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Burlington & Lamoille Railroad Pass, 1887

Currency:USD Category:Western Americana / Collectibles - Railroad Start Price:25.00 USD Estimated At:50.00 - 100.00 USD
Burlington & Lamoille Railroad Pass, 1887
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No. 1251, issued to Chas. D. Haines, general manager of the Seneca Falls & Cayuga Lake Railroad. Printed signature of the general manager, DC Linsley. Good condition. The Burlington & Lamoille Railroad Company was chartered to connect the Burlington & Rutland Railroad in Burlington with the Central Vermont Railroad in Essex Junction and the newly built Portland & Ogdensburgh Railroad at Cambridge. Ground broke in Jericho on May 24, 1875. Work began in Burlington in 1877, and service began on June 30, 1877. Was reorganized as the Burlington & Lamoille Valley Railroad on May 1, 1889, and then leased to the CVR. The CVR immediately abandoned the line between Burlington and Essex Junction. (Potter Collection) Date: Location: Vermont HWAC# 60329