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Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway (first)

Organized: September 15, 1883

Filed:

September 27, 1883 - with Auditor of Public Accounts
September 28, 1883 - with Secretary of Utah Territory

Utah index number: 246

Dissolved: (reorganized by John W. Young on December 2, 1884, see below)

Capital stock: $360,000 (3,600 shares @ $100)

Route:

From the Utah Central depot in Salt Lake City, east by way of Fort Douglas to a point near Knowlton’s Fork in Red Butte Canyon, also from a point on said line near Fort Douglas, then east up Emigration Canyon to a point near the head of Killian Fork of said canyon

Incorporators and directors:

W. W. Riter SLC 30
Seymour B. Young SLC 30
LeGrand Young SLC 30
Alfales Young SLC 26
James Sharp SLC 14
James T. Little SLC 3
Abraham F. Doremus SLC 2

Additional shareholders:

P. L. Williams SLC 30
John Sharp Jr. SLC 13
J. Fenson Smith SLC 2

Remarks:

Amended October 23, 1884:

To increase capital stock to $800,000 (8,000 shares @ $100)

To change route as follows:

From some feasible point of connection with the Utah Central Railway in Salt Lake City and some feasible point of connection with the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway in Salt Lake City, then east by way of Fort Douglas to the Sand Stone Quarries in Red Butte Canyon and from a point on this company’s line near Fort Douglas to the Sand Stone Quarries in Emigration Canyon, also from some point on this company’s line in or near Salt Lake City, to the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, a distance of about 50 miles

Filed: October 25, 1884

Reference Notes:

The list of incorporators show that this company was organized to gain access to the stone quarries in Red Butte and Emigration canyons before the recently completed D&RGW could do it.

See below for the John W. Young effort that reorganized this company a year later.

See also: Reeder, page 416

Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway (second)

Organized: December 2, 1884

Filed:

December 2, 1884 - with Auditor of Public Accounts
December 2, 1884 - with Secretary of Utah Territory

Utah index number: 246

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $500,000 (5,000 shares @ $100)

Purpose:

To purchase the interests and assets of the Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway

Incorporators and directors:

John W. Young SLC 291
Orson P. Arnold SLC 1
Arthur Slayner SLC 1
Rulon S. Welles SLC 1
A. F. Doremus SLC 1
W. A. Rossiter SLC 1
B. S. Young SLC 1

Additional shareholders:

LeGrand Young SLC 1
John A. Groesbeck SLC 1
Brigham Young SLC 1

Remarks:

Amended April 17, 1890 to change route to the following:

Salt Lake & Idaho Railroad

Organized: August 9, 1909

Filed:

August 10, 1909 - with Salt Lake County Clerk
August 10, 1909 - with Secretary of State

Utah index number: 7857

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $160,000 (1,600 @ $100.00)

Purpose:

For the building, owning, maintaining and operating a line of railroad, beginning at a point on the Ogden & Lucin Railroad, otherwise designated as the “Salt Lake Cut-off”, at or near Saline Station, in Township 6 North, Range 6 West, and extending thence northerly and northwesterly, to a point on the Central Pacific Railroad, at or near Monument Station and thence continuing northerly to and through Kelton Pass, to the state line between Utah and Idaho, in Township 15 North, Range 12 West, thence continuing in a northerly direction down the drainage of the Raft River and its tributaries, to a connection with the Minidoka & Southwestern Railroad at or near Burley Station, in Township 10 South, Range 23 East, Boise Meridian, a distance of about 150 miles

Incorporators and directors:

W. H. Bancroft SLC 1 President
W. H. Bancroft, as trustee   1,595  
J. M. Davis SLC 1  
D. E. Burley SLC 1 Vice President
P. L. Williams SLC 1  
F. H. Nickerbocker SLC 1  

Remarks:

C. H. Jenkinsen shown as Treasurer

G. K. Smith shown as Secretary

Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway (first)

Organized: September 20, 1887

Filed: September 21, 1887

Utah index number: 452

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

From Salt Lake City, west to Utah/Nevada stateline at or near a point 114 degrees west longitude, 40 degrees north latitude, a distance of about 175 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Caleb W. West SLC 100
W. S. McCornick SLC 100
Jabez G. Sutherland SLC 100
James Jack SLC 100
G. D. Shell SLC 100
Issac Trumbo San Francisco 1000
Herbert R. Houghton San Francisco 4000
James Stokes New York City 4000
William Hitchcock New York City 100
John L. N. Hunt New York City 4000

