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Map of Cuba showing the lines of the Cuba Railroad Company

Material Information

Title:
Map of Cuba showing the lines of the Cuba Railroad Company
Cover title:
New Cuba Railroad map and time table
Cover title:
Ferrocarril de Cuba mapa e itinerario
Creator:
Cuba Railroad
Unz & Co. ( printer )
Place of Publication:
Camagüey, Cuba
Publisher:
Cuba Railroad
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Spanish
Physical Description:
1 map : ; 20 x 49 cm, on sheet 23 x 60 cm folded to 23 x 10 cm
Scale:
2200000
Scale appoximately 1:2,200,000

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Maps -- Cuba ( lcsh )
Railroads -- Timetables -- Cuba ( lcsh )
Railroads ( fast )
Maps -- Cuba ( lcsh )
Cuba ( fast )
Genre:
Maps. ( fast )
Schedules. ( fast )
single map ( marcgt )
Coordinates:
25 x -85, 19 x -85, 19 x -74, 25 x -74 ( Map Coverage )

Notes

Language:
English and Spanish.
General Note:
"December 1908."
General Note:
Includes advertisement for Hotel Camaguey.
General Note:
Railroad time table on verso.

Record Information

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
UF Map Library
Rights Management:
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Resource Identifier:
035913130 ( ALEPH )
1029625767 ( OCLC )
Classification:
G4921.P3 1908 .M3 ( lcc )

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EL FERROOARRIL DE CUBA. EL FERROCARRIL DE CUBA.

ESTACIONES

PASAJEROS
Descendente
9.00 P. M.
11.33" 11.38 P. M. 1.00 A. M.
1.10 2.00 2.02 "
4.21 "
4.25 A. M.
5.30 A. M.
5.45
6.11
6.21 6.40 6.45 6.57 7.10 "
7.40 7.48 8.05 8.15
8.45 "
9.05
9.88 9.48 10.00 10.15 10.40
10.58 "
11.12 '
11.40 11.57 A. M. 12.18 P. M. 12.38 "
1.05 1.20
2.00 2.40
3.00 "
3.28
8.48 "
4.20 "
4.45 4.57 "
5.17
5.36
5.58 P. M.

La. nta Clara
Santa Clara

Sa. La.

184 296 188 303

PASAJEROS PASAJEROS
Ascendente Descendente

63 100 97 155

Sa. Habana (Villanueva). Lia.
F-C. U. de H.
Ma. Matanzas "
$a. LIa.
Lia Jovellanos a.
Sa. LIa.
La. Colon La.
La. LIa.
LIa. Santo Domingo a.
Ba. )Lia.

-4 2-

6.31 A. M.
8.55,"
3.50
2.24 2.14 1.18 "
1.16A A. M. 11.15 P. M. 11.13 P. M.
10.15 P. M. 10.00 "
9.88 9.22 9.00 8.55 8.42 8.25 "
8.04 7.56 7.37 7.27 "
7.02 6.47 "
6.18 6.07
5.57 545 4
5.20
5.04
4.45 "
4.17 4.00
8.50 8.25 "
3.00
2.45 "

2.00 "
1.10 12.45 12.20 P. M.
11.58 A. M.
11.25
11.00 10.48 10.28
10.00
9.47 A. M,

THE CUBA RAILROAD.

