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1915 Atlas

Nowata County

Railroad Stations are shown in red.

The north-south line was the I. M. & S, still operating in 1972 as the Missouri-Pacific.

The M. K. & T. cut through the northwest corner.  It was still operational in 1972.

The line coming in from the north west is labeled the C. O. & T, but I have not found its full name.  It had been abandoned by 1972.

The medium-width line that runs to the west of the railroad from just northwest of Nowata past the Kansas border is a Trolley.

The thin lines are rivers and creeks.

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