Examples of the cancels, when available, are posted.
RR100: The Sioux City and Pacific Railroad
From the historical information at the back of the Fullerton Catalog: Chartered August 1, 1864. Road opened March 1 1868 to California Junction, Iowa; and to Fremont, Nebr. February 11 1869. Operated the FE&MVRR (RR045) since 1871 upon completion of its first 51 miles of rail. Came under C&NW (RR055) control in 1884 and operated under its own name until 1901 when it was completely absorbed into the C&NW.
The SC&PRR operated within the states of Iowa and Nebraska, and was built to connect Sioux City to the Union Pacific at Fremont, Nebraska. As stated above, the line became a part of the Chicago and North Western in 1880s. It is now a main line of the Union Pacific. The "Blair Subdivison" of what is now the Unions Pacific was part of the old SC&PRR line and was also once part of the FE&MVRR.
Fullerton lists two types, on only the 1ct denomination. An unlisted and no year date cancel is included below:
Type 1: Two lines of plain type all caps 3 1/2mm high. RR initials 23mm long. A line of 16 dashes 22mm long and 6.5mm below. Date 1899 is 2mm high, 6mm long and 8mm below RR initials. Figure 1 of date is serifed.
1ct Pale Blue a. Normal (1) Roulette
Type 1, 1ct a.(1)
Type 2: Same as above except that date 1900 is 7mm long and 8.5mm below RR initials. Figure 1 of date is not serifed.
1ct Pale Blue a. Normal (2) HH
No image/scan available
Unlisted Type: No year date
SC&PRR - no year date, hyphen hole
unlisted by Fullerton
Richard Friedberg scan