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The Shasta route, 1863-1887

the railroad link between the Sacramento and the Columbia
  • 116 Pages
  • 0.21 MB
  • English
Arno Press , New York
Southern Pacific Railroad -- History., Railroads -- Pacific States -- His


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StatementWilliam Harland Boyd.
SeriesThe Railroads
LC ClassificationsHE2763 1981 .B69
The Physical Object
Pagination116 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4093064M
ISBN 100405137516
LC Control Number80001276

Get this from a library. The Shasta route, the railroad link between the Sacramento and the Columbia. [William Harland Boyd]. The Shasta Route, the Railroad Link between the Sacramento and the 1863-1887 book.

New York: Arno Press [University of California, ], Originally presented as. Follow William Harland Boyd and explore their bibliography from 's William Harland Boyd Author g: Shasta route. THE SHASTA ROUTE-7idea 1 hour 58 Minutes Southern Pacific's legendary Shasta Division was an important and challenging portion of the I-5 Corridor carrying traffic between Los Angeles and Seattle.

Today it remains a vital link to the Pacific Nort. First Edition. pages colour photos - This book is full of interesting facts and first rate photos of the different type of equipement used on this beautiful route.

The Shasta Daylight was a train operated by the Southern Pacific Railroad, inaugurated on Jbetween Oakland Pier in Oakland, California, and Portland, Oregon.

Title: Guidebook of the Western United States: The Shasta route and coastline, by J.S. Diller and others Issues ; Issue ; Issue of Bulletin, Geological Survey (U.S.). Volume 4 of Guidebook of the Western United States, Marius Robinson Campbell: Authors.

Many trains are identified by their symbols, so you will know where they came from and where they're going. You'll see trains work their way up the Sacramento River Canyon to Dunsmuir, climb out of a box canyon with grades that reach %, reach the highest point on the Cascade Route at Grass Lake, and sprint through the high desert into Oregon.

"Shasta Route, - The Railroad Link Between the Sacramento and the Columbia", by Boyd, William H., Arno,Republished by Arno Press UC Berkeley, Bancroft m HES79 B7 & UC, Berkeley, Main HES75 B6.

The Shasta Route's period of significance is tofrom the beginning of construction through the conclusion of the railroad's achievements in World War II. (Library of Congress) Repository Library of Congress The Shasta route and Photographs Division The Shasta route, D.C.

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Archenland. Shasta, later known as Cor of Archenland, is a fictional character in C. Lewis ' Chronicles of Narnia. He is the principal character in the fifth book published in the series, The Horse and His Boy.

The book's events, however, are chronologically third in the series. He also 1863-1887 book briefly at the end of The Last Battle, the seventh and final book in the series.

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Tuggle, born in Redding, is a descendant of 11 pioneer families who settled Shasta County between Jeremy attended Shasta College and is the author of two published books, Rooted in Shasta County (), and A Journey Through Time: Ono and the Bald Hills (), as well as various articles on local history.

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d.). Unpaginated, though 24 leaves (one folded), with 30 mounted b&w images of 'The Shasta Route', beginning with San Francisco, and concluding at Mount Hood.

Dustin Naef explores the historic mystery of Mount Shasta, a mountain in the Siskiyou County of California best known for the dubious dwelling of Lemurians. Unpacking the provenance of such tales as he goes, Naef outlines the history of Shasta as per Native American sources – a regretful rarity for which we are indebted.

The Shasta Route - in All Its Grandeur. A Scenic Guide Book from San Francisco, California, to Portland, Oregon on a Road of a Thousand Wonders:: Along The Southern Pacific - The Road of a Thousand Wonders. Chicago: Curt Tech & Company, Inc., First edition, "Exclusive Edition" Paperback.

Issued by the Southern Pacific Railway advertising. Climbing Mt. Shasta by Steve Lewis contains 12 comprehensive chapters for the adventurer who has never climbed before.

The book has a lot of subheadings making it easy for you to follow. Starting with the history of the volcano and moving on to basics. Boyd, William Harland THE SHASTA ROUTE no pix rnia, ISBN Boyd, Jim GM&O - The ALTON ROUTE, Volume 1 BOY09 Petric, Joe Morning Sun Books,pp ISBN Boynton, James E.

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Shasta – Selecting a route J Chris Comments In Michael Zanger (SMG Founder) and Andy Selter’s guidebook: The Mt. Shasta Book 17 routes to the summit of Mt. Shasta are included; each with unique variations and specific seasons.

This is a Southern Pacific railroad touring book titled "As I Saw The Shasta Route", "The Scenic Route of America". It includes colored reproductions from photographs illustrating the principle points of interest along the Southern Pacific Railroad from San Francisco to Portland.

View of snow-capped Mount Shasta. (Joyce Marrero /Adobe Stock) Pulses of human occupation surrounding Mount Shasta have been traced back to around the end of the last Ice Age, s years ago, marking this area of northern California as one of the oldest continually occupied regions in North recent discoveries suggest there may have been substantial human.

The Marysville project that launched today's Shasta Route was the California & Oregon Railroad Co., temporarily organized in and incorporated Jto build to Portland. Preliminary surveys were run, congressional support obtained, and Oregon personages brought into the enterprise, which was headed by Simon J.

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Review this item. Add to Wish List. Email a friend. Used Book. Customer Reviews; Browse Similar Items. The Shasta Daylight was a replacement for the Shasta Limited that had run on the Shasta Route since October The first Shasta followed the original route through the Siskiyou Mountains, via Medford, Grants Pass, and Roseburg, g: book.

Views of the Shasta Route. 16 Full Color Kodachrome Views. No date. 16 color photo illustrations, 8 x 10 inches each, in pictorial card folder.

Slight soiling to a few prints, light creasing in margins of some prints, otherwise fine condition in lightly soiled folder with ink notation to front.


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The Shasta Route Scenic Guide Book San Francisco to Portland Southern Pacific Lines RailwayBook2: Details. Description:A beautiful book for issued by the Southern Pacific Lines. The book has a series of colored photos documenting highlights of scenes to be seen by taking the train from San Francisco, California to Portland, Oregon.

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