6.20 P. M.
6.41 "
7.07
7.25 "
7.55 8.04 8.19 8.80 "
8.38
8.55 "
9.05 "
9.20 9.25
10.00 P. M.

Ochoa ...............
Manajanabo.........
Falc6n..............
la. Placetas del Sur .... Sa. Sa. ) (Conexion para Placetas) Lla.
MAximo.............
Calabazas.........
Piedra..............
Cabaiguan..........
Guayos.............
Lla.) Zaza del Medlo ..... $a. sa. Conexion para Sancti Lla.
Spiritus.
Siguaney ...........
Taguasco ...........
Jatibonico...........
T'rilladeras.......
Majagua ...........
Guayacanes.........
Caguasal...........
La.' Ciego deAvila(Comidas) sa. Sa. Conexion para Lla.
Jucaro, Ceballos y Moron.
Santa Rita..........
Colorado ............
Gaspar..............
Corojo ..............
Salvador..........
C6spedes ............
Florida.............
Algarrobo..........
Guarina............
La. Camnagfiey.......... a.
a. Santayana..........
Ignacio..........
Miraflores........
Hatuey..........
M arti... ............
Palo Seco...........
Galbis..............
Bartle ..............
Dominguez ..........
Ia. Las Tunas (Comidas) a.
sa. a "La.
Calixto....... ......
Om aja.............
Mir................
Maceo...............

LNuevo FERROCARRIL DE CUBA es de via ancha regamentaria, y por so construcci6n y equipo se asemeja dlas mejores Ifneas del Norte. Todos sus principals
puentes son de acero y mamposterfa; y Ia linea estA balastada con piedra. La linea principal pasa por el centro de la part Oriental y mas ancha de Cuba, y ofrece g la vista una region agrieola sin igual y de lo mAs pintoreso, atravesando bosques tropicales de caoba, cedro, guayacanes, ebano y otras muchas especies de lrb,,les con sus troncos cubiertos de enredaderas y de millones de orqufdeas. Por todas parts abundan las palmas de gran variedad y de aspecto majestuoso. Las afamadas hierban e Parana y de Guinea, de perenne verdor, cubriendo la mayor part de las l1anuras, y que alcanzan hasta seis y aun doce pi~s de altura, forman juntamente con el sin nilmert' de corrientes de agua cristalina un pais ideal para la ganaderia. No hay que almacenar forraje ni construir establos. El suelo, en extremo fertile, abunda, propio pata el cultivo de la cafia de azucar, del tabaco, del algod6n, del maiz y de una variedad infinita de products. Los pantanos que se encuentran en parts del litoral oe la lsla no existen en el interior, que por s elevaci6n, es seco y exce)cionalmente salubre. Los vientos alisios que constantemente cruzan la superficie de la Isla ilevan 6. todas parties el aire fresco del mar; y de consiguiente no se conocen en Cuba los violentos calores de los veranos del Norte, ni la humedad de otros paises tropicales.

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ESTACIONES
Cacoctdm ..........
Conexion para Holguin
Estrada..........
San GermAn.......
Mambi .............
S Alto Cedro..........
Conexion para el ramal de
Antilla (Nipe).
Paso Estancia.......
Bayate.............
Palmarito ...........
San NicolAs........
Auza...............
San Luis..........
El ramal A Palma Soriano, que se
abrirD ie breve, partece este lugar.
Dos Caminos ........
Mor6n...............
Cristo...............
La. Santiago........... a.

STATIONS

PASAJEROS Ascendente
9.25 A. M.,
9.04 8.38 "
8.15 7.52 7.45 7.30 7.20 7.11 6.55 6.45 6.35 6.30 "
6.00A. M.

THE CUBA RAILROAD

READ DOWN PASSENGER
9.00 P. M.
11.3388 11.88 P. M. 1.00 A. M.
1.10
2.00 "
2.02 "
4.21 '
4.25A. M.
5.30 A. M.
5.45 '
6.11 6 21 6.40 "
6.45 "
6.57 "
7.10
7.40 7.48 8.05 8.15 "
8.45 9.05
9.88
9.48 10.00 '10.15
10.40 10.58 "
11.12 "
11.40 11.57 A. M. 12.18 P.,M. 12.88
1.05 "
1.20 "
2.00 "
2.40 "
3.00 3.23
8.48
4.20
4.45 4.57
5.17 P 5.36 '
5.58 P.M.

