"Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Systems", Rand McNally & Co.
Subject: Central and Western United States
Period: 1911 (dated)
Publication: Fourteenth Annual Report of the Union Pacific Railroad Company
Color: Printed Color
43 x 43 inches
109.2 x 109.2 cm
At first glance this map seems similar to the 1907 edition. This, however, is a slightly larger and more detailed railroad map that extends a little further east to also include Indianapolis, Nashville, and Pensacola. Names hundreds of railroads with the lines of the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific shown in overprinted color. Legend with seven different colors locates operational lines and those under construction; also locates through color, the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake system, as well as other lines half owned by the Union Pacific. The detailed insets show the rail lines in the vicinity of Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon. All state boundaries are outlined in attractive yellow wash coloring.
Map is fine with just a few fold intersection splits as normally found on large folding maps. Small hole in wide margin where map was removed from report.