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NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 1
Article   Coal Dumping Facilities Being Enlarged (Piers 3& 4) 06/01/1923 Raitt, J. W.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 No 1
Article   The Beginning of a Great Railroad 06/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 1
Article   The Vanishing Freight Claim 06/01/1923 Thompson, Norris G  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 1
Article   Large Tenders Feature New N&W Locomotives 06/01/1923 Reynolds, H. W.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 1
Article   Our New Class "C-2" Electric Locomotives 06/01/1923 Cousins, R. J.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 1
Article   The Beginning of a Great Railroad 06/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 1
Article   Making a Locomotive Prove Its Worth 06/01/1923 Coddington, H. W.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 1
Article   Large Tenders Feature New N&W Locomotives 06/01/1923 Reynolds, H. W.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 1
Article   B. D. Gibson Plans Dinner for Veterans (Crew -1st Passenger Train Hagerstown to Roanoke) 06/01/1923 Bolinger, Marion E.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   The Development of a Great Railroad 07/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   Finding and Developing Pocahontas Coal 07/01/1923    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   Our East Radford Timber Preserving Plant 06/01/1923 Bell, H.C.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   Electric Lighting of Automatic Signals on the Big Sandy Line 07/01/1923 Richards, D. W.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   Handling Material In Roanoke Shops 07/01/1923 Greenwood, H. F.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 2
Article   The New Coal Tipple at Williamson, W.Va. 07/01/1923 N&W Railway  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 2
Article   Jackson Lee Durham 07/01/1923 Nunnally, W. T. A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 3
Article   Turning Night into Day 08/01/1923 Oehler, Alfred G  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 3
Article   How Coal is Mined Along the N&W 08/01/1923 Dunglinson Jr, Geo  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 3
Article   Knocking the Hardness Out of Boiler Water 08/01/1923 Gibboney, Dr J.H.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 3
Article   Handling Perishable Freight on the N&W 08/01/1923 Cogburn, O. L.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 3
Article   The Third Link in The N&W Chain 08/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 3
Article   The Ninteenth Amendment and Our Women Workers 08/01/1923 Staff Writer  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 3
Article   Nottoway Pond 08/01/1923 Yingling, W. J.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 3
Article   How Do You Handle Your Train? 08/01/1923    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 4
Article   An Unusual Construction Project at Ellsiton, VA 08/01/1923 Parsons, O. V.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 4
Article   History of The Norfolk & Petersburg 08/01/1923 Parsons, O. V.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 4
Article   A New Machine for Turning Push Poles 09/01/1923 Rudy, W. A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 4
Article   Lubricating Railway Equipment 09/01/1923 Ligon, L. P.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 5
Article   Manufacturing Cast Iron Car Wheels 10/01/1923 Greenwood, H. F.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 5
Article   Mike, The Shop Dog 10/01/1923 Callahan, L. B.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 5
Article   Time Book Twelve on The Eastern Division (1/9/1884) 10/01/1923 Cobb, U. G.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 5
Article   The Fifth Link in The N&W Chain (A. M. & O) 10/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 5
Article   My Recollections of The Tug
Early Days @ Williamson
10/01/1923 Cunningham, D. G.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 6
Article   Building The Shenandoah Line 11/01/1923 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 6
Article   Weighing Freight on The Fly 11/01/1923 Tate, H. A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 6
Article   Norfolk and Western Coffee - How It Is Made 11/01/1923    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 1 No 6
Article   The Manufacture of Locomotive Cylinders 11/01/1923 Craig, F. T.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 1 NO 7
Article   Norfolk and Western Coffee - How It Is Made 12/01/1923    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 1
Article   The North Carolina Branch Prepares for Heavier Traffic 01/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 10
Article   The Village Built Around a Ferry - Became Lynchburg, VA. and Has Grown Into Second Largest Industrial City in Old Dominion 10/01/1932 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 12
Article   John Morgan's Raid 12/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 10 No 12
Article   President Hoover Special 12/01/1932 Fletch  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 10 No 2
Article   When Signals Were New 02/01/1932 Potts, C.D.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 2
Article   Railroading in The Army 02/01/1932 Wilkinson, H. F.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 2