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97 155

Lv. Havana (Villanueva).. Ar.
U. of H. R. R. A% Mantanzas L. ) Ar.
Ar. Lip.
Jovellanos "
Lw. ,,Ar. Ar. Colon L
Lv. ,,..
Ar. Lr. va. Santo Domingo L,.
*t. Santa Clara....... Lv.
/Lv. t J.. .., Ar
Ochoa.............
Manajanabo.........
Falc6n...............
SPlacetas del Sur... ).
wv. ~ (Connection for Placetas) Ar.
Mdximo.............
Calabazas...........
Piedra...............
Cabaiguan............
Guayos..............
Ar. Zaza del Mledlo....... Lw Lw Conn. for Sancti Spiritus. Ar.
Siguaney .............
Taguasco............
Jatibonico...........
Mrilladeras...........
Majagua.............
Guayacanes...........
Caguasal .......... ...
Ar. Clego de Avila (Meals)L .EL
Lw. ) Conn.Jucaro,Ceballos, Moron Ar.
Santa Rita..............
Colorado.............
Gaspar ...............
Corojo.............
Salvador...........
Cspedes ..........
Florida..............
Algarrobo............
. Guarina.............
Camagiey........... .
so. Ar.
Santayana............
Ignacio..............
Miraflores............
Hatuey..............
M arti ................
Palo Seco............
Galbis................
Bartle............
Dominguez.........
SAr Las Tunas (Meals) .. .
. Ar..
Calixto...............
Om aja................
Mir.................
Maceo ............

RAMAL DE SANCTI SPIRITUS.
Distancia
DESCENDENTE deZaza ESTACIONES ASCENDENTE
m
8.30A.M. 7.45 P.M. 0 0 sa. Zaza del MedioLza. 7.00 P.M. 7.50A.M.
8.45 7.57 3 5 Tuinucu..... 6.40 7.35 ."
9.15A.M. 8.15P.M 7 12 Lla.SanctiSpiritusSa. 6.20P.M. 7.15A.M.
RAMAL DE PONUPO.
Distancia
de
DESCENDENTE Santiago ESTACIONES -ASCENDENTE
.,.2
2 5 PM........22 5Sa. LacMaya. ..a......9.40A.M.
2.45 "1......20 32 Socorro ..... ........9.30
3.05 ".......17 28 Songo. ..... ....... 9.10
4.30 P.M; 7.05AM. 0 0 LIa.. nsiazo..... sa. 5.00 P.M. 7.45 A.M.
RAMAL DE ANTILLA (NIPE).
Distancia
de
DESCENDENTE AtoCedro ESTACIONES ASCENDENTE
E i
9.00A.M. 7.40 P.M. -0 Sa. AltoCedro.. Lla. 8.00A.M. 6.80 P.M.
9.89 8.19 10 16 Cueto....... 7.22 5.52 "
10.17 8.57 19 31 Herrera ..... 6.44 5.14 10.44 9.24 26 42 Dumois ... 6.17 *. 447 "
11.00 A.M. 9.40 P. M 31 50 Lla.AntIlla....... sa. 6.00A.M. 4.80 P.M
RAMAL DE HOLCUIN.
Distancia
de
DESCENDENTE Cacoc(im ESTACIONES ASCENDENTE
9.30 A.M.16.3P0 .M. 0 oiFsa. Cacoc6m ....Lla. 9.15A.M. 6.00 P.M.
10.30A.M.7.30P.M. 11 18 LLa.Holguin..... Sa.8.30A.M.15.00 P.M.

READ UP PASSENGER
6.81 A. M.
8.55 3.50
2.24 "
2.14
1.18 "
1.16A. M. 11.15 P. M. 11.18 P. M.
10.15 P. M. 10.00 '
9.33
9.22 9.u0 o 8.55 8.42 8.25
8.04 7.56 7.87 7.27 "
7.02 "
6.47 "
6.18 6.07 "
5.57
5.45
5.20 5.04
445 "
4.17
4.00
8.50 8.25 "
3.00 "
2.45 "
2.00
1.10 12.45 12.20 P. M.
11.58 A. M.
11.25
11.00 1048 10.28
10.00
9.47 A. M.

