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Gulf Coast Railroad Passes

Currency:USD Category:Western Americana / Collectibles - Railroad Start Price:30.00 USD Estimated At:60.00 - 100.00 USD
Gulf Coast Railroad Passes
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This item SOLD at 2018 Mar 18 @ 09:57UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Lot of three. 1-2) Two Gulf Coast Lines. 1920 and 1924. One made out to the president of the Southern Pacific, W. R. Scott. One to his wife and maid. The Gulf Coast Lines was the name of a railroad system comprising three principal railroads, as well as some smaller ones, that stretched from New Orleans, Louisiana via Baton Rouge and Houston to Brownsville, Texas. Originally chartered as subsidiaries of the Frisco Railroad, the system became independent in 1916 and was purchased by the Missouri Pacific Railroad in 1925. 3) Gulf & Northern Railway. Number 48. 1920. Made out to the wife of WR Scott. The Gulf & Northern Railway Company, a subsidiary corporation of Wier Long Leaf Lumber Company, and chartered September 17, 1917, constructed a logging industrial and tram line from Wiergate in Newton County to the Orange & Northwestern tracks near Bleakwood, a distance of twenty miles. All are in excellent condition! (Potter Collection) Date: 1920, 1924 Location: HWAC# 58346