Map of Kansas City Southern Railway Louisiana & Arkansas Railway and Connections
Attractive mid-20th century railroad map of the Kansas City Southern Lines.
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This vibrantly lithographed map of the Central United States was published in Buffalo by Baker, Jones, Hausauer, Inc. around 1950 on behalf of the Kansas City Southern Lines. The routes of the Kansas City Southern Railway and the Louisiana & Arkansas Railway (acquired by the former in 1939) and their connections are brightly highlighted in red, running south from Kansas City to the coast at New Orleans and Port Arthur.\
A variety of typesets are employed to ensure that each station stop is carefully labeled along each route. Many of these towns, such as Forester, Arkansas, are no longer in existence. Inset maps running along the bottom of the page show the southern tip of Texas, KCSR’s Sabine ports, and the route into New Orleans.
Source: KC Southern Company History
Publication Date: c. 1950
Author: Kansas City Southern Lines
Sheet Width (in): 20.5
Sheet Height (in): 30.75
Condition Description: Pocket map folded into 24 panels and affixed to original illustrated stiff paper wraps. Creasing and faint wear visible on the covers and along fold lines, but overall in near fine condition.
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