Additional shareholders:

Francis A. Riddle Chicago 4000
Joseph R. Walker SLC 100
P. H. Lannan SLC 100
C. C. Goodwin SLC 100
David McKenzie SLC 100
M. H. Weight Los Angeles 100
O. P. Arnold SLC 100
C. P. Mason SLC 100
W. H. Remington SLC 100
Wooley, Lund & Judd St. George 100
Nephi W. Clayton SLC 100
H. B. Clawson SLC 100
Thomas G. Webber SLC 100
M. H. Walker SLC 100
John T. Caine SLC 100
Byron Groo SLC 1000
L. S. Hills SLC 100
J. T. Little SLC 100
Fred H. Auerbach SLC 100
Arthur L. Thomas SLC 100

Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway (second)

Organized: 1892

Filed:

Route:

Salt Lake City to Great Salt Lake

Remarks:

Organized in 1891 as Saltair Railway; name change in 1892 to Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway; name change in 1916 to Salt Lake, Garfield & Western Railway.

Salt Lake & Mercur Railroad

Organized: July 17, 1894

Filed: July 18, 1894 - with Secretary of Territory

Utah index number: 1464 (also 4362)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $100,000 (20,000 @ $5.00)

Purpose:

To construct, equip, own and operate a railroad by steam power, from Fairfield Station in Utah County, to the Mercur Mine in Tooele County, Utah Territory, by way of the Mercur Mill, a distance of about 10 miles

Incorporators and directors:

A. A. Noon Provo 1,000
Joseph G. Jacobs SLC 450
Reed Smoot Provo 25
John J. Stewart SLC 25
Henry G. McMillan SLC 25

Additional shareholders:

Charles D. Moore SLC 470
Frank Pierce SLC 5

Remarks from information in file 4362 only:

Amended August 23, 1897, to change purpose and route as follows:

To construct, maintain, extend, equip, own and operate a railroad by steam or electric power from Fairfield Station in Utah County, State of Utah, to the Town of Mercur, in Tooele County and to extend the same from its tracks in said Tooele County to LaCigale, in said Tooele County, length as now constructed, including a spur to DeLamar's Mill, is 13-1/3 miles and said extension to said LaCigale being about 6 miles

Also to construct, maintain, extend, operate, own and equip a branch line to be constructed from its tracks at said Fairfield Station through Utah County and into Tooele County in the direction of said LaCigale, along the southwestern slope of the Oquirrh Mountains and the northern and eastern edge of Rush Valley to a point about 12 miles from said Fairfield Station

Also to increase capital stock to 500,000 and to call in all present 20,000 shares and re-issue 60,000 of the new 100,000 shares to the present shareholders

Also to accept the provisions of the Utah State Constitution

Shareholders shown as follows:

John Dern 6,992
E. H. Airis 6,995
H. W. Brown 500
H. G. McMillian 25
J. J. Stewart 25
J. G. Jacobs 5

Filed: September 1, 1897

Reference Notes:

Blue inactive card shows that the corporation expired at its time limit of 50 years, on July 18, 1944

(See separate page for Salt Lake & Mercur)

Salt Lake & Ogden Railroad

Organized:

Filed: January 2, 1892

Utah index number: 4360

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

From Roper Street in Salt Lake City, west to Utah City in Salt Lake County, then west passing Black Rock and Garfield Beach, then north by most feasible route to Ogden, Utah, a distance of about 52 miles

Incorporators and directors:

E. D. Egan SLC 10
William Fuller SLC 10
A. Hanauer Jr. SLC 10
Harvey Hardy   10
Nicholas Treweek SLC 10

Additional shareholders:

Simon Woolf SLC 10
James A. Williams SLC 10

(plus five more residents of Salt Lake City, whose names are not readable, each with 10 shares)

Salt Lake & Ogden Railway (first)

Organized: January 13, 1875

Filed: January 20, 1875

Utah index number: 4300

Dissolved:

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

The termini of said railroad shall be Ogden City, Weber County and Salt Lake City, County of Salt Lake - a distance of about 37 miles.

