtrak Railroad Police Detective Inauguration Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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2009

Amtrak Railroad Police Inauguration Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Officer Badge # 1993

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Officer Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Patrolman Badge # 323

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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 Amtrak Railroad Police Lieutenant Star Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Sergeant #507 Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Lieutenant #150 Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Patrolman #412 Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Hat Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Investigator Badge N.E.C.

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Yard Guard #2 Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Patrolman Badge #429

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Sergeant Badge #85 with Illinois State Seal

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Patrolman Badge #428 with Illinois State Seal

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Patrolman Badge #357

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Badge #361

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Special Agent Badge #125

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad police Detective Badge #15

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Detective Badge #303

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Challenge Coin

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police Special Operations Challenge Coin front 

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Police F.O.P Challenge Coin

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Badge #54

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Lieutenant North West Corridor Badge

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Detective Badge #370

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Badge #423

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Patrolman Badge #353

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Captain Badge #49

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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Amtrak Railroad Police Officer
Badge #2465

Courtesy of Jurgen Mohr

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1970's

Rare Amtrak Detective Badge #210.  Used in San Francisco, CA

Courtesy of Nickie Malarkey

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RailwayBadge #31

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (reporting mark ATSF), often referred to as the Santa Fe or AT&SF, was one of the larger railroads in the United States. Chartered in February 1859, the railroad reached the Kansas-Colorado border in 1873 and Pueblo, Colorado, in 1876.

Courtesy of Fine Estate Liquidations

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RailwayBadge #112

Courtesy of Randy Grago

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RailwayBadge #243 

Courtesy of Ross Jackson

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Special Officer Badge #965

Courtesy of Ross Jackson

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Police Captain Badge. Sterling Silver worn in the 1020's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Atchison, Tepeka and Santa Fe Raiway Police Lieutenant Badge.

Courtesy of Southern Pacific Railroad Special Agent Jackson.

 

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Boston and Albany Railroad Police Sergeant Badge.  An early 1920's badge called "the radiator" due to its' shape. The Boston and Albany Railroad (reporting mark B&A)[1] was a railroad connecting BostonMassachusettsto Albany, New York, later becoming part of the New York Central Railroad system, Conrail, and CSX Transportation.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad #16 Badge.

The Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad (reporting mark BLE) is a class II railroad that operates in northwestern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio.  The railroad's main route runs from the Lake Erie port of Conneaut, Ohio to the Pittsburgh suburb of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, a distance of 139 miles (224 km). (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron.

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Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Police Badge #22.  Circa 1920's from Pensylvania.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Baltimore and Ohio Detective Badge with name John J. Osborne. 14k gold dating back to the 1920's with US Capitol Center

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (reporting marks B&OBO) is the oldest railroad in the United States and the first common carrier railroad, with its first section opening in 1830. It came into being mostly because the city of Baltimore wanted to compete with the newly constructed Erie Canal (which served New York City) and another canal being proposed by Pennsylvania, which would have connected Philadelphia and Pittsburgh (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Police Captain's Badge.

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Group of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Police Investigator Badges all with US Capital center piece.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (RRbadges@aol.com)

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Boston and Main Railroad Police Lieutenant Badge.

The Boston and Maine Corporation (reporting mark BM), known as the Boston and Maine Railroad (B&M), was a U.S. Class I railroad in northern New England. It became part of what is now the Pan Am Railways network in 1983. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of William Caban

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British Columbia Rail Police Badge

BC Rail (reporting mark BCOL, BCIT), known as the British Columbia Railway between 1972 and 1984 and as the Pacific Great Eastern Railway (PGE) before 1972, was a railway that operated in the Canadian province of British Columbia between 1912 and 2004. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Burlington Northern Railroad Police Special Agent Badge

Courtesy of Special Agent William Pelozi

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Burlington Northern Railroad Police Special Agent Badge

The Burlington Northern Railroad was the product of a March 2, 1970, merger of four major railroads—the Great Northern RailwayNorthern Pacific RailwaySpokane, Portland and Seattle Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad—as well as a few small jointly owned subsidiaries owned by the four.[2] The merged railroad was initially going to be called Great Northern Pacific & Burlington Lines (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Special Agent William Pelozi

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Burlington Northern Railroad Police Badge with State of North Dakota seal.

