THE NEW MEXICO AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
William B. Strong obtained a charter for The New Mexico and Southern Pacific Railroad Company after learning that the AT & SF railway’s main competitor, the Southern Pacific Railroad had introduced legislation to black the Santa Fe’s entry into New Mexico. With crews working under A..A. Robinson between La Junta and Raton, the Santa Fe managed to enter New Mexico in December of 1878, thus ensuring continued competition with the Southern Pacific. Ultimately, the line was sold to the Santa Fe in February of 1899.

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The New Mexico And Southern Pacific Railroad Company

 THE NEW MEXICO AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
18--, New Mexico. Unissued stock certificate. Black / White. Vignette of a locomotive at a station at upper left.
Catalog: # AT-1016
State: New Mexico
Topic: Railroad
Price: $35.00