Article   The Pop Valve a Device to Permit The Escape of Steam 02/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 3
Article   Recapitulation (Coal Traffic) 03/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 4
Article   BRISTOL, VA, A Good Place To Live 04/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 4
Article   Conquering The Blizzard, Wire Communication on The Shenandoad Division is Restored in Three Days 04/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 5
Article   Efficient-izing Material Handling - New Central Supply Yard at Roanoke 04/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 7
Article   Roanoke is 50 Years Old 07/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 7
Article   LOCOMOTIVES VOICE - Articulate Giants Of The Rails Issue Commands, Broadcast Warnings 07/01/1932 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 10 No 7
Article   Roanoke is 50 Years Old 07/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 8
Article   The Wytheville Hatchery 08/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 8
Article   Air Cooled Sleeping Cars Add to Travel Comfort 08/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 10 NO 9
Article   Pulverized Coal for Use in Heavy Forging Furnaces 09/01/1932    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 1
Article   Where Rails and Water Meet 01/01/1933 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 1
Article   In The Railroad's "Hospital" - Reveals Drastic Restorative Treatment (Passenger Car) 01/01/1933 Thierry, Marceau  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 1
Article   A 5O YEAR ALUMNUS - Charles F. Mayer, Introduction To Railroading On The Scioto Division 01/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 10
Article   Our Historical Collection 10/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 11
Article   The Last of The "Twelve Pole" Line 11/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 12
Article   Reconditioning Side Frames for Trucks Under Locomotive Tenders 12/01/1933 Hahn, J. H.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 2
Article   WILLIAMSON - In The Heart Of A Billion Dollar Coal Field 02/01/1933 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 2
Article   ROOSEVELT VISITS THE N&W - The President-Elect's Special Train Travels South Via Lynchburg And Bristol 02/01/1933 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 2
Article   INDEPENDENT GENERATORS -Providing Adequate Electric Light For Passengers 02/01/1933 Hill, H. E.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 4
Article   Turning Coal Into "Juice" - Twenty Years of Use Prove Excellence of Electric Powre at Bluestone Plant 04/01/1933 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 4
Article   Automatic Stokers - Continued Tests at Roanoke Shops 04/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 4
Article   Mrs. Roosevelt Visits Luray 04/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 4
Article   New Passenger Station - Thousands Witness Dedication of Cincinnati's 04/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 4 p124
Article   FLOOD WATERS IN OHIO - Railroads And Cities Battle Against The Invasion Of The Ohio 04/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 5
Article   The Railway's Exhibit at The Century of Progress 05/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 5
Article   Old Railroad Bridge Recalls History 05/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 6
Article   Triple Valves - Cleaning and Repair of 06/01/1933 Echols, J. E.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 8
Article   GOING TO CHICAGO - What The Railroad Man Or Woman Should See At Th e Century Of Progress 08/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 8
Article   Gilbert Branch - Extending Between Wharncliffe and Gilbert 08/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 8
Article   Reclaiming Second-Hand Car Axles By Converting Them Into Equipment Of A Smaller Size - A NEW SHOP PRACTICE 08/01/1933 McFadden, G. F.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 9
Article   A Trip with President Roosevelt 09/01/1933 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 9
Article   Mrs. Roosevelt Attending White Top Musical Festival 09/01/1933 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 9
Article   AN UNUSUAL STORM - Tropical Hurricane Strikes Norfolk And Virginia Seashore 09/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 11 NO 9
Article   Abandonment Authorized - "12 Pole Line" 09/01/1933    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 1
Article   1933 Passes in Review (Calendar of Events on The N&W in 1933) 01/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 1
Article   The Making of Coils and Armatures 01/01/1934 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 1
Article   PROLONGING MECHANICAL LIFE - Case Hardening Of Locomotive Parts At Roanoke Shops Helps To Reduce Maintenance Costs 01/01/1934 Lavinder, P. T.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 10
Article   THEATRE ON WHEELS - A New All-Steel Safety Motion Picture Car Replaces Old Car No. 551 10/01/1934 Fisher, H. C.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 11
Article   President Roosevelt Pays a Friendly Visit to Roanoke and Salem 11/01/1934 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 11
Article   MAIN RODS - A Glimpse Into The Manufacturer Of The Steel Bars Which Turn Driving Wheels 11/01/1934 May, D. R.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 12
