Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Railroad General Freight Office.

Transcription of newspaper article from the Northwestern lumberman (Chicago, Ill.), Jan. 30, 1892, regarding the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway company., Northwestern lumberman (Chicago, Ill.), Source:  NORTHWESTERN LUMBERMAN p. 20-243 January 30, 1892  Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Ry. General Freight Office  The attention of lumberman, manufacturers of hardwood furniture and other wood working plants, is called to the large tracts of timber on the line of this road between Marquette and St. Ingance, MI, also between Nestoria and Iron River Jt., Wi.  The geographical position of this line in connection with the Milwaukee and Northern, C and NW and the Wisconsin Central, the chicago, St. Paul Minneapolis and Omaha and Duluth, Eastern Ry., of MN, GN Ry., and NP Ry., affords an outlet to the Western and Southwestern as well as chicago and Milwaukee territory, the Gr and  Rapids and Indiana and Michigan Central RR., via mackinaw City, in connection with the Trunk lines and the Canadian pacific Ry., vis S. S. marie, opening up New York, New Engl and , the Pennsylvania territory, thus reaching all markets at favorable rates and little delay.  The undersigned will be glad to answer inquiries and afford information and facilities with a view to establishing saw mills, shingle mills and other wood working plants.  April 9, 1891  Williams Orr, General Freight Agent Marquette, Michigan  DSS and A Ry. CJBajema
Abstract/Description: Transcription of newspaper article from the Northwestern lumberman (Chicago, Ill.), Jan. 30, 1892, regarding the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway company.
Subject(s): Railroads
Chicago (Ill.)
Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
Date Created: 1892-01-30