N&W in 1903 -- Passenger Train Wrecked

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Mon Jan 28 10:40:45 EST 2008

Thanks for both replies on the location of Hardy. Even though I grew up in
that area and was very familiar with Ingleside and Oakvale, I never heard of
Hardy. It must have been a railroad desgination that died out in "modern"
times. Any way, that is the beauty of this forum. It brings out info that
many of us would not know otherwise.

Gordon Hamilton

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> Gordon Hamilton wrote:

>> [Unless someone knows where Hardy was on the route on No. 4 in 1903, I

>> would assume that the name is a reporter's error.]


> If the route of No 4 would take it east of Bluefield, then the Hardy

> named in the article is between Ingleside and Oakvale, about milepost

> N351.2 or so today.


> Joe Shaw

> Blacksburg, VA

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