Incorporators and directors:

John W. Young SLC 45
Moses Thatcher Logan 37
H. P. Kimball SLC 37
Bolivar Roberts SLC 37
H. B. Clawson SLC 37
Lorin Farr Ogden 30
M. W. Merrill Richmond 30
George W. Thatcher SLC 37
Charles Nibley Logan 30

Additional shareholders:

John N. Pike 30
J. Fenton Smith 25
A. F. Doremus 25

Remarks:

To be built as narrow gauge

See also: Reeder, page 417, from which the above proposed route is taken.

Salt Lake & Ogden Railway (second)

(later Bamberger Electric Railroad)

Organized:

Filed: March 14, 1896

Utah index number: 4366

Dissolved: November 9, 1974 (involuntary)

Capital stock:

Number of shares:

Route:

40 miles in length

Incorporators and directors:

C. K. Bannister Ogden 1
John S. Critchlow SLC 200
Edward W. Duncan SLC 1
E. M. Allison Jr. Ogden 1
Caustin Brown Jr. SLC 197

Remarks:

Amended August 22, 1905 to increase capital stock to $150,000

Amended January 18, 1912 to change shares to preferred and common stock

Simon Bamberger shown as President

Amended August 14, 1917 to change name to Bamberger Electric Railroad

Filed by Julian Bamberger and E. A. Vail

Salt Lake & Pacific Railway

Organized: March 17, 1896

Filed: March 17, 1896

Utah index number: 1804 (also 4367)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $2,000,000 (20,000 shares @ $100.00)

Purpose:

For the constructing, equipping, acquiring, owning, maintaining, and operating, by steam, electric or other motive power, a railroad from Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, westerly by the most feasible route through the counties of Salt Lake, Tooele and Juab to the western boundary line of said state at a point nearly east of the town of Muncey in White Fine County, Nevada, a distance of about 170 miles.

Also a branch from a point of intersection at or near Fish Springs, Juab County, thence in a northwesterly direction to Dutch Mountain in said county, a distance of about 50 miles, a total length of about 200 miles

Incorporators and directors:

George Q. Cannon SLC 10
John E. Dooly SLC 10
John W. Donnellan SLC 10
Nephi W. Clayton SLC 10
Frank J. Cannon SLC 10
James Jack SLC 10
George A. Lowe SLC 10
Wilford Woodruff SLC 150
Joseph F. Smith SLC 150
Richard Mackintosh SLC 10
Abraham Cannon SLC 150
Abraham Cannon, as trustee   900
John N. Allen St. Louis 10

Reference notes:

The present route of Union Pacific Railroad between Salt Lake City and Stockton is very close to the survey for this company (from UPRR engineering drawing, research completed on August 14, 1981)

Salt Lake & Park City Railway

Organized: May 25, 1881

Filed:

May 26, 1881 - with Auditor of Public Accounts
June 1, 1881 - with Secretary of Territory

Utah index number: 4309 (also in D&RGW file, #15058)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $520,000 (5,200 @ $100.00)

Purpose:

To construct, equip, own and operate, by steam power, a railroad from a point at or near the City of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, by the route found most practicable, to Park City, in the County of Summit, by way of Emigration or Parley's Canyon.

Also a branch from Park City or from some point on the line between Salt Lake City and Park City, as may be most practicable, to Coalville, also in Summit County, a distance of about 52 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Hugh Anderson SLC 10
Micajah T. Burgess SLC 10
George A. Lowe SLC 450
William W. Chisholm SLC 10
John T. Lynch SLC 10

Additional shareholders:

Boyd Park SLC 10
William F. James SLC 10
M. K. Parsons SLC 10
John J. Thomas SLC 10
William McCrea SLC 10
Thomas Carter SLC 10

See also: Reeder, page 417

Salt Lake & Payson Railway

Organized: 1912

Filed:

Route:

(unknown)

Remarks:

No other information available

Salt Lake & Sioux City

Organized: 1892

Filed:

Route:

(unknown)

Remarks:

No other information available.

