Texas Almanac, 1945-1946 Page: 23
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Thinking about a postwar plant
--in one of these states?
The eight states shown above, served
by the Southern Pacific Lines, have
had a gain of one million population
since 1940. This tremendous growth
will naturally be of prime interest to
industrialists who are now planning on
postwar expansion of manufacturing
and distribution facilities.
Southern Pacific is a pioneer rail-
road in the region. Our terminals are
located on direct shipping routes to
the vast markets of Mexico, Central
and South America, Asia, and the great
countries "down under." We are in a
unique position to aid you with your
Southern Pacific has more miles of
line than any other United States
railroad. In the West alone, Southern
Pacific serves twice as many communi-
ties as any other railroad-many ex-
clusively. In Texas alone, we operate
3667 miles, which is as great or greater
than any other system operates.
Experienced Southern Pacific traffic
men live in every sizeable community
along our lines. They know their com-
munities intimately. They have helped
industrialists countless times and can
do the same for you today, and do it
in strict confidence.
If you plan postwar expansion, the
Southern Pacific Representative in
your community can quickly put you
in touch with the right men in our
nationwide organization, who can help
you. We assure you of prompt, per-
sonal and confidential attention.
The Friendly Southern Pacific
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Texas Almanac, 1945-1946, book, 1945; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117166/m1/25/: accessed July 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.