Very detailed maps of Calhoun, Clinton, Deepwater, Montrose and Windsor (and numerous other cities in Missouri) for various dates from 1883 to 1923.
Shows, among other things, the stations, flour mills, pottery plants, and the Blair line roundhouse at Clinton.
Go to "Search This Collection" and search for the city name in Title.
The first few were transcribed from the Official Guide of the Railways with a little editing to take care of characters not in the ISO-1 set, not to mention connection lists printed sideways in the original to fit the space available. Others were scanned from the Official Guide or from Frisco timetables.
This was the first passenger run on the Kansas City & Southern, then building south from Clinton. Note: due to an error in reading my notes the date of this excursion was originally posted as May 20.
Clinton Line ("Leaky Rooof") Public Timetables:
These are transcribed from the Official Guide of the Railways with
a little editing to take care of characters not in the ISO-1 set, not to
mention connection lists (and whole timetables!) printed sideways in the original to fit the space available.
Railroads in Bates County (from the 1883 History of Cass and Bates County)
Has considerable details about the various railroads projected but not built in the railroad building booms of 1869-1873 and 1878-1883. Many of the projects would have involved Henry County as well.
Missouri: History Geology Culture at
Missouri Digital Heritage
Has a considerable number of county histories online, including Lamkin's 1919 History of Henry County. Use Browse to search the list of available books, listed by author. Conard's 1901 Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri is also here