Historic Railroad Maps
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|Map of the rail-roads of the state of New York prepared under the direction of Van Renssselaer Richmond, state engineer and surveyor; Geo R. Perkins, Dep State Engineer & Surveyor.
||Map of the rail-roads of the state of New York prepared under the direction of Silas Seymour, state engineer surveyor.
||Map of the rail roads of the state of New York showing the stations, distances & connections with other roads; Thos. Pentingale, L.P. Behn.
|Map of the rail roads of Pennsylvania and parts of adjoining states.
||Map of the rail roads of New Jersey, and parts of adjoining states.
||Map showing the Norfolk & Western Railroad and its connections.
|Map of the railroads and extensions of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company.
||Map showing the principal rail road in the middle & adjoining states, in operation & in progress.
||Map showing the route & connections of the Central Rail Road Extension Company of Long Island.
|Map showing the road of the Coal and Iron Railway Co. and the coal and iron ore lands along its line.
||Map showing the railroad and highway bridge over the Missouri River at St. Joseph, Mo. and the railroads connecting therewith.
||A map showing the rail road connection between Pottsville & Sunbury through the Schuylkill Mahanoy and Shamokin coal fields, July 9th 1852.
|Map showing the proposed rail roads from Boston to Burlington, from Hale's map of New England.
||Map showing the proposed Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia Railroad connecting and extending the Chattanooga Southern Railway, Marietta and North Georgia Railway, Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad, and Morristown and Cumberland Gap Railroad.
||Map showing the location of the Galena & Chicago Union Railroad with its branches & connections in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota.
|Map showing the principal rail-road routes in the eastern, middle & western states, & exhibiting the New-York & Erie Rail-Road, with its branches and connections, completed or in progress.
||Map showing the route and connections of the Mississippi Valley Railroad of Louisiana; E. Baldwin, chief engineer.
||Map showing the preliminary line of the East River Railroad, May, 1881.
|Map showing the position of Chicago in connection with the North West & the principal lines of rail roads, canals, navigable streams and lakes, together with the most important towns, and their distances from Chicago.
||Map showing the new transcontinental route of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad and its connections.
||Map showing the most direct commercial route from the Atlantic via L. Ontario, to the province of Upper Canada, the north western states & territories, and to the Mississippi.
|Map showing the location of the road and the land grant of the Atlantic and Pacific R.R. in Arizona ... in New Mexico.
||Map showing the N.E. & S.W. Alabama R.R. with its connections also the principal routes between New York and New Orleans.
||Map showing the projected route of the Potomac and Ohio Railway.
|Map showing the route of the Washington and Atlantic Railroad and its connections.
||Map of the canals & rail roads of the United States, reduced from the large map of the U.S.; engraved by J. Knight.
||Maps showing the Boston Hoosac Tunnel and Western Railway with its eastern and western connections.
|Maps showing the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad and leased lines.
||Maps showing Arkansas Central, the Helena & Corinth, and the Pine Bluff & Southwestern Railroads together forming the Texas & Northeastern Railway.
||A map, of the principal canal and rail road improvments , which will connect with the Balt. & Susqa. Rail Road at York; drawn by G. F. de la Roche. C. Engr.
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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