Salt Lake & Suburban Railway

(later Salt Lake Southern Railway)

Organized: June 21, 1902

Filed:

July 9, 1902 - in Delaware
July 16, 1902 - in Utah

Utah index number: 3854

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $500,000 (5,000 @ $100.00)

Purpose:

For the constructing, operating, buying, selling and leasing of railways

Incorporators and directors:

Charles L. Furey Chicago
Lewis W. Pitcher Chicago
A. V. Taylor SLC

Remarks:

Amended January 18, 1904 to change name to Salt Lake Southern Railway and to increase capital stock to $2,000,000 (20,000 @ $100.00)

Filed:

January 28, 1904 - in Delaware
April 25, 1904 - in Utah

Salt Lake & Utah Railroad (first)

Organized:

October 5, 1912 - in Maine
February 8, 1913 - in Utah

Filed:

October 7, 1912 - in Maine
February 15, 1913 - in Utah

Utah index number: 9971

Dissolved:

Capital stock: 3,000,000 (30,000 shares @ $100.00)

Purpose:

To construct, own and operate a railroad and railroads for the carriage of passengers and freight, mail and express matter, and to operate such road and roads by steam, electricity or other motive power,

Incorporators and directors:

F. M. Orem SLC 1 Treasurer
Issac W. Dyer Gorham, Maine 1  
Cabot Dyer Gorham, Maine 1 President
M. G. Connellan Portland, Maine 1  
Arthur Chapman Portland, Maine 1  
Clifford B. McGlauflin Portland, Maine 1  
Harry B. Nixon Portland, Maine 1  
H. P. Sweetser Portland, Maine 1  

Remarks:

29,992 shares are shown as being unsubscribed

Upon filing in Utah:

W. C. Orem shown as President

F. M. Orem shown as Secretary

Amended April 8, 1918 to increase capital stock from $5,000,000 (50,000 @ $100; 30,000 common and 20,000 preferred) to $8,000,000 (80,000 @ $100; 30,000 common, 30,000 preferred, 20,000 first preferred)

Salt Lake & Utah Railroad (second)

Organized: December 7, 1936

Filed:

December 7, 1936 - in Delaware
January 28, 1938 - with Salt Lake County Clerk
February 17, 1938 - with Secretary of State

Utah index number: 22364

Dissolved: November 4, 1946 - by vote of Board of Directors (Decree to withdraw from doing business in Utah, granted December 27, 1946, filed in Salt Lake County January 6, 1947)

Capital stock: $1,000,000 (10,000 @ $25.00 common, 7,500 @ $100.00 preferred, 17,500 total number of shares

Purpose:

To do a general electric interurban business in all its branches

Incorporators and directors:

Walter Lenz Wilmington, Delaware
B. B. Jones Wilmington, Delaware
J. P. Murray Wilmington, Delaware

Remarks:

At time of incorporation:

Marriner A. Browning, of Ogden, shown as President
E. G. Bennett, of Ogden, shown as Vice President
P. H. Mulcahy, of Ogden, shown as Vice President and General Manager
S. J. Quinney, of Salt Lake City, shown as Secretary
George S. Eccles, of Ogden, shown as Treasurer

Amended March 25, 1938, to make minor changes in the capital stock authorization

Salt Lake & Utah Valley Railroad

Organized: July 11, 1901

Filed:

December 30, 1901 - in Colorado
March 24, 1902 - in Utah

Utah index number: 3662

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $250,000 (2,500 @ $100.00)

Purpose:

To acquire, construct, own and operate its line of railroad from Salt Lake City to the city of Bingham, both in Salt Lake County

Incorporators and directors:

William Story Ouray, Colorado
Oliver Dean Ouray, Colorado
George D. Wilson Ouray, Colorado
Channing F. Meek Lake City, Colorado
George H. Burrows Ouray, Colorado

Salt Lake & Western Railway (first)

Organized: 1874

Filed:

Route:

(unknown)

Remarks:

No other information available.

Salt Lake & Western Railway (second)

Organized: May 30, 1881

Filed:

May 30, 1881 - with Auditor of Public Accounts
July 5, 1881 - with Secretary of Territory

Utah index number: (found in Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern Railway file, index 579)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $5,000,000 (50,000 100)

Route:

From Salt Lake City, west through Utah, Tooele and Juab Counties to the western boundary of Utah Territory near the 40th parallel in Snake Valley, a distance of about 200 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Sidney Dillion New York City 1,941
Fred S. Ames Boston 10
W. B. Doddridge Evanston, Wyoming 10
S. H. H. Clark Omaha 10
William W. Riter SLC 10
Abraham F. Doremus SLC 1
LeGrand Young SLC 10

Additional shareholders:

James Sharp SLC 1
Bolivar Roberts SLC 1
James T. Little SLC 1
John N. Pike SLC 1
P. L. Williams SLC 1
George S. Crismon SLC 1
Elijah M. Weiler SLC 1
F. C. Geutsch SLC 1

Remarks:

Amended October 13, 1882 to build a branch from Ironton on present line of said road northeast via Silver City to Eureka, a distance of about eight miles

S. H. H. Clark shown as President

Filed: November 11, 1882

(click here for more information about the Salt Lake & Western Railway.).

