The Siskiyou Line


1
A Shasta Route Train at Edgewood, California.
Unused.
[Description on Back: "No. 81-9.-A Shasta Route Limited train at Edgewood Station: This view suggests one of the charms of the Shasta Route trip. The traveler keeps in view of the snowy summit of Mt. Shasta for fully a half day journey; each view different and seemingly more wonderful as the train winds around, showing the great white cone, always at a different angle."]
2
Mt. Shasta from Edgewood Cal., on S. P. R. R.
Unused.
Published by M. Rieder, Los Angeles, Cal. No. 11853.
3
In the Siskyou Mountains, on the S. P. R. R. California - Oregon Route.
Postmarked Feb. 18, 1910.
Published by Newman Post Card Co. RPO postmark is barely readable, but Tom Greco wrote indicating that it is probably the Aberdeen and Miles City Train 6 (via the Milwaukee Road: Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Ry. west of Mobridge, SD, and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul east). [Note spelling of "Siskiyou"]
4
5324. Loop Tunnel, 14 and 15, in Siskiyou Mountains. Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R.
Unused.
Published by Newman Post Card Co. [Description on Back: "The journey into Oregon from California is accomplished by crossing the rugged Siskiyou Range of mountains. It is one continual succession of tunnels and cuts blasted out of the face of the mountain. The grandeur of the scenery is not to be excelled by any mountain road in the world"].
5
943 - Dollarhide Trestle, Shasta Route, S. P. R. R.
Message written but not mailed.
6
Steel Trestle. The Highest on the Siskiyous. (On the road of a thousand wonders)
Postmarked Jan. [day and year unreadable], Fairfield, Cal.
Published by Pacific Novelty Co. (Glosso Series)
7
High up in the Siskyou Mts., Coming into Ore. from Cal.
Unused.
Published by Portland Post Card Co.
8
7633. The "Old Man" of Cow Creen Canon, on S. P. Ry.-Southern Oregon.
Unused.
Published by Pacific Novelty Co.
9
5306. Tunnel in Cow Creek Canon. Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R.
Unused.
Published by H-H-T Co. [Description on Back: "A trip through Cow Creek Canon is made the more entrancing by reason of the numberous tunnels through which you pass. Despite its unromantic title, this Canon has few rivals in picturesque beauty."]
10
The "Shasta" in Cow Creek Canon, Oregon
Unused.
Published by Pacific Novelty Co.
11
Cow Creek Canon, Southern Oregon, Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R. 5305
Unused.
12
5305. Cow Creek Canon, Southern Oregon. Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R.
[Identical image as card No. 11 above]
Unused.
Published by Pacific Novelty Co.
13
5307. Gold Ray Dam, showing Table Mountain and Rogue River, Oregon. Mt. Pitt in Distance. Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R.
Unused.
[Descripton on back: "Not far from Medford, Oregon, on the line of the Southern Pacific is situated at the base of Table Rock, the famous Gold Ray Dam. At Table Rock it was that famous Captain Jack of the Modoc Indians made his last stand, was captured and hung at old Fort Kalamath, ending the historic Modoc war. The snow-capped Mt. Pitt, rising to an alititude of 9,760 feet, is one of the landmarks and best known of the numerous mountain peaks of Southern Oregon."] Mt. Pitt was renamed Mt. McLoughlin in 1905.
14
5308. Southern Pacific Station, Ashland, Oregon. Shasta Route, So. Pac. R. R.
Unused.
15
1085 - Southern Pacific Depot, Ashland, Oregon.
Postmarked Feb. 8, 1908, Ashland, OR.
Published by Edward H. Mitchell.
16
New S. P. Depot, Grants Pass, Ore.
Postmarked Jun 29, 1916, Albany, OR.
Published by Edward H. Mitchell.
17
No1 Depot at Medford Ore, On "The Road of a Thousand Wonders"
Unused.
Published by Patton Post Card Co., Salem, Oregon


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