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Geographically correct indexed township map of Florida, middle and southern Georgia, and southern South Carolina
h [electronic resource] :
showing complete system of Florida Central and Peninsular R.R.
Scale [ca. 1:1,126,400]
(W 85--W 80/N 33--N 25).
Buffalo, N.Y. :
Shows county boundaries and railroad routes with connecting steamship lines. For Florida, township plats are shown, and lands owned by the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad Company are colored orange.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"This map is geographically correct, and shows all information attainable up to October, 1894."
"The shortest and quickest route to all points in Florida, extending directly through the great phosphate and fruit belt. Entire system relaid with 60 & 70 lb. steel rails. Pullman drawing-room buffet sleeping cars on all trains."
"Several thousand acres of land in the healthiest part of the U.S. with about 80 miles of water front, offered in lots, plots, blocks or miles."
Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington, D.C.
Insets: Western portion of Florida -- South-eastern portion of the United States showing connections of Florida Central and Peninsular R.R.
Verso includes map and text on Hypoluxo-Beach in Dade County, Fla., and map of Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.
Scanned from paper copy held by University of South Florida Tampa Library. Verso not scanned. Original version: 1 map : hand col. ; 92 x 42 cm.
Forms part of: Florida map collection.
Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad Company
Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad Company.
Florida map collection
i Print version:
t Geographically correct indexed township map of Florida, middle and southern Georgia, and southern South Carolina.
Buffalo, N.Y. : Matthews-Northrup Co., [1894?]