Article   "OLD GABRIEL" - Installed When Roanoke Shops Were Built, Has Given 51 Years Of Service To The Company 12/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 2
Article   Charles S. Churchill is Dead - Retired N&W Vice President 02/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 3
Article   Fire Destroys Park Street Offices - Headquarters of Radford and Shenandoah Divisions Suffer Severe Damage in Night 03/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 3
Article   New Passenger Equipment 03/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 5
Article   Frogs Are Not Always What They Seem! 05/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 6
Article   A New Loading Device - Provides Increased Capacity and Greater Security to Automobile Shipments 06/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 6
Article   A New Century of Progress Exposition 06/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 7
Article   Summer Travel Is Cool Clean Comfortable 07/01/1934    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 7
Article   BALLAST CLEANING MACHINES - Recondition The Railway's Roadbed And Help Keep Track Surfaces Smooth 07/01/1934 Gaines, E. C.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 12 NO 9
Article   The New Dining Cars 09/01/1934 Garrett, W. S.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 13 NO 1
Article   New Facilities at Norfolk 01/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 13 NO 1
Article   On The Night Trick - at Shaffers Crossing Shop and The Roanoke Station 01/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 1
Article   Santa Claus Visits the Travelling Public 01/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 12
Article   The N. & W. Pioneers Again 12/01/1935 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 2
Article   Passenger Improvements 02/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 2
Article   New Branch LIne 02/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 3
Article   Through the Years.... 03/01/1935 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 3
Article   On the NIght Trick 03/01/1935 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 3
Article   More Air Conditioned Cars 03/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 3
Article   130 Miles of New Track 04/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 3
Article   Four Trains and a Slogan 04/01/1935 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 4
Article   On the NIght Trick 04/01/1935 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 5
Article   What About Coal? 05/01/1932 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 5
Article   Modernizing Equipment 05/01/1932 Garrett, W. S.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 5
Article   On the NIght Trick 05/01/1932 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 6
Article   Volume and Mass Appearl 06/01/1935 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 9
Article   On the Trail of the Hammer 09/01/1935 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 9
Article   On the Night Shift 09/01/1935 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 9
Article   Train Scheduled Faster 09/01/1935    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 13 No 9
Article   Lake Type Coal Pier 10/01/1935 Fletch  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 P 111
Article   Introducing Coal Pier No. 5 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 1
Article   On the Night Trick 01/01/1936 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 1
Article   Time Card Tells Story 01/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 10 P 339
Article   New Freight Engines 10/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 10 P 342
Article   The "Iron Age" in Virginia 10/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 10 P 350
Picture   Engine 249 and crew 10/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 10 P 362
Picture   Company Dwelling 10/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 10 P 366
Picture   Coaling wharf passes 10/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 11
Article   "Pigs" Went to Market 11/01/1936 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 11 Supplement
Article   Arthur Chase Needles 1867-1936 11/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 11 P 404
Article   The Rails Develop a New Frontier 11/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 11 P 417
Article   Rexall Train Visits 11/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 12 P 435
Article   Our New President 12/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 12 P 448
Article   On the Night Trick 12/01/1936 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 12 P 450
Picture   Joyce Ave Yard, looking east 12/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 12 P 458
Article   Ford Dealers Travel 12/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 3
Article   General Notice (Railroad Retirement Act) 03/01/1935 Needles, A.C.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 3
Article   An Old Bill of Lading (AM&O) 03/01/1935 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 3 P 86
Article   On the Night Trick 03/01/1936 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 Cover
Picture   New Pier 5 and Tugboat 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 P 128
Picture   Engine and crew, 1908 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 P 129
Picture   Wood Burner Locomotives 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 P 140
