Texas State Archives Map Collection

"Texas New Yorker's" Railroad Map of Texas
Date: 1874
Publisher: -- None Listed --
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 inch = 35 miles
Size: 59 cm x 53 cm
Type of Map: railroad
Format: newsprint
Language: English
AC Number: 00945
Photo Media: -- None Listed --
File Size: 44.86 MB

"Texas New Yorker's" Railroad Map of Texas Image:

Subtitle: Showing All Completed and Proposed Routes, with Principal Rivers, County Boundaries and County Seats, Railroad Stations and Distances, Congressional Districts, United States Military Telegraph Line and Frontier Posts As described in the subtitle. Insets: 1) [Railroad Connections Between Texas and the Eastern United States,] 2) Proposed Line of the International R[ailroad], 3) [on back of map] Texas New Yorker's Map of the United States Showing the Principal Railroad Routes. Table: Names of Railroad Stations and Distances of all completed Lines in Texas. Newsprint. Note: the reverse of this map was scanned in addition to the front. Long. 93 - 106 deg. 8/11/82

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