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Virginian Railway

 
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The Virginian 2-6-6-6 steam locomotives were named as the "Blue Ridge" type on the VGN.


Virginian's Electric Locomotive Shops, Mullens, WV - circa 1920's.


Virginian Electric Locomotive.


The old Virginian railroad  bridge across New River at Deepwater still sees use by the Norfork Southern - July 2000.

Over 40 years after the merger that ended the life of the Virginian Ry., the name "Virginian" is still displayed at Deepwater, WV, the birthplace of the railroad - Photo: July 2000.

Oak Hill Depot, once a joint-operated C&O and Virginia Railway station, is reportedly the last surviving Virginia station in West Virginia - May 2000.
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