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First public timetable of the Western Pacific Railway. Through passenger service between San Francisco and Salt Lake City began August 22, 1910. This timetable includes schedules, a map, travel information, Pullman sleeping car rates, and a list of WP officers and agents. Original measurements: 1 item (22 p.); 9 x 8 in. (unfolded). The California State Railroad Museum Library has an extensive collection of public timetables. Please inquire as to specific holdings.
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