The Chicago Tribune did a flashback page on the stockyards. They included a map showing three stations. I assume these stations were where the livestock was unloaded. The stations were Swift,Armour and Morris. I recognize the names Swift and Armour as historic names in the meat business.
Does anybody know who Morris might have been.
I assume that Swift and Armour were taken over by other companies. Does anybody know what companies own these names?
Does anybody have any information as to what rail lines fed the stockyards?