Picture   Laying new rail 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 4 P 141
Picture   Bluestone Shifter, 1904 04/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 5 Cover
Picture   New Class A No. 1200 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 5 P 166
Picture   More Air Conditioned Cars 05/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 5 P 166
Picture   New Trains Added 05/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 5 P 176
Picture   Work train at Pembroke Limestone Company's quarries in 1916 (4-wheel caboose?). 05/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 188
Article   Our New Locomotives 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 196
Picture   Caboose office 1896 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 196
Picture   Caboose and train crew 1896 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 198
Article   More Air Conditioned Cars 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 198
Article   Advertising Coal Pier No. 5 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 6 P 204
Picture   Shop building and power house, looking north, at Shenandoah 06/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 8 Cover
Picture   JO interlocking tower 08/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 8 P 264
Article   The Story of the Shovel 08/01/1936 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 9 P 214
Article   Record Train Order (1925) 09/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 9 P 297
Article   Comments on Falls Mill 09/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 9 P 298
Article   Railroading in Miniature
minute minuate miniature
09/01/1936 Walker, A.G.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 9 P 314
Article   History in Express Receipts (1861 & 1879) 09/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 14 No 9 P 331
Picture   Train No. 36 09/01/1936    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 1 P 11
Article   1936 Passes in Review 01/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 1 P 18
Picture   Mystery Picture (Winston - Salem Line?) 01/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 10 COVER
Picture   Pocahontas Passing "US" Tower at Villamont 10/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 10 P 434
Article   Loading a "Caterpillar" 10/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 10 P 446
Picture   General Office Building circa 1900 10/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 10 P 449
Picture   Headquarters and Personnel of The New Zone Revision Bureau 10/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 10 P 468
Picture   West Roanoke Shop Employees and No. 72, 1904 10/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 15 No 12
Article   Winston Salem "Night Hawks" 11/01/1937 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 15 No 12
Article   New Loading Crane 11/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 15 No 13
Article   N. & W. Track Rates High 12/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 15 No 13
Article   Wheel Rollers Please Crowd 12/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 2 P 38
Article   The Great Flood 02/01/1937 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 2 P 54
Picture   Locomotive No. 63 with Crew at Eckman 02/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 2 P 57
Article   New Ticket Office Opened (Norfolk) 02/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 3 P 76
Article   Open for Business (Scioto Div. After Flood) 03/01/1937 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 3 P 84
Article   On The Night Trick 03/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 4 P 121
Article   Accidents Do Not Happen 04/01/1937 Blakemore, C.H.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 4 P 128
Article   A New Lifting Device 04/01/1937 Wade, C.B.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 4 P 137
Article   Battle to BE RE-Enacted (Battle of The Crater) 04/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 4 P 150
Picture   Engine 698 at Gary, W. VA 04/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 5 Cover
Picture   Island Yard (Aerial View) 05/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 5 P 160
Article   The Saw and Its "Family Tree" 05/01/1937 Cheff, A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 5 P 174
Article   Picture Renews Friendship (John A. Pilcher) 05/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 5 P 179
Picture   Three Flat Cars Carried This Rotary Cylinder 05/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 6 P 210
Article   Vacations of Yesterday (Montgomery County Resorts) 06/01/1937 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 6 P 236
Picture   West End of Car Shop Yard,Roanoke 06/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 6 P 242
Picture   Pusher Engine 06/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 7 P 299
Picture   North Side, East End of Freight Car Shop 07/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 7 P 307
Picture   Dispatcher's Office at Bluefield in 1905 or 1906. 07/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 8 COVER
Picture   Welding Class A Firebox 08/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 15 No 9 COVER
Picture   This Locomotive Designed and Built By Norfolk and Western Employees 08/01/1937    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 8
Article   Norfolk and Western Railroad Company - Born of The AM&O Foreclousure Sale 08/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 No 1