Courtesy of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Special Agent Ed Carruthers

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Railway Railroad Police 150 year Badge

Courtesy of Pat Carter

1965, Brea police Department Dispatcher, Brea, California

1966 Police Officer Desert Hot Springs Police Department, Desert Springs, California

1967 Police Officer, Escalon Police Department, Escalon, California

1971 Special Agent, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Police Department (the "Santa Fe)

 1993 Chef of Police, ATSF Railroad Police

1995 Chief of Police and Assistant Vice President, Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Police Department.

2003 Retired.

Bat Masterson was the first Chief of Police of the Santa Fe and Pat Carter was the last.

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Canadian National Railroad Police

The Canadian National Railway Company (reporting mark CN) (French: Compagnie des chemins de fer nationaux du Canada) is a Canadian Class I freight railway headquartered in Montreal, Quebec that serves Canada and the Midwestern and Southern United States. (Wikipedia)

Canadian National Railroad Constable Belt Badge.

Current since 1998 with new CN police Log.

Picture courtesy of Pierre Bergeron, B.Sc, Inspecteur par interim/Acting Inspector CN Police Maritimes/Quebec

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Canadian National Railroad PoliceDetective Belt Badge.

Current since 2005 with the creation of the Special Branch Service.

Picture courtesy of Pierre Berger

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1940-1960 Canadian National Railroad Police Constable breast badge.

 Picture courtesy of Pierre Berger

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Canadian Nation Railroad Constable Badge

Courtesy of Pierre Berger

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1930 Canadian National Railroad Police pocket ID Badge.

Courtesy of Pierre Berger

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Canadian National Railway Police Special Police dating prior to 1916

Courtesy of Pierre Berger

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Canadian National Railway Police Badge 499 used by Railway Police used between 1923 to 1930.

Courtesy of Pierre Berger

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Canadian National Railway Police Badge 617 used by Railway Police used between 1923 to 1930.

Courtesy of Pierre Berger

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Old Canadian Northern Railway Police Badge.

The Canadian Northern Railway[1] (CNoR) is a historic Canadian transcontinental railway. At its demise in 1923, when it was merged into the Canadian National Railway (reporting mark CN), the CNoR owned a main line between Quebec City and Vancouver via OttawaWinnipeg, and Edmonton. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Canadian Pacific Railroad Special Police Badge.  Very rare from circa 1880's.

The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), also known formerly as CP Rail (reporting mark CP) between 1968 and 1996, is a historic Canadian Class I railroad incorporated in 1881. The railroad is owned by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, which began operations as legal owner in a corporate restructuring in 2001.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Canadian Pacific Railway Department of Investigations Constable #104.  1970's era.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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Canadian Pacific Railway Police Badge #345.  1980' era.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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Canadian Pacific Railway Police Badge #180.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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2010 Canadian Pacific Railway Police Constable Badge.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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1990's Canadian Pacific Railway Police Service Badge.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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2001 t0 2009 Canadian Pacific Railway Badge wit#1881.

Courtesy of CP Special Agent Jason Bless

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Central Railroad Company Chief of Police  14k Presentation Badge with two large diamonds for Chief Joshua B. Gray (1900- 1920's)

The Central Railroad of New Jersey, also known as the Jersey Central or Jersey Central Lines (reporting markCNJ), was a Class I railroad with origins in the 1830s. 

Courtesy of Pierre Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aolcom)

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Central Vermont Railway Investigator Badge.

The Vermont Central Railroad was chartered October 31, 1843 to build a line across the center of Vermont, running from Burlington on Lake Champlain east to Montpelier, and then southeast and south to Windsor on the Connecticut River.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Police Superintendent Badge, Sterling Silver

The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (reporting marks C&OCO) was a Class I railroad formed in 1869 in Virginiafrom several smaller Virginia railroads begun in the 19th century. Led by industrialist Collis P. Huntington, it reached from Virginia's capital city of Richmond to the Ohio River by 1873, where the railroad town (and later city) of Huntington, West Virginia was named for him.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Chessie System Railroad Police Badge #56.

