The Pennsylvania Railroad 19th century


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The Pennsylvania Railroad 19th century

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The Pennsylvania Railroad train travels through Newark, at it’s ‘golden age’ the city was served by five railroads lines, the Pennsylvania, the Lehigh Vally, the Central Railroad of New Jersey, the Erie Railroad, and the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad used the Central Railroad tracks.

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Turner, J.-R., Koles, R. T., & Cummings, C. F.

Source

Turner, J.-R., Koles, R. T., & Cummings, C. F. (2003). Newark: The golden age. Great Britain: Arcadia Publishing.

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