Article   1838 - a Century of Service - 1938 01/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 No 1
Article   Trailing a Carload of Freight - Part 1 01/01/1938 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 No 1
Article   Former N & W. Man-Now Combustion Engineer-Praises Pocahontas Coal 01/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 No 1
Article   A Message from The President, Norfolk and Western Veterans 01/01/1938 Ayers, L. C.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 10
Article   The Norfolk and Western Railway Centennial Celebration 10/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 10
Article   LA Guardia Travels Over The Norfolk and Western Railway 10/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 11
Article   Keeping Steps - Progress on N&W Territory 11/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 11
Article   We Look Back - 20th Anniversary of Armistice 11/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 11
Article   The National Coal Association Speaks to Millions 11/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 13
Article   J A Pilcher - Retires 12/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 13
Article   The Bells - Casting Bells on Roanoke Foundry 12/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 13
Article   Keeping Step Second Installment 12/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 2
Article   A Glimpse of a Century of Service on the Norfolk and Western Railway and It's Predecessor Lines Reveals Remarkable Achievement 02/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 2
Article   The Trains Must Go Through In Providing All-Weather Transportation Railroads Must Battle the Elements to Keep Locomotives Running, Signals Operating and Tracks Open 02/01/1938 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 2
Article   Trailing a Carload of Freight The Shipment of Sugar is Transferred from Ship to Railway Freight Car, Part two 02/01/1938 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 2
Article   V. & T. Employee is Found (General R.M. Colvin) 02/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 3
Article   Faith-Plus Works! Early Citizens of Lynchburg and Southwest Virginia Conquered Mountains-Physical and Figurative 03/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 3
Article   New Steel Postal Cars are Added To Railway's Service 03/01/1938 Fisher, H. C.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 3
Article   The Party Line 03/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 3
Article   Another Mystery Picture, possibly somewhere in the Radford Division 03/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 4
Article   The Southside Railroad Now the N.&W. Main Line Between Petersburg and Lynchburg, Va. Has An Interesting History 04/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 4
Article   Tolerance 04/01/1938 Shupe, Ralph  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 4
Article   Realistic Model N&W Locomotive and Coal Train Built By New Yorkers 04/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 4
Article   Interesting Old Picture of Portsmouth Terminal 04/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 5
Article   100 Years in 30 Minutes, New "Century of Service" Vocafilm Recreates History of the Railway 05/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 5
Article   "Old Gabriel," Roanoke Shops Whistle, Has "Off Spring" on Western Railroad 04/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 5
Article   Behind the Scenes With A Locomotive, The Efficient and Dependable Performing of Our Railroad's Engines is Made Possible by Regular Inspections and Repairs at the Engine Terminal At the Conclusion of Each Run 05/01/1938 Robinett, R. L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 5
Article   Railroad History at a Glance - Historical Collection of the Transportation Library at the General Office Building 05/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 5
Article   Behind the Scenes With A Locomotive, The Efficient and Dependable Performing of Our Railroad's Engines is Made Possible by Regular Inspections and Repairs at the Engine Terminal At the Conclusion of Each Run 05/01/1938 Patton, R. D.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 6
Article   The Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad 06/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 6
Article   Shop Instruction Classes Hold "Finals" 06/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 6
Article   N. & W. Trains of 1891 06/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 7
Article   N. & W. Trains of 1891 07/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 7
Article   The Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio 07/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 7
Article   A Unique Exibit, A Real Mine is Used to Demonstrate the Mining of Coal 07/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 7
Article   Old Picture Portsmith Shop 07/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 16 No 7
Article   Old Picture Portsmith Shop 07/01/1938    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 8
Article   The City Point Rail Road 08/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 8
Article   Accurate Gages Make Precision Transportation 08/01/1938 Hahn, J. H.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 16 NO 8
Article   Industrial Show Attracts Thousands 09/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 N0 4
Article   Locomotive Takes Shower Bath - Williamson 04/01/1939 Hager, R. M.  
