|Statement||By T.E. Graves.|
|LC Classifications||HE2791 .B8982 1870a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||16012936|
Beautifully engraved Certificate from the Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Company dated in and issued in This historic document was printed by the National Banknote Company of New York and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an early large stacked train passing a station blowing large clouds of smoke. The Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad was chartered in May and reorganized in as the New York and New England Railroad Company. ^ Top. Scope and Content. The collection contains correspondence, financial and legal records primarily concerning the railroad's bankruptcy prior to . Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Memorabilia Value Guide. The Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad started operations in and stopped service in for a total period of operations of 11 years. After the Civil War railroads exploded in the US with hundreds of lines starting service all over the country. Papers Relating To The State Loan To The Boston, Hartford And Erie Railroad Company, [FACSIMILE] [n/a] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. High Quality FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: n/a:Papers Relating To The State Loan To Author: n/a.
Argument against further state aid to the Boston, Hartford and Erie railroad company. Boston, Wright & Potter, state printers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Allen; Massachusetts. Attorney General's Office. One hundred and fifty years ago, in June , the Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad was incorporated with the goal of forming a gateway to western markets for New England goods and of bringing coal from Pennsylvania into New England by way of Newburgh, New York, to Waterbury, Connecticut, and beyond. The “Hookset,” built in at the Hinkley & Drury Shops for the Concord Railroad. Was Locomotive #1 of the Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad in , then the New York & New England Railroad’s Locomotive #1 in From the Frances D. Donovan Papers, Archives & Special Collections, University of Connecticut Libraries. Argument Against Further State Aid to the Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Company [Charles Allen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Boston and Albany Railroad (reporting mark B&A) was a railroad connecting Boston, Massachusetts to Albany, New York, later becoming part of the New York Central Railroad system, Conrail, and CSX line is currently used by CSX for freight. Passenger service is still provided on the line by Amtrak, as part of their Lake Shore Limited service, and by the MBTA Commuter Rail Locale: Massachusetts and eastern New York. It was purchased by the Boston, Hartford & Erie in which had plans to extend the road to Boston but failed in that endeavor. It was reorganized as the New York & New England in , reorganized as the New England Railroad in and came under the control of the New Haven in the same year. Get this from a library! Argument of Richard H. Dana, Jr., Esq.: for the holders of bonds in the Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad, before the committee on railroads, April, 14, [Richard Henry Dana, Jr.]. For tons of information about railroad stocks, go see Terry at and buy his book. This isn't an ad, it's advice. Terry has centralized and organized more information about railroad certificates than anyone else. His book is as close to a standard catalog as we have in Scripophily.