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Some Other Proposed North Coast Railroads 

1868: San Francisco and Humboldt Bay Railroad

1895: Oregon, California and Idaho Railroad (Arcata, Red Bluff, Snake River)

1906: California & Inland Empire Railroad (Eureka, Redding)

1907-1915: Portland-San Francisco Railroad Company (Portland, Eugene, Drain, Coos Bay, Trinidad, Eureka, San Francisco)

1912-1915: Great Northern (Bend, Klamath Falls, Requa, Trinidad, Eureka)

1913: Grants Pass and Crescent City Railway

1913: Northern California Railroad and Navigation Company (Snowdon, Yreka, Happy Camp)

 

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Jerry Rohde does investigative reporting — 150 years too late. He’s working on a multi-volume geographical history of Humboldt County when he isn’t distracted by glitzy writing projects.

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