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A Century of Transportation in Missouri
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TitleA Century of Transportation in Missouri
AbstractExcerpt from an article in the "Missouri Historical Review."
NotesThe Pacific Railroad was completed to Sedalia in 1861, but it stopped here [Kansas City] for about two years. This road was completed into Independence in December 19, 1865, and, as it had been operated into Kansas City from Independence prior to that time, on September 20, 1865, the first passenger train passed over the whole line of the road, leaving Kansas City at 3:00 A.M. and getting to St. Louis at 5:00 P.M. of the same day.
AuthorEdward J. White
Date//1920
Location385.09 W58c
Page151
Local SubjectRailroads
Missouri Pacific Railroad
Firsts
Transportation
Item TypeBook
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Item ID100321
CONTENTdm number1499
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