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Highlight for Album: White Oak Railway
Album: White Oak Railway

Built during the early-1900's, the WO was a standard-gauge line owned and controlled by The New River Company (NRC). The line ran between Carlisle to Oak Hill, to various NRC mining operations in the plateau, and to a connection with the Virginian Ry. at Bishop. The WO also operated passenger trains over the C&O's White Oak Branch from Carlisle to Glen Jean.
Last change: 04/02/13
Contains: 6 items.

Highlight for Album: Piney River & Paint Creek Railroad
Album: Piney River & Paint Creek Railroad

Running between Beckley Junction and Cranberry, the PR&PC was a standard-gauge railroad built between 1904-1906. The line was owned and controlled by The New River Company. On the last day of the year 1917, the line was sold to the Virginian Ry.
Last change: 04/02/13
Contains: 3 items.

Highlight for Album: Glade Creek & Raleigh Railroad
Album: Glade Creek & Raleigh Railroad

Photos from the GC&R, a 3-foot narrow-gauge line running between a location near the mouth of Glade Creek in the New River Gorge to Raleigh and perhaps beyond(?)
Last change: 04/02/13
Contains: 5 items.

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