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Identifer Preview Title Surveyor Date Media / Size / Scale Area / Map Features
RC-023-d Plan showing proposed location of the Twelfth and Sixteenth Sts. Pass. R.W. Co. Close, Charles W. 1891
Blueprint
12 x 39 in.
Street railway tracks on Snyder Ave. and 12th St.
Street Railway
RC-023-x Proposed extension of the Empire Pass. Railway Co. Fuller, H. M. 1894
Blueprint
14 x 15 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Street railway Street railway tracks on 16th and Huntingdon Sts.
Street Railway
RC-023-y Plan of extension of tracks of Empire Passenger Railway Co. on 16th St. from Morris St. to Snyder Ave. Daly, Thomas 1891
Blueprint
28 x 8 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Street railway tracks on 16th St. from Morris St. to Snyder Ave.
Street Railway
RC-023-z Plan of extension of tracks on Jackson St. from Broad to Sixteenth Street, on Fifteenth St. from Jackson to Mifflin Street, and on Sixteenth St. from Jackson to Snyder Avenue, for Philadelphia Traction Company in the Twenty-sixth Ward, Philadelphia [Approved by Board of Surveyors Oct. 23, 1893] Daly, Thomas 1893
Mounted
38 x 26 in.
Street railway tracks on Jackson, 15th and 16th Sts.
Street Railway
RC-023-z attachment Plan for proposed extension of tracks of the Philadelphia Traction Co. [Approved by Board of Surveyors Oct. 23, 1893] Close, Charles W. 1893
Blueprint
10 x 21 in.
Street railway tracks on Jackson St. from Broad St. to 12th Street
Street Railway
RC-024 Woodlands [No title. Plan showing topography and profile of University Ave. from Woodland Ave. and Vintage Ave. and vicinity. This plan correlates to a series of before and after photographs showing the extension of University Avenue through Woodlands Cemetery property.] Not named 1936
Blueprint
30 x 44 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
West Philadelphia. Extension of 38th Street / University Avenue through property of the Woodlands Cemetery
Topography. Shows the street being cut through Woodland Cemetery property.
RC-024 Woodlands grayscale [No title. Plan showing topography and profile of University Ave. from Woodland Ave. and Vintage Ave. and vicinity. This plan correlates to a series of before and after photographs showing the extension of University Avenue through Woodlands Cemetery property.] Not named 1936
Blueprint (inverted)
30 x 44 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
West Philadelphia. Extension of 38th Street / University Avenue through property of the Woodlands Cemetery
Topography. Shows the street being cut through Woodland Cemetery property.
RC-024-a Plan of the Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Company's Road on Howard Street. James P. Davis, Sur. & Reg. 6th Dist., John F. Wolf, Sur. & Reg. 5th Dist. Approved December 1, 1862 Davis, James P; Wolf, John F. 1862
Mounted
15 x 42 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Howard Street from Girard Ave. to Montgomery Ave.
Profile and corner elevations; Price J. Patton approved this plan for the railroad company
RC-024-b Plan of the proposed extension of the North Pennsylvania Rail-road [in Master Street] Haines, Henry; Wolf, John F. 1861
Mounted
12 x 64 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Master St., from Ninth St. to American St.
Includes profile of route
RC-024-c Draft of a proposed railroad on Oak and Thirtieth Streets, 24th Ward, Philada. Jas. Miller, Surveyor 12 Dist. Approved May 16th 1859 Strickland Kneass, Chief Eng. & Sur. [Attachment: report from Surveyor on rail types] Miller, James 1859
Paper
13 x 23 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Railroad on Oak and 30th Sts., 24th Ward. Schuylkill River to 31st, Chestnut to Market Sts.
Wharves, profile of proposed railroad route
RC-025-b Plan of proposed siding on the north side of Green Street in front of the property of the Philada. and Reading Rail-Road Company, and curves at Eighth Street [Ordinance July 1, 1879; survey returned July 19, 1879; approved July 21, 1879] Roberts, Edward D. 1879
Mounted
12 x 31 in.
Street railway, Green and 9th Sts.
