As the First Transcontinental Railroad neared completion, Wells Fargo ended long-distance stagecoach routes. The stagecoaches were now used to transport people and mail between small towns that lacked a railroad link. When the Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869, Wells Fargo sold its stagecoach lines. Most of these covers traveled by rail, stagecoach, and steamboat.
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