Where Did V&T Meet the Southside RR in Lynchburg ?

NW Mailing List nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org
Sat Jul 1 21:32:05 EDT 2017

If the Southside Railroad is what became the Durham Branch of the N&W, the
connection was just west of the tunnel about two miles west of the
Lynchburg passenger station. It was also just before the line passed under
the Southern Railway trestle built as part of the "new" Southern route
through Lynchburg in 1912. The location can still be seen by looking at
Google maps.

    Ray Smoot

On Jul 1, 2017, at 9:15 AM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org>

Our daughter was in college there four years. To us it has always
been"Lunchbag". Just a bit of local color for your edification.

No idea of the junction of SS & V&T!

Jeff Sanders

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*Subject:* Where Did V&T Meet the Southside RR in Lynchburg ?

Mr. Wiley's recent post on railroading around Lunchburg  [sic... my
favorite typographical error :-) ]  leadeth me to realize that I do not
know where the Southside RR and the V&T met in "Lunchburg."
Can one of the "locals" enlighten me?
       -- abram burnett,
brakesman lost in the dark

                  Sent to You from my Telegraph Key
Successor to the MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH LINE of 1844
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