Street Railway
RC-026-b Map of the proposed improvement of the P. W. & B. R. R. , Jan. 25th, 1882. No. 681 Not named 1882
Blueprint
21 x 70 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad
Railroad
RC-026-f 39368. The Pennsylvania Railroad Eastern Region - Phila. Terminal Division. Plan showing proposed changes in location of the Sixtieth Street Branch and Chester and Philadelphia Branch, Philadelphia, PA. .. Plan to accompany agreement between the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington railroad Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Lessee, and the City of Philadelphia as authorized by ordinance approved May 6, 1947. Plan and profile approved by Board of Surveyors July 21, 1947 Not named 1947
Tracing
30 x 121 in.
Pennsylvania Railroad
Railroad. Southwest Philadelphia Airport, rail lines, streams, pumping station, Mingo Creek, and many other features
RC-027-01 Plan and Profile, River Front Railroad from Dock to Vine Street, June 1887 Shedaker, David Hudson 1877
Mounted
12 x 56 in.
1 inch = 80 feet
River Front Railroad along Delaware Ave. from Dock St. to Vine St.
Railroad
RC-027-02 General plan of the Riverfront Rail Road and Reading R.R. Extension, as authorized by Select & Common Councils of the City of Philada by ordinance app'd. May 31st 1877. Approved by Board of Surveyors June 4th, 1877 Not named 1877
Tracing
21 x 66 in.
1 inch = 270 feet
River Front Railroad, from Dock St. to Lehigh Ave.
Wharves, creeks, other railroad depots and lines, Attachment: Cross section of rail
RC-027-a Plan of the River Front Railroad from Vine to Laurel Street, August 1877. [Approved August 20, 1877] French, Andrew 1877
Mounted
16 x 53 in.
1 inch = 80 feet
River Front Railroad along Delaware Ave. from Vine St. to Laurel St.
Railroad, Cohocksink Canal, "Profile of Delaware Avenue"
RC-027-b Plan of the River Front Railroad from Laurel St. to Trenton Ave, approved August 1877 [Approved by Board of Surveyors August 20, 1877] Davis, James P. 1877
Mounted
26 x 96 in.
1 inch = 80 feet
River Front Railroad, from Laurel St. to Trenton Ave.
Drawbridge at Aramingo Canal, profile of the railroad
RC-027-c Proposed Canal Street Branch of River Front Railroad [Authorized July 1884; approved Dec. 8, 1884] Trik, Carl 1884
Tracing
25 x 31 in.
1 inch = 60 feet
Canal Street, from Delaware Ave. to Laurel St.
Canal Street (following course of Cohocksink Creek), profile of sewer, property lines and ownership, railroad
RC-028-a1 [No title. From Railroad Plan Index (City Archives Record Group 90.14), p. 370: "Penna. R.R. - Miscellaneous. Topographical sheets. Banks of Schuylkill River at Girard Ave." No date] Not named 1876 ca.
Tracing
20 x 55 in.
Schuylkill River, Girard Avenue Bridge and surrounding area.
Topography (3-foot contours), trees, building footprints, basin of Spring Garden Water Works
RC-028-a2 [No title. From Railroad Plan Index (City Archives Record Group 90.14), p. 370: "Penna. R.R. - Miscellaneous. Topographical sheets. Banks of Schuylkill River at Girard Ave." No date. Embossed seal: "Engineer's Office, Fairmount Park"] Not named 1876 ca.
Tracing
24 x 45 in.
Schuylkill River, Girard Avenue Bridge and surrounding area.
Topography (3-foot contours), trees, building footprints,
RC-028-c [Handwritten title on reverse: "Junction of P.R.R. [Pennsylvania Railroad] and Connecting R.R." From 90.14 index, p. 354: "Penna R.R. - Connecting R.R. Tracing of connection of New York Branch with Western Main Line of P.R.R." Date stamp from "Office of Consulting Engineer, P.R.R., Philad'a. Sep. 28, 1874] Not named 1874
Tracing
30 x 49 in.
1 inch = 200 feet
Railroad lines across Schuylkill River above Girard Avenue, and vicinity
Pennsylvania Railroad, Connecting Railroad, Junction Railroad, Philadelphia and Reading railroad
RC-028-d [No title. From Railroad Plan Index (City Archives Record Group 90.14), p. 354: "Tracing showing Connecting R.R. & right-of-way"] Not named 1875 ca.
