Also shows reservoirs, water pumping stations, powerplants, electric substations, gas plants, police stations and precinct boundaries, telephone and telegraph offices, railroad stations and yards, R.O.T.C., National Guard, and Marine installations in red overprint. Oriented with north toward the upper left. "J.P.S. Nov. 1931." "File no. 7-49." "10250." LC copy rubber-stamped, laminated, halved, and mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress ...
Contributor:United States. Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital
Relief shown by hachures. Shows the path of the Union Pacific Railroad in the Great Salt Lake region from the Weber River in the east to the Great Salt Lake in the west. Pen-and-ink, colored ink, and watercolor on tracing linen. Includes illustrations and text. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Map of the South Carolina tidewater area between Charleston and Savannah, Ga. "The red line represents the located line; the blue lines represent some of the principal experimental lines." Chartered December 20, 1853. Reorganized in 1866 as the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
Contributor:Walker, Evans & Co. - Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Scale 1:60,000; 5,000 ft. to the in. "Aug. 1849." Relief shown by hachures. Includes statistical data and gradient profile. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. AACR2: 650/2; 710
Contributor:Appleton, Edward - Williams, W. A. - J.H. Bufford & Co.
Scale 1:760,320. At head of title: Coast route, California Map no. 1. Relief shown by hachures. From U.S. War Department, Explorations and Surveys for a Railroad Route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Topographical Maps . . . to Illustrate the Various Reports . . . (Washington, 1859) LC Railroad maps, 158 Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library ...
Contributor:Custer, H. - Davis, Jefferson - Parke, John G. - United States. War Department
Map shows Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Includes a table of distances and indicates "constructed & completed" and "contemplated & chartered" railroads. The Cocheco line was chartered on July 2, 1847.
Detailed general map of the eastern half of the United States framed in decorative borders indicating drainage, cities and towns, canals, roads, the railroad network, and indicating the proposed railroad routes to the Pacific Ocean. Railroads in progress are indicated by dashed lines. [From published bibliography]
Contributor:Williams, W. (Wellington) - Williams, W.
Printed topographic strip map with manuscript annotations to show the geologic structure along the route of the railroad. The Alexandria and the Chesapeake and Ohio canals and stage stable for horses used on the Piedmont stage route to North Carolina are also indicated. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad Company was founded in 1848 to divert hinterland products away from Baltimore and Richmond to Alexandria, ...
Contributor:Faul, August - Orange and Alexandria Railroad Company
Physical map of Pennsylvania and parts of adjacent states showing drainage, relief by hachures, spot heights in feet, state boundaries, canals, cities and towns. Finished and proposed railroads with names of lines and mileages are indicated.
Contributor:Herron, James W. - Great Western and Lake Erie Railroad
Topographic strip map of the Hudson River Valley from Waterford to New York City, showing drainage, relief by hachures, county and township boundaries, cities and towns, roads and canals. Indicates the track of the Hudson River Railroad and the "line surveyed but not adopted." Chartered in 1846 and consolidated with New York Central Railroad. See entries 486-488.
Contributor:Snyder, George - Moore, W. C. - Haering, Robert - Hudson River Railroad
Relief shown by hachures. "Published in the statistical edition of the Galveston news, September 1st, 1883." Includes tables showing "Railroad construction in the United States" and "Railroad towns in Texas having a population of 1,000 and over". Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Lc copy imperfect: Holes and torn along fold lines.
Contributor:Hensoldt, E. A. - Rand Mcnally and Company
County and township map of Alabama and vicinity showing drainage, cities and towns, and main railroads in heavy lines. Chartered in 1848. Reorganized in 1866 under title of Selma, Rome, and Dalton Railroad.
Contributor:G.W. & C. Colton & Co. - Alabama and Tennessee River Railroad
Outline map of the northeastern and north-central United States with the railroad network overprinted in red. A red border is printed around the map simulating a wooden frame. See entry 404. [From published bibliography]
Contributor:Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins) - Colton, J. H.
Outline map of the eastern United states including Cuba and the Gulf of Mexico. Shows the railroad network and steamship routes. Indicates the railroad land grant and the coal and iron deposits in Alabama. Distances from Washington, D.C., to New Orleans, La. are shown below the title. Chartered in 1853 and 1854. Consolidated with the Wills Valley Railroad, forming the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad.
Contributor:Hoyer & Ludwig - North East and South West Alabama Railroad
Map of the north-central United States showing relief by hachures, cities and towns, township and county boundaries, wagon roads, and railroad network with emphasis on the main line. Incorporated February 12, 1849, as the Aurora Branch Railroad. Known popularly as the Burlington Route.
Contributor:Heubach, Emil - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company