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St Louis & San Francisco Railroad
The company pays toll to the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company for the
use of the track between Pacific Junction and St. Louis, 37 miles. The
South Pacific Railroad Company was organized under Act March 07,
Pacific Railroad Company of Missouri, which on the formation of the
The company pays toll to the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company for the
new company, transferred to them the line so far as built, and the
company, transferred to them the line so far as built, and the
Congressional land-grant, embracing nearly 1,200,000 acres. The
Congressional land-grant, embracing nearly 1,200,000 acres. The
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company was organized under an Act of
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company was organized under an Act of
Congress of July 27, 1866, and became owner of the South Pacific
Railroad by purchase, October 25, 1870. The Atlantic and Pacific
Railroad Company received a grant of land covering 506,816 acres. The
road was opened to Vinita, Oklahoma, September 1, 1871. The Atlantic
the company sold September 7, 1876, and conveyed to the St. Louis
and San Francisco Railway Company, November 2, 1876. The existing
company thus became owners of the franchises of the South Pacific
and the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company and the land grants. Of
the original land-grant, 500,000 acres are mortgaged to secure the
bonds of the South Pacific Railroad Company, of which there are at
present outstanding $7,194,000.

Source: 1878 Poors' Railroad Guide
H V Poor
New York, New York
1877 Poors'
St Louis San Francisco Railroad
Page 945
1877 Poors'
St Louis San Francisco Railroad
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St Louis San Francisco Railroad
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St Louis San Francisco Railroad
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St Louis San Francisco Railroad
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St Louis San Francisco Railroad
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