Indiana Rail Map 1852

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The "Railroad Map of Indiana" was created by makmaker Thomas A. Morris of New York in 1852 for inclusion in a report about a prospective railroad to be built for the coal formations in southwestern Indiana. The projected route of the railroad is marked on the map, as is the limit of the coal formation. This particular map was scanned by the Library of Congress from an J.H. Beers & Co. Atlas of Bartholomew County and released to the public domain. We digitally restore the map to repair obvious damage while preserving its patina.

Part of our Heritage series, a collection of digitally restored historic maps from the public domain. A portion this line's proceeds benefit the Delaware County Historic Society.

Digitally printed using specialized high-resolution technology on a luscious linen matte paper using archival pigment inks.

Proudly produced in Muncie, Indiana.