This timetable and map is from April 1887. It is folded into 6 panels high and 3 panels across. Each panel measures 3-5/8 by 8-1/2 inches for a total of approximately 22 inches by 25-1/2 inches across. The map is in color and is crisp and clean but has tears in the folds and a few small holes. The timetables are for between El Paso and the City of Mexico. Another panel has the Stage Connections in Mexico. There are some color illustrations in the text. The color covers have color illustrations of the Cathedral at Chihuahua and an Aztec Calendar Stone. Good, unworn edges. Another example of this same map and timetable is not dated and is without the color illustrations. It has the timetables in a different format. The color covers have black and white illustrations of a train going under a viaduct with an inset illustration of a cowboy chasing steers and another inset illustration of four miners. It has the same tears at the folds. Also with good, unworn edges and a few small cover stains. This example has the covers stating: "The only all rail line to Mexico - Pullman Palace Cars". E. (Edward) W. Jackson is the General Manager in Mexico and H. C. Barlow is the Traffic Manager in Chicago. $250.00 each. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Mexican Central Railway; Map of the Mexican ...
Publication Date: 1887
Binding: Original Wraps
Book Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition
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