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Louise Ellison (Character)
from "Hell on Wheels" (2011)

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  1. "Hell on Wheels"
        - Done (2016) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Ferrin
        - Railroad Men (2016) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Ferrin
        - Gambit (2016) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Ferrin
        - 61 Degrees (2016) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Ferrin
        - Hungry Ghosts (2015) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Ferrin
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From "Hell on Wheels: Eminent Domain (#3.2)" (2013)
Louise Ellison: How many men do you have?
Cullen Bohannan: Near 3,000. Work 6 days a week, sunup, sundown. $1.50 a day. Them's good wages.
Louise Ellison: How many miles do you make a day?
Cullen Bohannan: Two now, weather and Indians permittin'. Rust eaters lay the rails. Walking boss makes sure the gauge is right. Spiker teams secure the rails to the ground. Fish-plates tie them together. Three swings of the hammer per spike, 10 spikes per rail, 400 rails to a mile, 1,500 miles to Sacramento.
Louise Ellison: Do you really believe you can win the race against the Central Pacific to build this road?
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