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Texas Railroads, 1912

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

The Texas State Archives is the official archives of Texas state government. The collections of the Archives comprise the essential documentary evidence of the history of Texas, spanning three centuries, six national governments, and at least a dozen different languages. Major and unique collections at the Texas Archives include the records of the executive and legislative branches of Texas government dating back to 1836; the records of the judicial branch dating back to 1840; nearly 2500 collections of private manuscripts; a Texana book collection of 35,000 volumes; a prints and photographs collection of 700,000 Texas images; and a Texas map collection with approximately 9,000 historic maps.
Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.
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Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

Sante Fe. West yard center tracks in the distance 3 years after treating.

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

“Soo” line an excellent ditch in a bad cut. American Railroad Ditcher

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

“Soo” line making a good ditch in a bad cut. American Railroad Ditcher,.American Hoist and Derrick Company. St. Paul , Minn.

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

American Civil Engineers of the Southern Pacific Railroad of Mexico

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

Type of concrete culvert construction on the new road.

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

“Soo” Line ditching a bad cut. American Railroad Ditcher, American.Hoist and Derrick Company. St. Paul , Minnesota

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

Seven months after second Dinamine treatment, grass did not come up.again. G. C. & S. F. Railroad. April 2, 1912.

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

View of wreckage caused by what is supposed to have been the explosion.of the boiler of a passenger locomotive in the terminal yards.of the Southern Pacific Railroad at San Antonio on March 18.and which killed ... more

Early photographs of railroads of Texas and its southern border.

Somerville, Texas. Rock Ballest two years after treating with Dinamine on.Beaumont Division. G.C. & S. Fe Railway.