See also: Reeder, page 418

Salt Lake & Wyoming Railroad

Organized: May 23, 1892

Filed: May 24, 1892

Utah index number: 1126 (also 4359)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $4,000,000 (40,000 @ $100.00)

Route:

From a point in the City of Ogden, in the County of Weber, in the Territory of Utah, and thence through the Counties of Weber, Davis, Morgan and Rich, to a point on the boundary line between the Territory of Utah and the State of Wyoming Township 10 North, Range 8 East.

Also a branch commencing at a point on said railroad near Croyton Station in Morgan County, and running thence in an easterly direction through the Counties of Morgan and Summit to a point on the boundary line of said Territory and State, in Township 3 North, Range 8 East, a distance of about 113 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Millard R. Jones New York City 561
C. K. Bannister Ogden 561
William V. Helfuch Ogden 1
Edward W. Exum Ogden 1
Alexander H. Swan Ogden 1

Additional shareholders:

L. G. Wilkerson   1
Will R. Swan Ogden 1
William Hascumbe Ogden 1
Daniel Hamer Ogden 1
( ) Robin Ogden 1

Salt Lake, Bingham & Tintic Railroad

Organized: June 13, 1873

Filed: June 14, 1873

Utah index number: 4290

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $2,500,000 (25,000 shares @ $100.00)

Route:

To be constructed from Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, to what is known as Tanner’s Ranch in Juab County, via Bingham, a distance of about 100 miles

Incorporators and directors:

Joab Lawrence SLC 100  
James M. Carter SLC 100  
Warren Hussey SLC 100 Treasurer
James S. Clark   100  
Elias L. Beard San Francisco 100  

Additional shareholders:

John N. Whitney SLC 100
A. A. Wilson SLC 100
C. Bennett SLC 100
A. Majors SLC 100
W. M. Nesbit Eureka City 100

See also: Reeder, page 413

Salt Lake City Railroad

Organized: January 6, 1872

Filed: February 1, 1872 - with Auditor of Public Accounts

Utah index number: 4347 (also 2566, which contains only the May 1899 amendment)

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $180,000 (3,600 @$50.00)

Purpose:

For the constructing, maintaining and operating of a single or double track street railroad in Salt Lake City, in Salt Lake County, Utah Territory

Route:

Beginning at the Utah Central Railroad depot on South Temple Street and running thence easterly to a point at or near the eastern limit of said City, with such deviations and branches on the adjoining streets as the demands may require.

Also two principal branches of said road extending as follows:

The first connecting with the mainline at the most suitable point between East Temple Street and said Railroad Depot and running thence in a northerly direction to the Warm Springs near the northern limits of said City.

The second connection either with the mainline at or near said Railroad Depot or with the first branch where it crosses North Temple Street and running thence westerly to or near Jordan River Bridge near the western limit of said City, the entire length of about 9 miles.

Incorporators and Directors:

John W. Young SLC 170  
Brigham Young Jr. SLC 170  
LeGrand Young SLC 2  
William W. Riter SLC 1 Treasurer
John N. Pike SLC 2  

Additional shareholders:

S. B. Young SLC 3
Moses Thatcher Logan 2
William B. Preston Logan 2
P. L. Williams SLC 2
Hamilton G. Park SLC 2

Remarks:

Amended January 30, 1878, to change route as follows;

First; beginning from the mainline at a point about 10 rods north from where South Temple Street intersects Third West Street, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, thence south a distance of about 14 rods, thence east on South Temple Street to West Temple Street, thence south on West Temple Street to First South Street, thence east on First South Street to East Temple Street, thence south on East Temple Street to Third South Street, thence east on Third South Street to Seventh East Street, thence south on Seventh East Street to the intersection of Sixth South Street and Seventh East Street, a distance of about 2-1/2 miles

Second; a branch line beginning at the point of connection with the mainline at the intersection of East Temple and First South Streets, running thence east on First South Street to Twelfth East Street, a distance of about 1-3/4 miles

