Disturnell's Rail-Road Steamboat & Telegraph Book

Disturnell's Rail-Road Steamboat & Telegraph Book

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ...diately after the arrival of the day boat 'np Lake Champlain, and reaches Troy in time for the night boats to New York. On Sundays there will be but one Train each way as follows: Leave Troy at 7 A. M.. arrive at Saratoga 9 A. M., remain until 4 P. M, and reach Whitehall 5.45 P. M. Leave Whitehall 7 A M.. reach Saratoga 8.30 A M.. remain until 4 P. M., and reach Troy 5.30 P. M. for night boats for New York. LAKE CIIAMPLAIN STEAMBOATS..The Steamboats on Lake Champlain connecting with the trains.aa above, form two daily lines between Vltitehall and.lontreal, landing and receiving passengers at all the intermediate points. GLErts' FALLs and SA'DY HILL passenzcrs will find stages to convey them to and from the trains at Moreau and Fort Edward. LAKE GE0RoE passengers will fin-l stages at Zlloreau for Caldwell, or can take steamboat at Whllehilll and land at Ticondernfia, Rutland. Castleton. &c. Passengers will find stages to convey them to and from the trains at Whitehall. The Freight and Accommodation Train will receive and deliver freight and passengers at any of the way stations. Fare by these trams-p---1st class 82; 2nd class, 81.25, and emigrants at reduced rates. E3-Fare in the Express Trains will be for lst class 82.50, and for 2nd class 81.50, through from Troy to Wliiteltall., Distance, 334 miles. Fare through, with board, $6.50, -without board, $5.00. Two Daily Lines of Packet Boats will be run, through the season of canal navigation, from Schenectady to Buffalo. Leaving Schenectady every morning and evening, on the arrival of the cars from Albany and Troy, for the west. Leave Buffalo, morning and evening, for the east--connecting at Utica, Syracuse, and Rochester, with trains of cars from the east and the west....show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236785649
  • 9781236785640