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


  • Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company (Washington, D.C.),
  • Corporations,
  • Washington (D.C.)

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Other titlesAmending act incorporating Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
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Open LibraryOL16019583M

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Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company v. District of Columbia. Decided May 7, U.S. Syllabus. The relation between the railroad company and the District respecting the maintenance and repair of the streets in the District through which the railroad . In re Washington & Georgetown R. Co., U.S. 91 () In re Washington & Georgetown Railroad Company. No. 8, Original. Argued April , Decided Ap U.S. ORIGINAL Syllabus. A judgment in an action of tort, for damages and costs, was rendered in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia at special term. Up for auction is a vintage advertising cover from the Washington & Georgetown Railroad Company, Washington, D.C. Cover is unused with some front side docketing. Company operated under this name from its' inception in to date: The Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company was the first streetcar company to operate in Washington, D.C. It was incorporated and started operations in , running from Georgetown to the Navy additional lines ran on 7th Street NW/SW and 14th Street NW. In it switched from horse-drawn streetcars to cable cars.

The car barn was one of four facilities designed by Root for the Washington and Georgetown Railroad when it was planning an expansion of its cable car service in the s. The Navy Yard was the terminus of a cable car route that ran up 8th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, continuing to Georgetown. History. The original Georgetown Railroad Company was chartered on , with a commitment to build a railroad the approximately 10 mile distance between Georgetown and Round first board of directors consisted of Emzy Taylor, Moses E. Steele, Thomas B. Hughes, J. H. Rucker, Duncan G. Smith, and John J. Dimmitt, all of Williamson County, and David Love. The Washington and Old Dominion Railroad (colloquially referred to as the W&OD) was an intrastate short-line railroad located in Northern railroad was a successor to the bankrupt Washington and Old Dominion Railway and to several earlier railroads, the first of which began operating in The railroad closed in Summary: The Capital Crescent Trail runs along the route of the old Georgetown Branch, a B&O Railroad line completed in , from Georgetown to Silver Spring, MD. The line carried coal and building supplies on a weekly train to Georgetown, until service was discontinued in June After several years of community efforts, the National Park Service bought the right-of-way from Georgetown .

Report on the Memorial of the Directors of the Metropollitan Railroad Company Issue of Report, United States Congress [36th Cong., 1st sess. House: Authors: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia, George Wurtz Hughes: Published: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length. In , the Washington, Alexandria & Georgetown. Page 84 U. S. Railroad Company, which had succeeded to the chartered rights of the old Alexandria & Washington Company, obtained from Congress an amendment to the last-mentioned act -- the act of -- so as to change the route of extension, and for other purposes. This act speaks of "the. Located just off I and only 45 miles west of Denver, the Georgetown Loop Railroad and Mining Park is one of Colorado’s most authentic living museums and historically immersive experiences. Bring your family and friends for a narrow gauge train ride, book a real silver mine tour, or learn how to pan for gold. Georgetown Rail Equipment Company provides industry-leading technology for your toughest track inspection and material handling problems.