Third; a branch line beginning at the point of connection with the mainline at the intersection of East Temple and First South Streets, running thence north on East Temple Street to its intersection with South Temple Street, thence east on South Temple Street to a point where it is intersected on the north side by Fir Street, thence north on Fir Street to Bluff Street, thence east on Bluff Street to Cedar Street, a distance of about 1-1/2 miles

Fourth; a branch line beginning at the point of connection with the mainline at the intersection of Second West and South Temple Streets, thence north on Second West Street to the Warm Springs bath houses which located in Block 168, Plot A, Salt Lake City Survey, a distance of about 1-1/2 miles.

Entire length, including mainline, branches and turnout from the intersection of Second East Street and First South Street, thence north 20 rods on Second East Street, thence east 5 rods to the company’s stables, is about 7 miles.

Signed by Brigham Young

Shareholders shown:

George Q. Cannon
Brigham Young
Albert Carrington
Executors and Trustees of the Estate of Brigham Young
Brigham Young (Jr.??)
James Jack
David O. Calder
William A. Rossiter
Robert R. Anderson (also shown as Secretary)

Filed: January 31, 1878 - with Auditor of Public Accounts

Amended February 20, 1889:

To increase capital stock to $1,000,000 (20,000 @150.00)

To change purpose and route:

For the constructing, maintaining and operating of a single or double track street railroad in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, upon each and all streets of said City, to the full extent and within the terminal limits thereof.

Shareholders shown as:

Francis Armstrong
A. W. McCune
H. H. Anderson
Adam Speirs
W. P. Read
O. P. Arnold
James Jack

Representing 2,513 shares, which was more than 3/4

David McKenzie shown as Secretary

Filed February 25, 1889 - with Auditor of Public Accounts

Amended May 11, 1899, to change (increase) route as follows:

To include all of East South Temple Street from “E” Street, eastward to the east line of Fort Douglas Military Reservation, all of “U” Street from Third Street to South Temple Street, and all of Thirteenth East Street from South Temple Street to Twelfth South Street in Salt Lake County, and upon Fourth East Street, of Salt Lake City, southward from the city limits to Thirteenth South Street

Shareholders shown as:

Francis Armstrong 2,354 shares
A. W. McCune 5,621 shares
Walter P. Read 341 shares
Joseph S. Wells 12 shares
R. C. Chambers 2,381 shares
Spencer Claweon 130 shares
William L. Hoge 5,005 shares

Representing 15,844 of the 17,000 outstanding shares

Reference notes:

Became part of the consolidation which formed the Consolidated Railway & Power Company, August 9, 1901

See also: Reeder, page 413, which shows an organization date of January 24, 1872.

Salt Lake City & Bingham Railroad

Organized:

Filed: November 25, 1873

Utah index number: 4293

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $100,000

Number of shares:

Route:

From or near the depot of the Utah Central Railroad in Salt Lake City, east to First East Street, then south via or near the State Road to Sandy Station on the Utah Southern, a distance of about 12 miles

Incorporators and directors:

C. W. Schofield 20
B. W. Morgan 20
William B. Welles 45
I. Colman 5
I. M. Haskell 5

Additional shareholders:

D. H. Bentley 5
Charles Ballard 5
H. C. Goodspeed 5
Charles Perray 5
Harry Desmond 5

See also: Reeder, page 413

Salt Lake City & Manti Railroad

Organized: September 10, 1872

Filed: September 10, 1872 - with Auditor of Public Accounts

Utah index number: 4282

Dissolved:

Capital stock: $5,000,000 (50,000 @ $100.00)

Purpose:

To operate a narrow gauge railroad from some point at or near the town of Manti, in the County of San Pete, Territory of Utah, then through the County of Utah to Salt Lake City, a distance of about 130 miles

Incorporators and directors:

I. Wentz Wilson SLC 250 President
M. B. Valentine New York City 250  
M. B. Dodge New York City 250  
W. C. Hendril SLC 250  
J. A. Williamson Des Moines 50 Vice President
John Tierman SLC 50  
George Field SLC 50  
Wells Spicer SLC 50 Treasurer
Theodore Haswell SLC 50 Secretary
( unreadable ) SLC 50  

See also: Reeder, page 414, which shows a similar but different group of directors.

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