Maps Map of the Shore Line Rail Road route between New York and Boston, showing its rail road and steamboat connection with New York, New Haven, New London, Stonington, Providence, Newport, and Boston.
H.F. Wallings Map Establishment
Shore Line Railroad
Walling, Henry Francis
Shore Line Railroad
- Map of the Shore Line Rail Road route between New York and Boston, showing its rail road and steamboat connection with New York, New Haven, New London, Stonington, Providence, Newport, and Boston.
- Detailed map of lower New England states and part of New York indicating drainage, cities and towns, state boundaries, township lines, and the railroad network.
- Contributor Names
- Walling, Henry Francis, 1825-1888.
- Shore Line Railroad.
- H.F. Wallings Map Establishment.
- Created / Published
- N[ew] Y[ork], 1860.
- Subject Headings
- - Shore Line Railroad
- - Railroads--New England--Maps
- - United States--New England
- - Scale ca. 1:420,000.
- - "The Shore Line possesses the advantages over the interior lines to Boston of being free from dust with cool and pleasant sea breezes in summer, from the water, which it skirts all the way from New York to Providence, being equally certain in its connections and its time of arrival. For passengers to Newport, Providence, New Bedford, Taunton and places on the Cape it is a direct reliable route of much shorter time than any other. Passengers leaving New York at 8 AM. arrive at Boston about 6 PM."
- - LC Railroad maps, 561
- - Description derived from published bibliography.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
- col. map 73 x 91 cm.
- Call Number
- G3721.P3 1860 .W3
- Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
- Other Formats
- - MARCXML Record
- - MODS Record
- - Dublin Core Record
- Catalog Record
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