Historic Railroad Maps
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|Sketch illustrating the positions of the commercial cities and towns of the Eastern, Middle and Western States with the principal existing and proposed lines of communication.
||Skeleton map, showing the position and connections of the Michigan Southern Rail Road (from Toledo to Chicago) with the several great rail road routes to the Atlantic seaboard and New York City via the south shore of Lake Erie.
||Railroad map of Ohio published by the state, prepared under the direction of commissioner of railroads and telegraphs.
|Southern Mississippi and Alabama showing the approaches to Mobile.
||Tunis new colored rail road map of the United States & Canadas; revised and corrected every month.
||Watson's new rail-road and distance map of the United States and Canada, 1871; compiled from the latest official sources.
|Watson's business man's county and railroad map of the United States and Dominion of Canada; compiled from latest official sources.
||The Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia Air Line; the Shenandoah Valley R.R.; Norfolk & Western R.R.; East Tennessee, Virginia, & Georgia R.R. (its leased lines,) and their connections.
||View fo the lake & north west-connections with Philadelphia.
|United States railway map, showing all the railways completed in progress and proposed in the United States & Canadas with their stations, distances & connections together with a map of routes for a Pacific railway carefully compiled from govermnent surve
||The Union Pacific system of railroad and steamship lines, 1900.
||Through route west to Pittsburg [sic
|Tunison's railroad, distance, and township map of New York from latest surveys.
||Topographical map of the Mine Hill and Schuylkill-Haven Rail Road with its branches and extension to Ashland; surveyed and drawn by Henry W. Poole, Civl. Topl. Ming. Engr. Pottsville, Pa. Dec. 1854, to accompany the Report to the stockholders.
||Traveller's map of the middle, northern, eastern states and Canada showing all the railroad, steamboat, canal and principal stage routes.
|Traveling map of the western states, exhibiting the counties, towns and villages, the rail ways, rivers, canals, and lakes and towns & stations on them; engraved by Jos. Beutler.
||Trade map of the north western states showing the counties, towns and rail roads, etc.
||Township map of Wisconsin showing The Milwaukee & Horicon Rail Road and its connections.
|Township and railroad map of Minnesota published for the Legislative Manual, 1874.
||The tourist's guide through the states of Maryland, Delaware and part of Pennysylvania & Virginia with the routes to their springs &c.; engraved by J. Yeager, Phildelphia.
||Skeleton map of rail-roads between Cape Canso and St. Louis,
|Union Pacific Rail Road, map of a portion of Nebraska Territory, showing surveys and location of lines by Peter A. Dey, C.E.
||Railroads in Michigan, with steamboat routes on the Great Lakes. Drawn and engraved for Doggett's railroad guide & gazetteer.
||Rand McNally & Co's new railroad and county map of the United States and Canada.
|Railway postal diagram of the state of Wisconsin prepared for the use of the Railway Mail Service; W. L. Nicholson, Topographer P.O. Dept.
||Railway postal diagram of the state of Ohio prepared for the use of the Railway Mail Service by W. L. Nicholson, Topographer of the Post Office Dept.
||Railway map shewing [sic] the connections between Muscatine, Iowa and the eastern cities.
|Railway map of Nebraska issued by State Board of Transportation 1889.
||Railway and county map of the Southern States;
||Skeleton map showing the rail roads completed and in progress in the United States and their connection as proposed with the harbor of Pensacola,
This is our extensive collection of historic and vintage railroad maps representing growth and settlement throughout the United States. Maps in this collection are typically from the mid to late 1800's.
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