A hike along a record-breaking 10 miles of track of the first transcontinental railroad

A hike along a record-breaking 10 miles of track of the first transcontinental railroad
In 1869, the founder of the Central Pacific — whose labor force was almost 90 percent Chinese — claimed his men could lay down 10 miles of track in one day.

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