Chessie System, Inc. was a holding company that owned the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway (C&O), the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O), the Western Maryland Railway (WM), and several smaller carriers. It was incorporated in Virginia on February 26, 1973, and it acquired the C&O (which controlled the other companies) on June 15. C&O had been popularly known as "Chessie System" since the 1930s. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Ed Snediker

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Badges that belonged to Don Adams who was the first, last, and only Superintendent that the Chessie System Railroad Police Department had in the Chicago area before the Chessie System became the CSX Transportation Company.

Don Adams actually wore the Captain's badge and the Superintendent badge.

Courtesy of William Caban

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Chicago and Alton Railroad Labor Agent William Martin Badge.  He worked as a strike breaker in the early 1900's for the Chicago and Alton Railroad.

The Alton Railroad (reporting mark A) was the final name of a railroad linking Chicago to Alton, IllinoisSt. Louis, Missouri, and Kansas City, Missouri. Its predecessor, the Chicago and Alton Railroad (reporting mark C&A),[1] was purchased by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1931 and was controlled until 1942 when the Alton was released to the courts. On May 31, 1947 the Alton Railroad was merged into the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio RailroadJacob Bunnhad been one of the founding reorganizers of the Chicago & Alton Railroad Company during the 1860s. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Chicago and Alton Railroad Special Police

Courtesy of William Caban

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Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Police Detective Badge.

The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (often referred to as the Milwaukee Road) (reporting markMILW), was a Class I railroad that operated in the Midwest and Northwest of the United States from 1847 until 1980, when its Pacific Extension (MontanaIdaho, and Washington) was abandoned following a bankruptcy. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Kevin McDevitt

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Group of old Pie Badges.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Group of old Pie Badges.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Group of old Pie Badges.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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The Chicago and North Western Transportation Company (reporting mark CNW) was a Class I railroad in the Midwestern United States. It was also known as the North Western. The railroad operated more than 5,000 miles (8,000 km) of track as of the turn of the 20th century, and over 12,000 miles (19,000 km) of track in seven states before retrenchment in the late 1970s. Until 1972, when the employees purchased the company, it was named the Chicago and North Western Railway (or Chicago and North Western Railway Company). (Wikipedia)

C.&N.W. Ry Co., Police Badge 180 with hat piece 180 (Chicago & North Western)

Courtesy of Dorothy Peck

May 1974, Chicago & North Western Railroad, Clerk, Chicago, IL

June 1977, CNW RR, Special Agent, Chicago, IL

Aug 1995, Union Pacific Railroad, Senior Special Agent, Proviso, IL

Oct 2000, UP RR, Senior Special Agent II Supervisor, Proviso, IL

June 2005, UP RR, Senior Special Agent III Supervisor, Proviso, IL

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Chicago and North Western Badge 4020 Circa 1920's "pie plate" star

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Chicago Special Police Patrolman Badge 1863

Courtesy of Lori Augenstein/Edward Grady Fulcher

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Chicago Special Police Patrolman Badge #X293.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Detective Badge.

The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (often referred to as the Milwaukee Road) (reporting markMILW), was a Class I railroad that operated in the Midwest and Northwest of the United States from 1847 until 1980, when its Pacific Extension (MontanaIdaho, and Washington) was abandoned following a bankruptcy. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Kevin McDevitt

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CSX BADGES

CSX Transportation (reporting mark CSXT) is a Class I railroad operating in the eastern United States and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, the railroad operates approximately 21,000 route miles (34,000 km) of track.  (Wikipedia)

 

Current belt badge worn by CSX Railroad Special Agents.

Courtesy of Bill Laubenheimer

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CSX Rail Transportation, Police Lt., State of Tennessee Badge

Courtesy of A.A. Young

1969, Ocean Springs, MS PD, Part time Police Officer/Dispatcher

1972, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Investigator, Jackson, MS

1976, Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Special Agent

1978, L&N Railroad, Assistant Inspector Class B

1983, L&N Railroad, Assistant Inspector Class A

1992, CSX Railroad, Lieutenant in Charge of Special Investigation Unit

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CSX Railroad Special Agent Badge worn by Lt. Jim Fisher at his retirement in 2003. 

