Pamphlet for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad New Passenger Station Orlando, Fla. Pamphlet contains black-and-white photographs of the first passenger station from 1883, and one of a 4th of July parade going by the passenger station. Also contained in the pamphlet is an illustration of the new passenger station. On the back of the pamphlet is information on Orlando, and a photograph of Lake Eola.
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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.
Photographic prints; Pamphlets
Prints and photographic prints on paper
22 x 14 cm.
Still image; Text
Orange County Regional History Center
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2005.
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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, "New passenger station Orlando, Florida" (1927). Text Materials of Central Florida. 475.