Transcript of testimony and proceedings in the investigation regarding passenger rates of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad on its southern division. Case no. 333 : San Francisco, 1913.

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Transcript of testimony and proceedings in the investigation regarding passenger rates of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad on its southern division. Case no. 333 : San Francisco, 1913.

This is the official transcript of Case no. 333: the testimony and proceedings of the investigation in re passenger rates of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad on its southern division. Includes an index.

1 volume (352 leaves)

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Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company

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The Northwestern Pacific Railroad runs between Marin and Humboldt Counties in California, much of it following the course of the South Fork of the Eel River. It was founded in the late nineteenth century as a joint venture of the Sante Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads. Portions of the railroad remain in operation in 2012. From the guide to the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company records, 1908-1974, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) ...

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