Northern Pacific Railroad

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John William Kendrick - Biography
... as levelman construction party in Yellowstone River Valley for the Northern Pacific Railroad, since which he has been consecutively 1879 to 1880, location work 1880 to ... Paul and Northern Pacific Railroad, in charge of main line and terminals between Brainerd, Minnesota and St ... Paul, Minnesota 1888 to July, 1893, chief engineer, Northern Pacific Railroad and leased lines July, 1893, to February 1, 1899, general manager for receivers, same road and reorganized road, the Northern Pacific ...
Baltimore And Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad - History
... By 1886, the Wisconsin Central Railroad had formed a new railway company, called the Chicago and Great Western Railroad (C GW) to build a new line from a connection with ... In June 1887, a subsidiary of the Northern Pacific Railroad called the Chicago and Calumet Terminal Railway (C CT) consolidated several terminal railroads in the Chicago area with ... In March 1890, another subsidiary of the Northern Pacific Railroad bought the C GW along with several other WC lines in the Chicago area, consolidated them all as the Chicago ...
Central Waterfront, Seattle - Piers and Buildings - Piers 54–56
... Pier 54 (originally Pier 3) and its shed were constructed in 1900 by the Northern Pacific Railroad, the southernmost of their three adjacent piers between Madison and University Streets ... Through this period, the Northern Pacific still owned the pier, but by 1944 the Washington Fish and Oyster Company (now Ocean Beauty Seafoods) had purchased the pier ... No one was killed in the accident, and the following year the Northern Pacific Railroad completed a new Pier 4, this time with better bracing, which survives today as ...

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