The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 61, July 1957 - April, 1958 Page: 370
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS OF THE
TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD, 1873-1881*
6 miles From Texarkana westward (1858)
25 miles (graded) From Texarkana westward (1858)
Southern Pacific of
Marshall to Swansons Landing (1857)
Marshall to Longview (1869)
Texas and Pacific:
124 miles Longview to Dallas (1873)
7 miles Dallas to Eagle Ford (1874)
26 miles Eagle Ford to Fort Worth (1876)
69 miles Marshall to Texarkana (1873)
56 miles Sherman to Brookston (1873)
9 miles Brookston to Paris (1875)
90 miles Paris to Texarkana (1876)
523 miles Fort Worth to Sierra Blanca (188o-1881)
90 miles Sherman to Fort Worth (1880)
*Source: H. V. Poor (ed.), Manual of the Railroads of the United States,
1873-1882 (New York, 1873-1882).
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