Jim also worked as a Railroad Special Agent for the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.

Courtesy of Jim Fisher

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CSX Railroad Police Retired Badge.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Transportation Railroad Police Hat Piece.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Transportation Railroad Police Badge.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Railroad Police challenge coin

Courtesy of AJ Victor

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CSX Railroad Police Rapid Response Team challenge coin.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Railroad Police Professionalism Safety Trust challenge coin.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Railroad Police Excellence In Safety and Service challenge coin.

Courtesy of William Caban

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CSX Hazardous Material Incident Management Team challenge coin.

Courtesy of William Caban

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Delaware and Hudson Railroad Police Captain's Badge.

The Delaware and Hudson Railway (D&H) (reporting mark DH) is a railroad that operates in the northeastern United States. In 1991, after more than 150 years as an independent railroad, the D&H was purchased by Canadian Pacific Railway (CP). CP operates D&H under its subsidiary Soo Line Corporation which also operates Soo Line Railroad.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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 Denver Rio Grande BADGES

 

 

Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Shop Watchman badge from the 1940's.

The Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (reporting mark DRGW), often shortened to Rio Grande, D&RG or D&RGW, formerly the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, was an American Class I railroad company. The railroad started as a 3 ft (914 mm) narrow-gauge line running south from DenverColorado in 1870. It served mainly as a transcontinental bridge line between Denver, and Salt Lake CityUtah. The Rio Grande was also a major origin of coal and mineral traffic.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Denver & Rio Grand Railroad Special Agent Badge #15 and worn in the 1940's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Assistant Special Agent Badge #3 retired and worn in the 1940's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Special Agent Badge #22 issued in the 1980's and wornbefore the Southern Pacific Railroad merger.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Police Badge with initials H.S.F. in early nickel and worn duringthe 1930's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Special Agent Badge #1265 belonging to G. B. Leonard and worn during the 1950's and 1960's.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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This Denver and Rio Grande Bridge Guard U.S.R.A. Badge is from World War I when the U.S. Railroad Administration took over the railroads to keep them from striking.

Courtesy of Jurgon Mohr

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Denver and Rio Grande Detective Badge.

Courtesy of UP Deputy Chief Glenn "Skinny" Grannan

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Detroit and Toledo Shore Line Railroad Police Badge #13.

The Detroit and Toledo Shore Line Railroad (reporting mark DTS) is a historic railroad that operated in northwestern Ohio and southeastern Michigan.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Robert Mclimoyle

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Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Police.

The Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway (reporting mark EJE) was a Class I railroad, operating between Waukegan, Illinois and Gary and Porter Indiana. The railroad served as a link between Class I railroads traveling to and from Chicago, although it operated almost entirely within the city's suburbs, and only entered Chicago where it served the U.S. Steel South Works on the shores of Lake Michigan. Nicknames for the railroad included "The J" and "The Chicago Outer Belt Line". At the end of 1970, the EJ&E operated 164 miles of track and carrying 848 million ton-miles of revenue freight in that year alone. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Police Captain Badge.

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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E.G. Fulcher Erie Railroad Police Sargent Badge.

The Erie Railroad (reporting mark ERIE) was a railroad that operated in the northeastern United States, originally connecting New York City — more specifically Jersey City, New Jersey,  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Lori Augenstein/Edward Grady Fulcher

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Erie Railroad Police Retired Badge.

Courtesy of Lori Augenstein/Edward Grady Fulcher

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Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway Police Badge #208

The Colorado in its name refers to the Colorado River of Texas, not the state of Colorado. In the line's early days, it was often called the Harrisburg Road or the Harrisburg Railroad. In 1868, it changed owners and became the Galveston, Harrisburg, & San Antonio Railroad (reporting mark GHSA).[1] It was the oldest component of the  system (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Pierre Bergeron

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Great Northern Division Railroad Police Badge

The Great Northern Railway (reporting mark GN) was an American Class I railroad. Running from Saint Paul, Minnesota, to SeattleWashington, it was the creation of 19th-century railroad entrepreneur James J. Hill and was developed from the Saint Paul & Pacific Railroad. The Great Northern's (GN) route was the northernmost transcontinental railroad route in the U.S.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of William Pelozzi

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Great Northern Railroad Special Agent Chief's Badge belonging to Chief Alton G. Ray with the face of GN President Louis Hill in center.  This badge is made from 14k gold.

