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SECTION B.9  MAPS AND DRAWINGS
 MOORE COLLECTION


B.9 (1)  MAPS OF CHARLESTON AREA
B.9 (1-R) ACL RIGHT-OF-WAY AND TRACK MAP
B.9 (1-1) MAPS OF JOHNS ISLAND AND WEST ASHLEY
B.9 (2-1) OTHER MAPS AND DRAWINGS


     These maps are from the Frank Moore collection .  He is well known for his collection of maps, blueprints, books and  news clippings related to railroading.  He has been credited in numerous books for his generous cooperation with authors in providing information that would otherwise have left a void in the history of railroading. Information about obtaining a copy of the maps listed herein may be obtained by e-mail at f.cmoore1@comcast.net  or by contacting Mr. Moore at  843.608.3767 or 760 Catawba Road, Charleston, SC  29414.  *

MAPS OF CHARLESTON AREA
RRIRD
YEAR
SIZE
SCALE
COMMENTS
B.9 (1)
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22 X 6 1/4 Horiz.  6 miles to 1"
Vert.  200' to 1"
Map and Profile of Country between Charleston and Hamburg with a view to a proposed rail-road.
B.9 (2)
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15 X 18 -
Plan of Proposed Depots for So Carolina Rail Road.  Black line shows present rail road to Citadel Square.  Green line shows route by Hampstead to depots at Smith Wharf and Laurens Marsh.  Red line shows route to Hampstead Marsh.
B.9 (3)
1680-1860 15 X 21 -
Original High Water Line compiled from numerous old maps 1680 to 1860.  Compiled and deliniated by Alfred O. Halsey  June 1949.
B.9 (4)
1842 15 X 11 -
City of Charleston, Charleston Neck, shows RR running to Mary Street end of line.
B.9 (5) 1850 13 X 10
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SC canals, roads along stage coach and boat routes.
B.9 (6) 1855
14 X 11 -
Colton's map showing SCRR, North Eastern RR,  Charleston and Savannah RR, Wilmington and Manchester RR, Spartanburg RR,Laurens RR, Greenville and Columbia RR, Charlotte and SCRR, and  Camden Branch RR.
B.9 (7) 1867 13 3/4 X 10 1/2 -
South Carolina Cities, Principal Towns, Court Houses, Railroads, Rivers and Seacoast.
B.9 (8)
1869 -1870 13 X 20 1/2 900 ' to 1" Charleston downtown. Lists public buildings.  Shows SCRR, NERR and depot.
B.9 (9) 1879
13 X 20 1/2 -
Charleston downtown. Lists public buildings.  Shows SCRR, NERR and depot.
B.9 (10) 1872
29 X 18 -
Bird's Eye View of Charleston, lists buildings, RRs, halls, misc.
B.9 (11) January 1902 36 X 30 1/2 1/20000 Charleston and Vicinity. Has Treasury Dept seal.  Electrotype copy published by US Coast and Geodetic Survey.  Includes tables for storm  warning displays, soundings, tides, and light visibility.  Shows triangulation, typography and hydrology.  Corrected by Corp of Engineers to 1909.
B.9 (12) January 1902 36 X 30 1/2 1/20000 Charleston and Vicinity. Has Treasury Dept seal.  Electrotype copy published by US Coast and Geodetic Survey.  Includes tables for storm  warning displays, soundings, tides, and light visibility.  Shows triangulation, typography and hydrology.
B.9 (13) September 1903 12 X 8 1" = 400 ' ACL RR Co. Tuxbury Lumber Company Track, shows track from Meeting St. to end of North State Lbr. Co's track covered by deed from Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., obviously updated since SAL line was built in 1915 as the Charleston Northern, then the Carolina & Western, dispute over right of way in the Cheraw area created friction between SAL and ACL, but there is a connection shown to the North State-Tuxbury line off the Sal, SAL's only access to the Ashley River phosphate plants was thru a connection allowed by Southern near Grove Street (stipulation was made that SAL could not use ACL tracks), leading to the very long branch line along the banks of the Ashley from near the Chicora Plant up to the last plant  to the north for SAL use.
B.9 (14) May 1913 30 X 30 1"=400' Southern Rwy, Charleston Division, Map of North Charleston, SC showing present and proposed railroad facilities, revised January 11, 1916, refers to right-of-way on 100 ft. scale map dated May 19, 1915, shows Park Circle. (Map currently at BF Museum)
B.9 (15) September 1914
17 X 21 1/2
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General Map showing subdivision of North Charleston.  Shows Park Circle, US Navy Yard., Southern Rwy Yards.  Read Fertilizer Company.  Electric train to Charleston.
B.9 (16) 1915
15 1/2 X 24
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Charleston and Vicinity showing Commercial and Industrial Developments.
B.9 (17) October 1918
11 X 24
1"=100'
ACL map of land to be acquired from  Chas M and Mfg Co. for Bennett Yard.
B.9 (18) 1920
7 X 9 1/2
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The East Shore Terminal Company
B.9 (19) October 1928 42 X 8 1" = 300' Southern Ry.  Charleston Division.  Includes detail of track removed up to 1942.  Shows Southern Ry. coal dock yards, main tracks used jointly with SAL, King St. Ext. and ACL connection track.  Revised March 14, 1929, March 15, 1943 and April 6, 1948.   Insert shows track removal that was completed by December 10, 1942.
B.9 (20) 1942
14 X 19
1/2''=500'
Map of  Charleston, Office of City Engineer.

