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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Railroads,
  • Phoenix (Ariz.),
  • Arizona

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesEnabling Prescott and Arizona Central Railroad Company, to enter Phoenix, Arizona
SeriesH.rp.3915
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16013820M

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Prescott and Arizona Central Railway Company. Incorporated in the Territory of Arizona by Prescott and Arizona Central Railway Company quantity. Add to basket. Country: Arizona Theme: Railways Where Organised: Arizona. Catalogue History REF. NO. DENOMINATION DESCRIPTION Prescott & Arizona Central Railway is an Arizona Trade Name filed on November 1, The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is John W. Sayre and is located at West Redfield Road, Peoria, AZ Location: Arizona (AZ). Prescott & Arizona Central Railway Company Pass () Currency: USD Category: Collectibles / Railroadiana, Trains Start Price: USD Estimated At: - 1, USD SOLD.   Prescott's first railroad, The Prescott and Central Arizona Railroad was built by Thomas Seaman Bullock who pledged to lay the rails by January 1, The project was plagued by various troubles and Bullock barely fulfilled his contract, driving the .

  Prescott AZ's 2nd worst disaster: the Mercy Hospital fire, June 8, Prescott would be without a hospital for 33 months. When ground water wells and Granite Creek proved insufficient for Prescott's growing water needs, Murphy offered his water rights from Del Rio Springs. Unfortunately, the life of the Prescott and Central Arizona Railroad was not as bright as that New Year’s day. Mechanical problems were a regular struggle and it was a narrow gauge road which was less economical to transport the livestock, produce, and ore tonnage that the county wanted to export. Prescott and Arizona Central Railway: N/A Prescott and Eastern Railroad: ATSF: California, Arizona and Santa Fe Railway: Ray and Gila Valley Railroad: R&GV Copper Basin Railway: Saginaw Southern Railroad: N/A San Manuel Arizona Railroad: SMA N/A San Pedro and Southwestern Railway: SWKR Find model train kits in Prescott and other supplies at Prescott Hobbles. We are proud to serve our local community and beyond with your support.

The Railroads of Abandoned Rails. This is a list of all 1, railroad companies featured on Abandoned Rails. The Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway (SFP&P) was a common carrier railroad that later became an operating subsidiary of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in Ash Fork, Arizona, the SFP&P connected with Santa Fe's operating subsidiary, the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad mainline, that ran from California to SFP&P's mile ( km) line extended the Santa Fe. Reluctantly, this was done and the two railroads were consolidated on J , and formed the Prescott and Arizona Central Railway Company with Bullock having almost complete control after forcing Murphy and two other officers out of the company. The line from Prescott to Seligman was quickly built and completed by Decem The Prescott and Eastern Railroad (P&E) was a non-operating subsidiary of the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway (SFP&P) in mile ( km) common carrier railroad was built to serve the mines in the region. The railroad built from a connection with the SFP&P at Entro and extended south to Poland Junction and terminated at Mayer. At Poland Junction and Mayer the P&E.