Southern Pacific

Some articles on southern pacific, southern:

SS El Occidente - Early Career
... The vessel sailed for the Morgan Line, the brand name of the Southern Pacific Steamship Company (a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad), which employed her to carry cargo and a limited ...
SS El Oriente - Early Career
... for the Morgan Line, the brand name of the Southern Pacific Steamship Company (a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad), which employed her to ...
Los Angeles And Independence Railroad - History
... Opposition to continued construction East of Los Angeles by Southern Pacific Railroad's refusal to allow crossing of their main line tracks, and the ... On July 4, 1877 the Los Angeles Independence was acquired by Southern Pacific ... New owner Southern Pacific extended the existing wharf to allow access to larger ships by 1891 ...
List Of Caltrain Stations
... In 1870 the railroad was acquired by Southern Pacific ... Southern Pacific double tracked the line in 1904 ... popularity of the railroad began to decline and in 1977 Southern Pacific petitioned to the state government to discontinue Peninsula Commute ...
California, Shasta And Eastern Railway - History - Anderson and Bella Vista Railroad
... Railroad down the valley of Cow Creek to a the Southern Pacific rail connection in Anderson ... operating equipment in 1906 consisted of a single locomotive, a leased Southern Pacific 4-4-0 numbered 1341 which replaced the J.E ... Vista Railroad mainline lay directly in the path of the Goose Lake and Southern Railway, a Harriman contrivance, an arm of which was projected into the ...

Famous quotes containing the words pacific and/or southern:

    Really, there is no infidelity, nowadays, so great as that which prays, and keeps the Sabbath, and rebuilds the churches. The sealer of the South Pacific preaches a truer doctrine.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I prefer to make no new declarations [on southern policy beyond what was in the Letter of Acceptance]. But you may say, if you deem it advisable, that you know that I will stand by the friendly and encouraging words of that Letter, and by all that they imply. You cannot express that too strongly.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)