ACL RIGHT-OF-WAY AND TRACK MAP
B.9 (1-R) January 15, 1951
18 X 41
1" = 200'
St. Andrews Parish   Station 0+00       to   Station 105+60
B.9 (2-R) January 15, 1951
18 X 41 1" = 200' St. Andrews Parish   Station 105+60   to   Station 211+20
B.9 (3-R) June 30, 1917
18 X 41 1" = 200' St. Andrews Parish   Station 211+20   to   Station 316+80
B.9 (4-R) June 30, 1917 18 X 41 1" = 200' St. Andrews Parish   Station 316+80   to   Station 422+40
B.9 (5-R) June 30, 1917 18 X 41 1" = 200' St. Andrews Parish   Station 422+40   to   Station 454+54

MAPS OF JOHNS ISLAND AND WEST ASHLEY
B.9 (1-1) - 16 1/2 X  23 1''=100' Johns Island.  Proposed easement  Northern Division  ACL.
B.9 (1-2) 1875 23 X  14 -
Ashley River and Cannonsborough Wharf and Mill Co. to be conveyed to Bradley.
B.9 (1-3) 1896 23 1/2 X  17 -
Plan showing area of Lands in St. Andrews Parish near Drayton Station, formerly Rose Phosphate Company.    Bees Ferry Road.
B.9 (1-4) October 1905 18 1/2 X 14 1/2 -
Johns Island.  Plat 1005. Shows  mill tram in cotton and corn fields. 
B.9 (1-5) 1917 8 1/2 X 11 1/2 1"-40chains Charleston Mining and Mfg.  Horse Shoe, Pon Pon and Gravel Co.  List owners and acres each owned.
B.9 (1-6) 1927 9 X  14 3/4 -
Charleston County.  Bradley property from Horse Shoe to Parker's Ferry.
B.9 (1-7) May 1940
23 1/2 X 30
1' = 1 1/4 miles
ACL  map showing vegetable territory in vicinity of Charleston.  (faded in Wadmalaw area)
B.9 (1-8) 1949
23 X 7 3/4
1''-400'
Red Top and Jericho. Revision of 1901 map.  Shows Pineland, West VA Pulp and Paper Co. and Jericho Lumber Co.
B.9 (1-9) 1951 25 X  29
3/4" = 1 mile
ACL Yongs Island Branches.  Shows Johns Island and Stono Stations

OTHER MAPS AND DRAWINGS
B.9 (2-1) 1904
27 X 38

Soil map of Orangeburg
B.9 (2-2) 1918 -
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Hunting Island to Ossabaw Island, including Port Royal Sound and Savannah River.
B.9 (2-3) 1931
14 X 13
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Hampton Branchville RR Allendale County.  Postal delivery from Ms. Julia  Youmans.
B.9 (2-4) 1915
18 X 7 1/4
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Isle of Palms Traction Co.  Proposed track change from Cove St to East Middle St.  Revision of October 10, 1914 map.
B.9 (2-5) 1938
13 1/2 X  16
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Isle of Palms.  Requested by Seaboard Realty.   Shows Old Pavilion Site.
B.9 (2-6) 1914
23 1/2 X  14
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Isle of Palm Development Company property.  Shows Electric Railway.  Shows railway terminal property.  Shows average high water mark.
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 *   All contents listed herein are the property of Mr. Frank Moore.  The Charleston Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society is acting solely as a listing agent on Mr. Moore's behalf and assumes no liability for  negotiations between Mr. Moore and any interested third party.  All measurements are approximate.












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