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National American--Extra. New York and Erie Railroad. Another Statement of the Engineers. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in three columns.
1856
 

Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders of the Boston and Providence Rail-Road Company, Submitting the Report of Their Engineer, with Plans and Profiles, Illustrative of the Surveys, and Estimates of the Cost of a Rail-Road from Boston to Providence...
1832
 

Minutes of the Proceedings of the Brotherhood of the Footboard, organised Feb. 22, 1864-[1872] (now known as The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen). Sm. folio ledger. 147 pp. Ink on lined pages.
1864
 

Articles of Association of the Albany & Saratoga Plank Road Company. [Caption title].
1847
 

Statement of the St. Paul & Chicago Railway Co., Respecting the Issue of its First Mortgage...
1867
 

The Framingham Railroad Association; Articles of Incorporation, Minutes of First Meeting, List of Subscribers, Treasurer’s Accounts. 1829. 12 pp. Notebook, 4 x 6.5 in. Contenp. calf covers. Browned. Legible. Ink.
1829
 

Railroad Deeds of the Providence Worcester Railroad Copied from Deed Books. Worcester County. 1846-1890. No author; Massachusetts Board of Railroad Commissioners (?). Flyleaf signed by James W. Perkins. Book “3” on spine. 11 x 17 inches. 572 numbered pages. Ink. Covers loose, most pages intact. Left facing pages usually contain Precisely Drawn & Colored Maps (altogether, 197 of them, many full page).
1846
 

Know All Men By These Presents: That we the undersigned hereby subscribe for [ ] Shares of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Central Railroad Company, and agree to take and pay for the same by executing and delivering to said Company whenever said Company shall have survey and permanently located its route of Railroad through [ ] County on the West side of the Willamette River...at the rate of twenty five dollars per Share [changed in ink to "one hundred" dollars]...this day of [ ] 1857. [Title & partial text]. 4to. broadside on blue-gray paper.
1857
 

General Instructions to Agents. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 8-3/8," printed on light blue paper. Signed in type by R.B. Mason, General Sup’t. at conclusion, Illinois Central R.R. Office, Chicago...Old folds, brown stain in central portion, otherwise very good.
1855
 

Great National Mail Route Between the East and West. [Caption title]. Broadsheet, 15” x 13” with wood engraved map (5-3/8” x 11”) showing connecting rail lines between New York and St. Louis. Verso comprises extensive text in three columns headed “The State of Texas.” Waterstain across lower part of sheet (bottom 15%), otherwise very good. Top and bottom margins slightly cropped.
1857
 

Alaska, Kansas & Cuba R.R. Reasons Why It Should Be Permanently Located. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside.
1869
 

Iowa and Nebraska Railroad Lands for Sale on Ten Years' Credit. The 2,000,000-Acre Government Grant in Iowa and Nebraska to the Burlington & Missouri Railroad Company, now Open To Actual Settlers, 1872. [Caption title]. Elephant folio sheet of paper, printed on both sides, as folded [4 pp.].
1872
 

Union Pacific Railroad Expense Vouchers. April 1893. 480 pp. Bound Ledger, 9 x 11.5 inches. Printed filled forms. Marbled board cover, top cover loose. Cover well worn, pages legible and intact.
1893
 

NEWBURYPORT RAILROAD. [Cut of rail cars.] Winter Arrangements. On and After December 1, 1851. Trains leave Newburyport … [for Bradford]. Trains Leave Bradford … [for Newburyport]…. [Signed in type:] C.S. Tenney, Supt.
1851
 

WATCHTOWER---EXTRA! Georgetown [Mass.], Wednesday, 4 o’clock P.M. Great Rail Road Meeting at Boxford this Evening! “Clear the Track.” “Every Man to the Rescue.” [Caption title].
1847
 

Sketch of a Railway Judiciously Constructed Between Desirable Points [in Pennsylvania]. Exemplified by a Map and an Appendix of Facts....
1841
 

An Act Authorizing the Governor to Incorporate the Susquehanna and Delaware Canal and Rail Road Company.
1835
 

Articles of Incorporation of the Coon Valley Railroad Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-5/8" x 6-7/8", text in three columns, signed in type by six officers at conclusion.
1868
 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Pacific Railroad Commenced. Addressed...to the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad Company, at Their First Meeting, January 31, 1850. And also a Memorial to Congress, and the Act of Incorporation.
1850
 

ANON. Running a Time Table. A Brakeman's Story. [Wrapper title].
1873
 

BABBITT, ISAAC. American and English Reports, References and Certificates Concerning the Patent Box Lined with Soft Metal, Invented by...Printed for the Patentee.
1848
 

BENTON, T.H. Letter from Col. Benton to the People of Missouri. [Caption title].
1853
 

CAREY, MATHEW, et al Railways [Caption title].
1825
 

DRAPER, SIMEON, Jr. NEW YORK & ERIE RAILROAD Stock Auction Certificate. Signed Joseph Strong, Commissioner, 30 Aug. 1841. Sheet 13" x 15.5” folded in half. 1 pp. Watermarked “USN” with Ship & Hudson. Folds, ink, browned, bright, good.
1841
 

