5 edition of Norfolk & Western in the Appalachians found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Norfolk and Western in the Appalachians|
|Series||The golden years of railroading|
|LC Classifications||TF25.N77 K56 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||98112703|
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Norfolk & Western in the Appalachians From the Blue Ridge to the Big Sandy (Golden Year of Railroading Series) by Ed King ISBN ISBN Paperback; Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.s.a.: Kalmbach Publishing Company, December ; ISBN NORFOLK & WESTERN IN THE APPALACHIANS: FROM THE BLUE RIDGE TO THE BIG SANDY.
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The Norfolk and Western Railway can no longer profit from operation of the line, but many will be saddened at this passing of a railroad era,” he wrote. The Creeper’s whistle, known for its chilling, eerie quality, sounded for the last time inand the tracks were removed that year.
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Used Book. Description. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title: Golden years of railroading. The Appalachian Region's economy, once highly dependent on mining, forestry, agriculture, chemical industries, and heavy industry, has become more diversified in.
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Norfolk & Western in the Appalachians: From the Blue Ridge to the Big Sandy. Waukesha, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Company, c p. This work is part of The Golden Years of Railroading, which is a series of publications on railroads; I found this particular work to be most relevant.
This book provides a rich photographic history of the. Norfolk & Western Railway Books at Many of the books below are out of print, however, most are available used.
If a title is currently unavailable, you may pre-order it used by specifying the minimum condition and maximum price you wish to pay. Abraham’s goal in this book is to retrace the mile route of the Norfolk & Western Railway’s famed steam powered crown jewel, from Norfolk to Cincinnati, and to investigate the historical, and modern, effect the train has had on the communities it touched.
The Norfolk and Western, first named so inwas formed from more than acquisitions and mergers beginning ineventually spanning from the tidewaters of Virginia to Omaha, Nebraska and reaching as far north as Buffalo, New York. the N&W was always known best for hauling coal out of the Appalachians.
Prior tothe. Thomas Dixon, Jr. notes in his book, "Norfolk & Western Steam: The Last 30 Years," the railroad came to roster a total of 's ranging from Class Y-1 through Y-6b.
They were the workhorse of freight operations and many, even the earlier classes (except the Y-1's), could still be found in service during the postwar years while the newer. The Norfolk and Western Railway (reporting mark N&W) was a US class I railroad, formed by more than railroad mergers between and It was headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, for most of its motto was "Precision Transportation"; it had a variety of nicknames, including "King Coal" and "British Railway of America".The Norfolk & Western Historical Society’s newest Branch Line Series book uses pages, 93 photographs, 62 drawings and 27 maps to tell how the W.M.
Ritter Lumber Company built its narrow-gauge Big Sandy & Cumberland logging railroad from Devon, West Virginia to Grundy, Virginia between andhow the lumber company extended its. Huge Y class sluggers shake the Appalachians to their very roots on the heavy grades and the tortuous curves of the Tug Fork.
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