Railroad companies -- Georgia.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The David William Appler papers are composed mainly of the bills and receipts of David William Appler. There are also bills and receipts of Mrs. Ida Appler Vreeland, a daughter of Mr. Appler's. Finally, there are newspaper clippings, advertisements, two checkbooks, handwritten notes, and a minimal amount of correspondence.
This collection contains a wide variety of technical manuals, operation logs, and repair guides. These were designed to assist engineers in diagnosing and correcting problems on the Southern Railway locomotives of the 1940s and 1950s. Other articles include newspaper clippings and magazines on the history of Southern Railway, personnel rosters, train schedules, and some of Stein's personal papers.
This collection documents proposed changes to the Western & Atlantic Railroad route in Atlanta, Georgia. Included are a report on Union Station terminal revisions, blueprints for a potential railroad, and a proposal of specifications for a section of tracks between Piedmont Avenue and Forsyth Street.
This collection consists of one published report, a United States Senate version of an 1837 survey report by Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Harriman Long (1784-1864), Chief Engineer of the W&A. The survey includes detailed maps of north Georgia and information about construction costs.