Daniel McCallum Quote

A single track railroad may be rendered more safe and efficient, by a proper use of the telegraph, than a double track railroad without its aid,


p. 44; Cited in Vose (1857, p. 454), and Pickenpaugh (1998, p. 18) - Report of the Superintendent of the New York and Erie Railroad to the Stockholders (1856)

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A single track railroad may be rendered more safe and efficient, by a proper use of the telegraph, than a double track railroad without its aid,

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A single track railroad may be rendered more safe and efficient, by a proper use of the telegraph, than a double track railroad without its aid,

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A single track railroad may be rendered more safe and efficient, by a proper use of the telegraph, than a double track railroad without its aid,

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A single track railroad may be rendered more safe and efficient, by a proper use of the telegraph, than a double track railroad without its aid,