Tracing
15 x 120 in.
Connecting Railroad from Pennsylvania Railroad in West Philadelphia to North Pennsylvania Railroad near Third St. and Venango St. and then to Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad at Wheatsheaf Lane
Railroad
RC-028-g Pennsylvania Rail Road. Branch Line. From Arsenal Bridge to West Chester R.R. Location of Feb. 21st, 1876. Scale 100 ft. to an inch. Geo. W. Leuffer, Engineer. Leuffer, George W. 1876
Tracing
19 x 38 in.
Pennsylvania Railroad
Railroad
RC-028-h [No title. From Railroad Plan Index (City Archives Record Group 90.14), p. 355: "Penna R.R. - Schuylkill Valley R.R. - Compartment 28-h. Blue print of Penna. Schuylkill Valley R.R. from City Ave. to Elm Ave." Johnson, Joseph 1890 ca.
Blueprint
18 x 55 in.
Schuylkill Valley Railroad in West Philadelphia.
Railroad
RC-028-j Location map of High St. Elevated R.R., Manayunk Division, P. S. V. R.R. Not named 1880 ca.
Tracing
13 x 33 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Schuylkill Valley Railroad, Manayunk Division
Railroad
RC-028-k Proposed arch across Girard Avenue, Phila, on line of Connecting Railway Not named 1885
Blueprint
32 x 18 in.
1 inch = 8 feet
Connecting Railway, arched bridge crossing of Girard Avenue.
Railroad
RC-028-L [No title on plan. From City Archives RG 90.14 Index, p. 354: "Plan showing property of Connecting Railroad transferred to P.R.R. [Pennsylvania Railroad]"] Not named 1876
Tracing
23 x 62 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Street railway tracks paralleling Mantua Avenue to the north, between 36th and 44th Sts.
Railroad
RC-028-o small P. & T. R. R. P. T. Div. Westmoreland St. Branch, Valuation Section No. 1, Phila., Pa. Ontario & Janney Sts. Sidetrack for Purity Fibre Products Corp. Not named 1931
Blueprint
8 x 14 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad
Railroad
RC-028-o2 Connecting Ry., P.T. Div. Frankford Street Branch, Erie Ave. siding, Ward 45, Philadelphia, Pa. Not named 1915
Blueprint
36 x 21 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Connecting Railway
Railroad
RC-028-p Conn. Ry., P.T. Div., Engelside Branch, Phila., Pa. 30th and Jefferson Sts., siding for Philadelphia Electric Co. [With attached letter] Not named 1931
Blueprint
8 x 14 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Connecting Railway
Railroad
RC-028-w Conn. Ry., P.T. Div., Engelside Branch. Rearrangement of siding for American Stores Company, Master & 31st Streets, Ward 29, Philadelphia, Pa. Not named 1922
Blueprint
8 x 32 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Connecting Railway
Railroad
RC-028-x Philadelphia & Trenton Railroad. Proposed siding for William E. Cooper, Trenton & Allegheny Avenues, Ward 45, Phila., Pa. Wm Cooper Not named 1911
Blueprint
8 x 18 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad
Railroad
RC-028-y [No title. From Railroad Plan Index (City Archives Record Group 90.14), p. 370: "Pennsylvania R.R. - Miscellaneous. Center line, Philadelphia, Bustleton & Trenton R.R., Erie Av. to Loudon St." No date] Not named 1885 ca.
Blueprint
19 x 87 in.
Philadelphia, Bustleton and Trenton Railroad, Erie Ave. to Loudon St.
Railroad
RC-029-01 Plan showing tracks of the P. & R. Ry. on Willow St. between Front St. & Second St. Phila., Pa. [Two attachments: Memorandum and ordinance regarding permission for railroad siding, dated Dec. 31, 1901, from O[scar] Thompson, special agent of the Philadelphia & Reading Railway Co.] Not named 1901
Blueprint
32 x 42 in.
