Nineteenth century promotional for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail Road with a map and illustrations of Colorado and Kansas on one side. Promotional is one sheet folded into 16 panels with content on recto and verso; when unfolded, pamphlet measures 11" x 31". Pamphlet is very fragile and has moderate toning, light soiling, and has two 2" tears and three 1" or less tears along folds. This is the February Edition, likely of 1877; the time table located on one panel reads "Local time table in effect November 26th, 1876" and as this pamphlet is the February Edition, it was likely published in 1877. The printers are Woodward, Tiernan & Hale, and the engraver is Bogart & Folder. The panels on one side of the pamphlet contain content about the railroad, land for sale, time tables and general advertisements; the other side contains a map of the railroad's route through Kansas and Colorado along with detailed engravings of scenery along the route. Map title reads: "The Arkansas Valley Route from the Missouri River to Colorado & New Mexico - The New and Favorite Line to Denver and the Pleasure Resorts of the Rocky Mountains - The Only Direct Route to the Famous San Juan Mines!" Only 3 copies in OCLC as of August 2019.