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" Middlefield, a distance of 6 miles, is the most difficult and expensive portion of the route. The river is exceedingly crooked, and the mountains shut in on both sides, leaving scarcely room for a road, and requiring between Bigelow's and M'Elwain's,... "
Reports of the Engineers of the Western Railroad Corporation: Made to the ... - Page 85
by Western Rail-Road Corporation - 1838 - 120 pages
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Lives and Works of Civil and Military Engineers of America

Charles Beebe Stuart - 1871 - 418 pages
..."This six and a half miles, from Chester to Washington Summit, is the most difficult and expensive part of the route. The river is exceedingly crooked and...sides, leaving scarcely room for a road, and requiring numerous crossings. The rocky points thrust themselves quite down to the stream, and no alternative...
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