The fourth in our series of CDs with C&O Valuation Maps
The Toledo Subdivision CD has 151 maps. It has all the maps from when the Hocking Valley was valued, and updated maps as they were needed into the modern C&O Era. As might be expected there is much on Columbus and Parsons, etc.
The Valuation map originals are about 24x56 inches each, and they cover from a mile (for terminals, etc.) to several miles (mainlines), and show all tracks, sidings, location of railroad owned buildings, road crossings, towers, etc. They are a superb source for historical and operational data and modelers should love them as sources for layout design. Each CD has all these large maps digitized so that they will appear on your screen in high resolution up to 400% magnification, making them highly useable.
Previously we have issued:
Alleghany Subdivision (49 maps)
New River Subdivision (43 maps)
Kanawha Subdivision (79 maps)
If you took the original maps on just one of these CD's and spread them end-to-end in full size they would be as long as a football field! For a full history of the Valuation process, look at the Winter 2013 issue of the C&O History magazine.