Tenn. Railroad Yard and Depot with Locomotives; the Capitol in Distance Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Depot with Tennessee State Capitol on Hill…Barnard, George NView Full Item in Library of Congress
Scene of rail yard and Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Depot designed by architect and engineer Adolphus Heiman. Tennessee State Capitol visible in the background. Four locomotives stand next to th…
- Thomas, G. FView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
This map illustrates the Civil War-era railroad routes of the United States and Canada that were operating or being built around 1864. Lines are named, and major stops along each railway line are show…
A new map of Tennessee with its roads and distances from place to place along the stage and steamboat routes (1854)View Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
This map illustrates railroad and steamboat routes of Tennessee that were operating or being built in the 1850s. Lines and routes are named along with the land distances from town to town. Two insets…
Looking Down the Valley of Running Water Creek Near Whitesides, Tenn -1864- Nashville and Chattanooga R. R. Bridge on the Left Looking Down Near White…Barnard, George N. (1819-1902)View Full Item in Library of Congress
verso: "Running Water Bridge & Raccoon Valley between Chattanooga, Tenn. & Bridgeport, Ala."
Chattanooga and Its Approaches Map of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Its Appro(a)ches Showing the Union and Rebel Works before and during the Battles of…Dorr, F.WView Full Item in Chattanooga History Center
Map showing the city of Chattanooga and a section of the Tennessee River,as well as some of the topography, including Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge.
- Sayers, Edward BView Full Item in Vanderbilt University Libraries
Drawn in ink on oilcloth, which had been folded into pocket size at one time.