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The Green Diamond first ran in regular service on May 17, 1936. It was the Illinois Central’s first streamlined passenger train and proved popular with the traveling public to the point that demand outstripped the streamliner’s fixed capacity. :31; 43-46 The Green Diamond covered the 294 miles (473 km) from Chicago to St. Louis in 4 hours 55 minutes, averaging 59 miles per hour (95 km/h). :23 The Green Diamond required a single consist to operate, departing Chicago for St. Louis in the morning and returning that same evening. :82 The name honored the “green diamond” in the Illinois Central’s logo as well as the Diamond Special, the Illinois Central’s oldest train on the Chicago-St. Louis run. :22