STATIONS

Lw. Cacoctmi..... Ar. Ar. Holguin..... Lv.

READ UP
9.15A.M. 6.00P.M.
8.30A.M. 5.00 P.M.

HE New CUBA RAILROAD is of standard gauge and similar in its construction and equipment to the better class of northern lines. All of its important bridges are of steel and masonry and the line generally is rock-ballasted. The main line pastes along the centre of the eastern and wider half of Cuba and opens up a matchless and most picturesque agricultural region and passesthrough tropical forests of iahogany, cedar, lignum vita-, ebony and many other trees, hung wiih vines and millions of orchids. Palm trees of magnificent aspect and great variety abound everywhere. The famed Parana and Guinea grasses, covering most of the open districts and standin, from six to twelve feet high and green the year round, together with frequent running streams, make this an ideal cattle country. No food has to be put up and nt shelter is required. The rich soils everywhere are adapted to sugar, tobacco, cotton, corn and an endless variety of product,. The swamps,,hich occur at .places along the coast of Cuba are absent from the interior, which is high, dry and exceptionally healthy. The trade winds blow across Cuba every day, and bring to all parts fresh sea air; the extreme heat of Northern summers is consequently unknown and the humidity of other tropical countries is also unknown.

READ DOWN
PASSENGER 6.20 P. M.
6.41 7.07 7.25 "
7.55
8.04
8.19 8,80 8.88 "
8.55 "
9.05 "
9.20 "
9.25 10.00 P. M.

READ DOWN
9.30 A.M. 6.80 P.M. 10.30A.M. 7.30P.M.

=' STATIONS
E
744 I Cacocdm ............
Connection for Holguin. 759 Estrada ...............
770 San GermAn.........
778 Mambi ..............
790 Alto Cedro.........
Connection Antilla (Nipe) Branch. 805 Paso Estancia........
810 Bayate..............
819 Palmarito ...........
825 San Nicoldis..........
829 Auza.................
San Luis .... ........
837 (Connections for Palma Soriano)
843 Dos Caminos.........
850 Mor6n...............
853 Cristo ...............
869 1*r. Santiago ............ Lv

READ UP PASSENGER
9.25 A. M.
9.04 8.38 "
8.15 "
7.52
7.45
7.80 7.20
7.11
6.55 "
6.45
6.85 6.80 "
6.00 A. M.

SANCTI SPIRITUS BRANCH.
Distance
from
READ DOWN Zaza STATIONS READ UP
8.80 A.M.7.45 P.M. 0 0 Lv. Zaza del Medio Ar. 7.00 P.M. 7.50A.M.
8.45 7.57 2 4 Tuinucu....... 6.40 7.85 "
9.15A.M. 8.15P.M. 7 12 Ar.SanctiSpiritusw. 6.20 P.M 7.15A.M.
PONUPO BRANCH
Distance
from
READ DOWN Santiago STATIONS READ UP
Eg
2.85 PM. 5.......22 5 Lw. La Maya.....Ar. ... 9.40A.M
2.45 20 32 Socorro ...... 9.80 "
3.05 .. 17 28 Songo ...... ... 9.10 "
4.81)P.M 7.05A.M. 0 Ar... ,,iiq.n... 5,,.0 P. M 7.45 A.M.
ANTILLA (NIPE) BRANCH.
Distance
from
READ DOWN AltoCedro STATIONS READ UP
A ,
E
9.00A.M. 7.40 P.M. U 0 ELw. Alto Cedro'.. Ar.8.OOA.M. 6,80 P.M.
9.89 8.19 10 16 Cueto........ 7.22 5.52
10.17 8.57 19 31 Herrera..... 6.44 5.14
10.44 9.24 26 42 Dumois ..... 6.17 4.47 "
11.00A.M. 9.40 P.M. 31 50 Ar. A ntlla ....... Lv. 6.00A.M. 4.80 P.M.
HOLCUIN BRANCH.

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Distance from Cacocim
.
0 0 11 18