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-02 [Handwritten title on reverse: "Proposed freight house and tracks at Front and Willow Sts." Attachment: Memorandum from R. M. Downing to "Chief" regarding Oscar Thompson's visit to office, dated Jan. 27, 1898] Not named 1898
Blueprint
32 x 32 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-03 Track layout & connections for the tanking shop of the Baldwin Locomotive Works [On reverse: "Filed Nov. 1st 1900"] [Attachment: Letter from J[oseph] H. Paist, Chief Clerk of Select Council, to George S. Webster, Chief, Bureau of Surveys, regarding blueprint of sidings, dated Nov. 1, 1900] Not named 1900
Blueprint
26 x 26 in.
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-04 P. & R. Ry. - Philadelphia Div. - Plan of tracks and property in the blocks bounded by Willow St., Fifth St., Noble St. and Sixth St., Phila. Not named 1906
Blueprint
25 x 42 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-05 Proposed siding into new building for the Acme Tea Co., York Ave. & Willow St. [Approved July 11, 1907] Not named 1907
Blueprint
16 x 42 in.
1 inch = 8 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-06 Plan showing location of present siding and desired extension for the Crane Co. on American St. between Master and Jefferson in the 17th Ward of the City of Philadelphia, Penna. Not named 1907 ca.
Blueprint
16 x 31 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-07 Philadelphia & Reading Ry. - Phila. Division - Bethlehem Br. Plan showing location of proposed siding for the Crane Co. on American St. between Master and Jefferson in the 17th Ward of the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [Ordinance May 12, 1905] Not named 1905
Blueprint
14 x 27 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-08 P. & R. Ry. - Phila. Div. - Proposed rearrangement of tracks in yard of S. L. Allen & Co., Glenwood Ave., Bethlehem Branch, 33rd Ward, Phila. [Ordinance Dec. 29, 1913] Not named 1913
Blueprint
15 x 22 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-09 P. & R. RY - Phila. Div. - Chester Branch. Plan showing location of additional sidings at 58th St., Gibson's Point, 40th Ward, Philadelphia, for the Gulf Refining Company. Not named 1913
Blueprint
12 x 38 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-10 P. & R. RY - Phila. Div. Plan of proposed siding for Freihofer Vienna Baking Co., 19th and Clearfield Sts., Phila. Not named 1905
Blueprint
12 x 20 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-11 P. & R. RY - Phila. Div. Plan showing proposed siding for A. M. Collins Mfg. Co. at Columbia Ave. & American St., 19th Ward Phila. Not named 1908
Blueprint
8 x 21 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-12 Northern Liberties & Penn Twp. Br. of P. & R. Ry. Plan showing proposed siding for Hoopes & Townsend at Twelfth & Noble Sts, 14th Ward, Phila. Pa. [Ordinance Dec. 4, 1909; approved by Board of Surveyors Jan. 27, 1910] Not named 1909
Blueprint
8 x 29 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-13 P. & R. RY - Phila. Div. Plan showing proposed siding for Lansing Wheelbarrow Co. at American & Willow Sts, 11th Ward, Phila, Pa. [Ordinance March 30, 1908] Not named 1907
Blueprint
8 x 27 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-14 P. & R. RY - Phila. Div. Plan showing proposed extension of siding for Freihofer Vienna Baking Company at 20th and Clearfield Sts., 38th Ward, Phila. [Ordinance March 13, 1908] Not named 1908
Blueprint
9 x 27 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-15 Plan showing the position of the Philadelphia & Reading R.R. tracks after the completion of the Baltimore & Ohio R.R. Tunnel on Pennsylvania Ave., Phila. Not named 1895 ca.
Tracing
11 x 44 in.
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad
RC-029-16 Plan of a proposed switch for Mr. Horace P. Serrill … To accompany ordinance [approved Nov. 25, 1905]. Surveyed Oct. 1905. J. H. Young, Engineer. F. H. Keisker, Architect. Not named 1905
Blueprint
14 x 9 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway, switch at intersection of American St. and Willow St.
Railroad
RC-029-17 P. & R. Ry. - Phila Div. Plan showing proposed siding for Chas. Heiber, at Willow and Marshall Sts., Phila, Pa. [Ordinance approved Sept. 12, 1905] Not named 1905
Blueprint
13 x 21 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
Railroad