Train at station

Train at station
Photograph of a train at a station. People stand next to the train in the foreground. Date approximated.
Original Format
16cm x 9cm
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Dale Jun 11 2018

hi, this info was given to me by a friend who knows much on train history.The train is the Wilmington & Weldon RR, picture after the CW, probably in the 1870’s or 1880’s. This RR was the lifeline to the Confederacy running from the blockade running ships, port of Wilmington to Richmond, Va. . Was W&W, then ACL and now CSX RR.

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