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Holly River and Addison Railway Rates Table


On December 19, 1899, voters in Webster County approved an appropriation to aid in the construction of a railroad from Palmer Junction in Braxton County to Addison, present-day Webster Springs.

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"Horse Power vs. Steam Power" (Holly River and Addison Railway)
"Railroad Election" (Holly River and Addison Railway)
"Vote the Subscription" (Holly River and Addison Railway)
"What We Need" (Holly River and Addison Railway)
"Fork Lick Votes $10,000" (Holly River and Addison Railway)
1899 Timetable for the Holly River and Addison Railway
By Laws of the Holly River and Addison Railway Company
Annual Return of the Holly River and Addison Railway Company, 1903


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