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Great Northern Railroad Police Special Agent Badge with name Wm. Pelozzi.

Courtesy of Railroad Special Agent William Pelozzi

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Great Northern Railway Special Police Badge #12.

Courtesy of Railroad Special Agent William Pelozzi

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Great Northern Railway Special Police Badge.

Courtesy of Railroad Special Agent William Pelozzi

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Great Northern Railway Special Police Badge.

Courtesy of Special Agent William Pelozzi

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Great Northern Railway Watchman Badge

Courtesy of Special Agent William Pelozzi

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Grand Trunk Railway Police Badge.

The Grand Trunk Railway (reporting mark GT) was a railway system that operated in the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and in the American states of ConnecticutMaineMichiganMassachusettsNew Hampshire, and Vermont.[1] The railway was operated from headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, with corporate headquarters in LondonEngland (4 Warwick House Street). It cost an estimated $160 million to build.[citation needed] The Grand Trunk, its subsidiaries, and the Canadian Government Railways were precursors of today's Canadian National Railways.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Robert McLimoyne

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Grand Trunk Railroad Police Sergeant  Badge.

Courtesy of Robert McLimoyne

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Grand Trunk Railroad Police Lieutenant Badge.

Courtesy of Robert McLimoyne

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Grand Trunk Railroad Constable Badge #21.  This was used in Canada in the 1890's

Courtesy of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Grand Trunk Railroad Constable Badge.  This was used in Canada in the 1890's

Courtesy of Ron Bobson

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Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad Police Badge 92

The Gulf, Mobile and Ohio (reporting mark GMO) was a Class I railroad in the central United States whose primary routes extended from Mobile, Alabama, and New Orleans, Louisiana, to St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, as well as Chicago, Illinois.  (Wikipedia)

Courtesy Of Chip Greiner (rrbadges@aol.com)

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Houston Belt Railway Railroad Police Badge #214

Courtesy of Mike Thomas

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Illinois Central Badges

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Illinois Central Railroad Police Sergeant Badge

ILL. Cent. R.R. Police Railway Badge 1126 (Illinois Central) Badge 1126 with hat piece State of Louisiana 1126 (1940’s)

The Illinois Central Railroad (reporting mark IC), sometimes called the Main Line of Mid-America, was a railroad in the central United States, with its primary routes connecting Chicago, Illinois, with New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama. A line also connected Chicago with Sioux City, Iowa (1870). There was a significant branch to Omaha, Nebraska (1899), west of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and another branch reaching Sioux Falls, South Dakota (1877), starting from Cherokee, Iowa. The Sioux Falls branch has been abandoned in its entirety. (Wikipedia)

Courtesy of Jeff Penebaker

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1972, Illinois Central Gulf Railroad, Special Agent, Memphis, TN

1974, ICG Railroad, Special Agent, Springfield, IL

1975, ICG Railroad, Special Agent, Kosciusko, MS

1980, ICG Railroad, Special Agent, New Orleans, LA

1990, Kansas City Southern Railroad, Special Agent, Metairie, LA

2000, KCS Railroad, Assistant Chief of Police, Baton Rouge

ILL. Cent. R.R. Police Railway Badge 1126 (Illinois Central) Badge 1126 with hat piece State of Louisiana 1126 (1940’s)

Courtesy of Jeff Penebaker

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Illinois Central Railroad Police Badge #106 with State of Illinois center piece.

Courtesy Jeff Penebaker

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Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Police Badge #940

Courtesy of Special Agent Jeff Penebaker

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Illinois Central Gulf Railroad State of Illinois #106

Courtesy of Charlie Soukup "Chuck the Cop"

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Illinois Central Gulf RR Hat Piece

Courtesy of Charlie Soukup "Chuck the Cop"

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Illinois Central Star Pie Badge

Courtesy of Patrick Quiroz

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