Reports of the Engineers of the Western Rail Road Corporation, Made to the Directors, in 1836-7 (Classic Reprint)
1kg Limited, 2017 M10 26 - 124 pages
Excerpt from Reports of the Engineers of the Western Rail Road Corporation, Made to the Directors, in 1836-7
In passing north from Ryan's summit, the next depression we have attempted is at Morey's summit, also between the waters of the French River, and those of the Quinebaug, and in the town of Charlton, but near the Spencer line. It is elevated feet above the Boston and Worcester rail-road, and is miles distant from it. An uniform grade to this summit would give feet per mile.
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