Louisville and Nashville Railroad
1886

Birds Eye View of Gulf Coast Louisville and Nashville Railroad

Birds Eye View of Gulf Coast on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad

DESCRIPTION: 
"The Great Through Car Line Between the North and South."
"Unrivaled in Speed, Construction and Equipment."

Fine bird's eye view of the central Gulf Coast highlighting the route of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad from Mobile, Alabama, through Mississippi, to New Orleans, Louisiana. The route includes Bay St. Louis, Ocean Springs, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Pascagoula. Numerous steam-powered and wind-powered vessels are shown plying the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Lake Ponchartrain and the Mississippi River.

Six-panel folding map, neatly folded inside a 64-page pamphlet (4.5 " x 7.25") titled "The Gulf Coast". With the ink stamp of Sam. B. Jones, General Agent, New York. Published by the passenger department of the Louisville and Nashville R.R.

Printed in Louisville, KY by the Press of the Courier-Journal Job Printing Company.

CREATOR: Louisville and Nashville Railroad

PUBLICATION DATE: 1886

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: United States

BODY OF WATER: Gulf of Mexico

CONDITION: Very Good.  Map clean and without issues. No mis-folds. Booklet binding tight with minor damage at top spine. Pages very clean, almost unread.

COLORING: Process color.

ENGRAVER: 

SIZE: 19 " x 6 "

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PRICE: $325

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