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Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Railroad depot in 4th ave. cor. 27th St.

Map of the route of the proposed New York & Erie Railroad, as surveyed in 1834

Map of the route of the proposed New York & Erie Railroad, as surveyed in 1834

Map of the route of the proposed New York & Erie Railroad, as surveyed in 1834

A map prepared for the report of the New York & Erie R.R. Co., 1844, exhibiting the line of the N.Y. & E. R. Road : & the present state of the work, together with the area of the country tributary to the railroad and the population thereof.

Map of the United States, showing the proposed railroad routes from coast to coast, with table of distances, etc.

New York and vicinity : accompanying Horn's U.S. railroad gazette, New York.

New York and vicinity : accompanying Horn's U.S. railroad gazette, New York.

Lake terminus of the Shell Road from the pier of the Jefferson and Pontrachain Railroad.

Map of routes for a Pacific railroad : compiled to accompany the report of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, sec. of war in Office of P.R.R. Surveys, 1855

Map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : ordered by the hon. Jeff'n Davis, Secretary of War, to accompany the reports of the explorations for a railroad route

[Erie Railroad yard showing locomotive, watertower.]

[View of the Erie Railroad yard.]

Corner of Water and Railroad Avenue.

Railroad bridge, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

[Erie Railroad yard. View of switch yard.]

[Railroad tracks over Suspension Bridge, Niagara.]

Harbor and long Wharf, from Depot Tower, New Haven.

Nichols Bridge, above Greenwich.

[Erie Railroad yard, showing round house.]

Railroad bridge, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Williams Bridge Station.

Suspension Bridge, Niagara [railroad tracks].

[Erie Railroad yard, including view of a round house and watertower.]

Railroad suspension bridge, &c.

Railroad bridge, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

[View of the Erie Railroad yard.]

Suspension Bridge, Niagara [railroad tracks].

New Haven R.R. [View of a building.]

Greenwich Harbor view from Depot.

Railroad suspension bridge, &c.

Railroad bridge, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

[Erie Railroad yard, showing round house.]

[Railroad tracks over Suspension Bridge, Niagara.]

[View of a bridge.]

[View of the Erie Railroad yard.]

[Railroad bridge over the Erie Canal.]

Corner of Water and Railroad Avenue.

[View of the Erie Railroad yard.]

Norwalk Harbor and Steam Boat dock.

[View of a bridge.]

[Erie Railroad yard, showing locomotive and switching yard.]

Railroad, top of Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls.

[View of the river and industrial building at the other side.]

River at Stamford.

Niagara. [View down the railroad tracks, Suspension Bridge.]

Mount Anthony - summit of the Wahsatch [Wasatch] Mts. near Devils' Gate. Union Pacific Railroad.

The notch in the Devil's Gate. Union Pacific Railroad.

R.R. Bridge, Weber Canyon, Pacific Railroad.

Devil's Gate from the south, the high peaks of the Wahsatch [Wasatch] in the distance. Union Pacific Railroad.

Devil's Gate from the south, the high peaks of the Wahsatch [Wasatch] in the distance. Union Pacific Railroad.

Looking east on Weber River, from Devil's Gate. Union Pacific Railroad.

Echo Canon, U.P.R.R. [Union Pacific Railroad]

Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon. Union Pacific Railroad.

Depot of the Chicago and N.W.R.R. [North Western Railroad depot]

Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon. Union Pacific Railroad.

Central Pacific Railroad depot, at Sacramento City.

Half way around Cape Horn, Central Pacific Railroad.

Railroad tracks and Coon River west of city.

Mt. Washington Railroad, from the Depot.

Mount Washington Railroad.

Mount Washington Railroad Depot.

Mt. Washington Railroad.

Gulf Station, Mt. Washington Railroad.

Upper Cisco in winter,altitude 5911 feet. Central Pacific Railroad.

Central Pacific Railroad, Bloomer Cut, near Auburn, Placer County.

Falls on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake, Central Pacific Railroad.

View of the trestle work of San Antonio Creek, Western Pacific Railroad.

Half way around Cape Horn, Central Pacific Railroad.

[View of a mountain railroad.]

[View of railroad construction from hill.]

[View of railroad construction from hill.]

[View of 4 men with tools and a railroad hand car.]

[View of temporary(?) railroad to haul away materials, Sheldon Junction, Vt.]

Winter view at Central Pacific Railroad Depot, Cisco, Placer County.

[Railroad scene.]

[Railroad scene.]

Bas relief over old NYC HRRR [Hudson River Railroad] terminal at St. Jones Park.

Railroad tresle bridge, between 100th & 116th Streets on Fourth Avenue, New York. (View looking south, from 108th St., about one-sixth of the whole bridge.)

The elevated railroad of New York City at 110th Street.

New York City. [3rd Avenue Railroad Depot]

Shaw Run trout stream, & trestle, on the Bells Gap R. R.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

P. R. R. shops’ Altoona, Pa. interior of locomotive black-smith shop.

From the top of Kittanning, east.

From above Allegrippus going east on the P. R. R.

On the high grade above Altoona, looking eastward.

Winter at Horse-shoe Bend, on the Penna. R. R.

Elevated railroad, Coenties Slip, N. Y.

Elevated railroad, New York.

Elevated railroad, New York.

Looking east on Weber River, from Devil's Gate. Union Pacific Railroad.

R.R. Bridge, Weber Canyon, Pacific Railroad.

[Railroad to the mountain resorts.]

Railroad Crossing, Contoocook, N.H.

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