EICHBAUM, GEO. R. Report of the Chief Engineer on the Location and Estimates of Cost of the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad. Accompanied by the Report of Prof. Alexander C. Twining, Consulting Engineer, and the Statement of the President and Directors to the Stockholders of the Company.
1849
 

GILLESPIE, W.M. A Manual of the Principles and Practice of Road-Making: Comprising the Location, Construction, and Improvement of Roads, (Common, Macadam, Paved, Plank, etc.) and Rail-roads.
1847
 

HALE, NATHAN. Remarks on the Practability and Expediency of Rail Roads from Boston to the Hudson River, and From Boston to Providence.
1829
 

HELPER, HINTON ROWAN The Three Americas Railway. An International and Intercontinental Enterprise, Outlined in Numerous Formal Disquisitions and Five Elaborate Essays...
1881
 

HOLLADAY, BEN. Printed and Holograph Check on the Oregon and California Rail Road Company, Dec. 10, 1870, at Portland Oregon, in the Amount of $800.00, signed in full by Holladay as President. With railroad vignette. The check printed in San Francisco. Fine.
1870
 

JACKSON, WILLIAM. A Lecture on Rail Roads, Delivered January 12, 1829....Second Edition.
1829
 

KILBOURNE, BYRON. Office of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail-Road Company, No. 8 Wall Street, N.Y., December 15th, 1856. [Caption title]. Folio leaflet, folded, pp. 3-4 blank
1856
 

LESTER, FRANK M. Handbook of Chicago Stocks and Bonds.
1889
 

MORRIS, WM. E. Long Island Railroad. Directions in Case of Severe Snow Storms. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11" x 9".
1858
 

NILES TOOL WORKS. Catalogue of the Niles Tool Works. Manufacturers of Iron and Steel Working Machinery, Railway, Car, Boiler and Machine Shop Equipments. 1891.
1891
 

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. Railroad to Oregon. March 3, 1845. [Caption title].
1845
 

PICKELL, Lt. JOHN. Report of Examination and Surveys of a Route for a Rail-Road, from Canajoharie, Situated on the Erie Canal, to the Village of Catskill, on the Hudson River: Made Under the Direction of the Engineer Department of the United States…. To which is Annexed, An Act of the Legislature of…New-York, passed April 19, 1830, incorporating the Canajoharie and Catskill Rail-Road Company.
1831
 

PLUMBE, JOHN. Memorial Against Mr. Asa Whitney's Railroad Scheme. [Caption title].
1851
 

ROBERTS, EDWARDS. With the Invader: Glimpses of the New Southwest. A Brief Account of Travels in Spanish America.
1885
 

ROBINSON, MONCURE; J Report...Upon the Plan of the New-York and Erie Rail Road.
1835
 

ROOT, RILEY. To Rail Road Companies.
1857
 

ROTHSCHILD, HUGO. Three (3) Page ALS to Reverend Father Keegan Concerning Controversy Over a New Elevated Railroad. 33-35 Green Street, Brooklyn, New York, May 31, 1884. 11 x 17 inches, folded in half. Stamped postmarked cover. Wear to envelope, letter very good.
1884
 

RUTTAN, HENRY. Ventilation and Warming of Buildings. Illustrated by Fifty-Four Plates, Exemplying the Exhaustion Principle, to which is added a Complete Description and Illustration of the Ventilation of Railway Carriages, for Both Winter and Summer.
1862
 

STOCKTON, CAPT. ROBT Notice and Caution Is hereby given, that the Two Locomotive Engines Called the "Ajax" and "Achilles," Now offered for Sale by the Sheriff of Luzerne County, under Executions against the Sugar-Loaf Coal Company, But (subject to the expiration of a Lease to Captain Robert F. Stockton,) are owned by the Subscribers....[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside.
1842
 

TROOST, LEWIS. Proceedings of the Public Meeting and Board of Directors of the Mobile and Ohio Rail Road. Together with the Opinion of...
1847
 

TWINING, , A.C. Report of the Engineer on the Survey of the Valley Rail Road, in Vermont.
1837
 

UNION PACIFIC RAILRO General Freight Department. Omaha, Neb., October 1st, 1878. Special Order Number 64. On and after this date…the rates per 100 pounds upon grain in car loads of not less than 2,000 pounds nor more than 24,000 pounds when shipped from the local station named below, to Omaha, will be as follows….[Caption title & beginning of text]. Broadside (9” x 5”). Caption followed by list of Nebraska stations with two columns giving rates for shipping rye, barley & flax seed, and for shipping corn & oats, respectively, with the printed rates for both categories entirely amended in manuscript (ink). Folded to sixths at some point, wear and some small separations along folds. Light soiling, a couple of short, marginal tears, but entirely sound.
1870
 

WALKER, DAVID H. Pioneers of Prosperity.
1895
 

WALLENPAUPACK IMPROV Act of Assembly of Pennsylvania Incorporating the...with the Report of Henry G. Sargent, Civil Engineer, In relation to the proposed route, to open the Coalregion of the Lackawannock Valley to the New York market.
1830
 

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