This is not a full accounting of titles in the Library's collections or of what is available via the Internet. Sources like HathiTrust, Internet Archive, Google Books, and other projects and people interested in railroads have digitized some copies of the titles mentioned below. If you are looking on the Library's web pages, searching the words railroads and broadsides will return a number of timesheets from various railroads but what the Library has in print form and what it has digitized, do not cover all railroads or all years.
There are directories that provide distance and time, but most do not offer fare information. Sometimes fare information can be found in newspaper advertisements and regular items, but in some rare cases you can find one-offs that are more guidebook like A Guide Between Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston: Containing a Description of the Principal Places; Railroad and Steamboat Routes; Tables of Distances, etc. Also, Routes of Travel from Boston to Buffalo, and from New York to Montreal in 1846.
If you are looking for track charts, a source like multimodalways.org External has some by line, but not all lines and not any for many of the lines. There are other collections related to Union Pacific, BNSF, and the Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe Railroad, etc. that you can find by doing a general search on the internet.
The maps presented here are a selection from the Library' of Congress' Geography and Map Division holdings, based on the popular cartobibliography, "Railroad Maps of the United States: A Selective Annotated Bibliography of Original 19th-century Maps in the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress." The following titles link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to additional online content are included when available.
The following titles link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to additional online content are included when available.
Timetables and maps of various railroads may exist in collections throughout the U.S., particularly in those collections that have the papers of the railroads themselves. However, there are a few notable sources and collections beyond those included on the Associations, Research Collections, & Other Internet Resources page.