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Railroads - Thurmond, WV

Photos from various eras of the historic railroad town of Thurmond, West Virginia.
 
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"Railroad Avenue" in Thurmond was an extremely busy place during the early 1900's.


Thurmond Depot - mid-1960's.


Thurmond engine house, once home for dozens of C&O steam locomotives - photo: late-1960's.


The New River Train steams through Thurmond, WV - circa mid-1980's.

NKP #765 races with the New River Train pass Thurmond's historic Business Section - circa mid-1980's.

Amtrak's Cardinal roars past Thurmond's now deserted business section - circa mid-1980's.
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Visit our sister site WVRailroads.net for history, news, photos, and links related to the railroads of West Virginia.  At WVRailroads you also can download  scale drawings of the Thurmond Coaling Station, Thurmond Depot, Thurmond Engine House, and Thurmond Yards.

Early History of the C&O --A Web page from Historic Mount Hope  provides a brief historical sketch of the early history of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway. The WVa-USA.com site also provides a history of the C&O's Loup Creek Branch and histories of various shortline railroads of the area.

 

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