Wilmington to Petersburg Rail Line

Trains in Virginia

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Wilmington to Petersburg Rail Line

On the road bed of the old Civil War rail road from Wilmington, North Carolina to Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia. The bridge crossing is here at Stoney Creek, Virginia, where up the rail track in July of 1864 Federal Troops occupied the Weldon Rail Road, and the Confederate Army off Loaded their Rail Line here at the Flat Foot Road, Just to the Left, and placed the Military Goods, that were brought into the Wilmington N.C. Harbor by Blockade Runners from England and the Bahamas.

Carson - Rail Line CSX

The CSX Line with the Train traveling at a very high speed of 90 miles per hour, passes an old English Styled Victorian Home in the Virginia Countryside at Carson, Virginia. This is part of the old Weldon to Wilmington Rail Line used in the 1860's during the Civil War.

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Hanover Junction, Richmond, Va.

Hanover Junction, a Civil War battlefield area, where General Grant takes his Army across the Pamunkey River, Just above Richmond. This is a Virginia CSX Rail Road Line.

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Southside Rail Station

THE OLD SOUTH SIDE RAIL STATION in Petersburg, Virginia, and the Rail Station that goes back to the 1850's, and was a Central Rail Center during the Civil War.

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Suffolk Train

CABOOSE in Suffolk, Virginia.