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The average rate for hauling freight on the Santa Fe system fell 48 percent between 18. A fare war in 1886 cut the cost of a ticket from Kansas City to San Francisco to

The average rate for hauling freight on the Santa Fe system fell 48 percent between 18. A fare war in 1886 cut the cost of a ticket from Kansas City to San Francisco to $1, from $21.In 1889 came the first reorganization, converting a 30-year bond paying 6 percent interest into a 100-year bond, due in 1990, paying 4 percent. When depression came in 1893, the Santa Fe went into receivership, and quickly into scandal.

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The average rate for hauling freight on the Santa Fe system fell 48 percent between 18. A fare war in 1886 cut the cost of a ticket from Kansas City to San Francisco to $1, from $21.

In 1889 came the first reorganization, converting a 30-year bond paying 6 percent interest into a 100-year bond, due in 1990, paying 4 percent. When depression came in 1893, the Santa Fe went into receivership, and quickly into scandal.

It had seen some trying times in building its system in the sparsely settled Southwest, what with train robbers and gun battles between crews from the Santa Fe and a rival line trying to build in the same area.

(The Santa Fe won the route thanks in part to its gunmen, led by Bat Masterson.) By 1881 the Santa Fe was earning good money.

Title: Santa Fe Planet Mountain Survey Map Showing Lines To Mines In Vicinity Of Planet Mountain And Bill Williams Fork . The map includes parts of Mojave County, Yuma County, Yavapai County & Maricopa County, focusing on topographical details, mines, wagon roads, existing and proposed railroad lines, reservoirs, ranches and local Indian Reservations.

December 10, 1908 (with manuscript additions) Map Maker: Santa Fe Railroad Description: Detailed blue print map of southwestern Arizona, focusing in on the lines of transportation to the mining regions around Planet Mountain and Bill Williams Fork, prepared by the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad in 1908.

, from .In 1889 came the first reorganization, converting a 30-year bond paying 6 percent interest into a 100-year bond, due in 1990, paying 4 percent. When depression came in 1893, the Santa Fe went into receivership, and quickly into scandal.

And as more roads were built, competition sometimes became ruinous.Some of those lines had to be jettisoned, amid muttering that at least one was bought largely to bail out bad investments by Baring, which played a powerful role in running the road from 1889 to 1893.It was not until 1895 that new management came up with the second reorganization plan, and once again the bondholders suffered.In both Mohave and Yuma counties, there are rich deposits of copper.

In the Bill Williams Fork district, the Planet mine produced a significant amount of copper ore.

It's been 114 years in coming, but there is good news for those who lent money to the Santa Fe railroad in 1881. The seemingly endless Santa Fe story illustrates almost everything that can go wrong for a lender, short of a complete failure to pay.



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