Financial records of Nevada-California-Oregon Railway, Nevada-California-Oregon Realty, and including branch line predecessor
Sierra and Mohawk Railway.
This company was organized on March 31, 1888. At one time projected as far north as The Dalles, Oregon, on the Columbia River,
its trackage, originally three-foot gauge, extended 235.71 miles morthwear from Reno, Nevada via Hackstaff, Wendel and Alturas,
California to Lakeview, Oregon, constructed between 1880 and 1912. The Sierra & Mohawk Railway, incorporated June 14, 1911,
formed part of the N-C-O Sierra Valley Branch. N-C-O ceased to exist as a corporate entitiy on March 19, 1946 after it was
transferred to the Central Pacific Railway on March 19, 1946. [Guy Dunscomb, A CENTURY OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAM LOCOMOTIVES,
1862-1962 (Modesto, California: 1967), pp. 387-388].
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