Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Chessie-Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Safety Posters and Papers includes assorted blank railroad forms, three multi-sized calendars dating 1982, 1984, and 1986, and a variety of safety posters from 1985-1986.
The CSX-Chessie-Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad-Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Collection contains CSX-Chessie-Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad-Baltimore and Ohio Railroad memorabilia and original documents about the railroads. Many documents are related to Yardmaster W.J. Weisgerber's appeal to his 15 day suspension for damage to Volkswagen automobiles.
East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railway Company and Linville River Railway Company Collection
This collection consists of ledgers, minute books, and reports for the following companies: East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railway Company; East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Motor Transportation Company; and, Linville River Railway Company. These records date from 1916 to 1941.
Frank Borkowski Collection of Railway Calendars features pristine calendars of 2003-2007 and two different 2010 versions, all printed by The Hickory Printing Group.
The Herman Wilcox Collection contains photocopies of newspapers clippings about Herman Wilcox, the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad, the Boone bus depot, and the 1940 flood.
The Photograph of John Riddle's Children Standing on Tweetsie Engine is a black and white 13" x 20" photo on cardstock of two girls standing on the engine of Tweetsie Railway, in either Boone or Linville, North Carolina.
The Pittsburgh and West Virginia Railway Company Maps and Papers collection contains blue prints, legal papers, and Interstate Commerce Commission documents about the construction of the Connellsville extension of its line of railroad.
This letter was written by Robert L. Owen to General John C. Breckenridge on the letterhead of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Co., dated December 5, 1864. Owen writes from Wytheville, asking Breckenridge to allow the auditor of the company, Jonathan W. Wingfield, to ship badly needed supplies for the use of the auditor's family.
This collection includes twenty-four Southern Railway System trip passes issued to various people, some of whom were retired railway workers.
The collection contains four images from the early 1900s, three of which appear to be family photographs taken on or near a rail line. The fourth photograph from this period is of a moving locomotive. The collection also includes eleven pictures of several locomotives taken in the latter half of the 20th Century.
The Tweetsie Railroad Collection contains photocopied inventory and equipment retirement records of East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad Company dating 1916 to 1941, several Tweetsie Railroad brochures and souvenirs, and two scaled oversize drawings of the railroad company's car #15, undated.
This collection consists of two black and white photographs of Virginian Railway train engines. One photograph is of the Virginian Railway #738 train engine. The other photograph is of Virginian Diesel Engine #126 and Steam Engine #507 at a station. It is likely this photo of #126 and steam locomotive BA class #507 was taken at the Mullens, West Virginia station in July 1954.
Western Maryland Railway was chartered as the Baltimore, Carroll and Frederick Railroad by the state of Maryland in 1852 and renamed Western Maryland Railroad in 1853. This collection consists of seventeen 24" x 36" blueprints with diagrams of Western Maryland Railway's 1937 expansion project illustrating the Randolph Avenue Overhead off of U.S. Routes 250 and 219 in Elkins, West Virginia.