 
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VOL 17 N0 5
Article   When The Fleet's in - Navy in Norfolk 05/01/1939 Cheff, A.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 2
Article   The Manufacture of Brick 02/01/1939 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 1
Article   Pictorial Highlights 01/01/1938 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 1
Article   Little Grains of Sand 01/01/1939 Cheff, A.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 1
Article   When Trains Carried Bibles 01/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 1
Article   Trains - A Poem 01/01/1939 Baird, Doona  
 
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VOL 17 NO 1
Article   New Hotel Roanoke 01/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 17 NO 10
Article   'Messenger' No 73115 08/01/1939 Bundy, Harry  
 
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VOL 17 NO 11
Article   What Makes It Go ? 11/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 11
Article   N&W Employees Build Improved Stock Cars 11/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 17 NO 11
Article   Pictorial Highlights 11/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 12
Article   Railroad Men Speak Their Minds 12/01/1939 Cheff, A.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 12
Article   Norfolk Citizens Dedicate Underpass - Hampton Blvd. 12/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 2
Article   Our Family Quiz 02/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 2
Article   The Innumerable Caravan 02/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 2
Article   Travelers Find 500 Large Photographs of N&W Scenes in Coaches and Diners 02/01/1939 Stump, J. S.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 4
Article   Grade Crossing Disappears - Hampton Blvd. Norfolk 04/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 4
Article   Our Second Largest Freight Commodity 04/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 5
Article   Betterments at Roanoke - Passenger Station 05/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 6
Article   Keeping America in Trees 06/01/1939 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 7
Article   It's Harvest Season 07/01/1939 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 7
Article   A Preventable Waste - Rail Burn 07/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 7
Article   Laundry for Freight Cars 07/01/1939 Bundy, Harry  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   It's An Ideal Vacation Place - New York World's Fair 08/01/1939 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   The Story of Asphalt 08/01/1939 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   Rail Enthusiasts to Visit Roanoke 08/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   It's An Ideal Vacation Place - New York World's Fair 08/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   Rebuilding a Coal Car in 24 Minutes 08/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 17 NO 8
Article   New Bridge Is Highest on N&W 08/01/1939 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 17 NO 8
Article   Looking Back Over 46 Years of Railroad Service 08/01/1939 Shaw, J. G.  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 18 NO 1
Article   Milestones of Progress in 1939 01/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
VOL 18 NO 1
Article   Improvements at Lambert Point 01/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 18 No 10
Article   Railroad Wonderland 10/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 18 No 10
Article   The Power Behind the Nation 10/01/1940    
 
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Vol 18 No 11
Article   "The Man in the Box" 11/01/1940 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 18 No 11
Article   New Paint Yard in Service 11/01/1940    
 
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Vol 18 No 11
Article   The Early Days of Williamson 11/01/1940 Ayers, L. C.  
 
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Vol 18 No 12
Article   Running Trains by Remote Control 12/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 18 No 12
Article   The Galaxy Leaf 12/01/1940    
 
NW Magazine
VOL 18 NO 2
Article   Directing 125 Trains a Day - Pocahontas Division 02/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 2
Article   Rolling on Rollers - Floating Driving Axle Type Roller Bearings 02/01/1940 Wisbey, G. T.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 2
Article   The Trains Go Through - 24 Inch Snow Fall 02/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 3
Article   "Ambassador of Good Will" - N&W Agent 03/01/1940 Long, Tag A.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 3
Article   Strike Up The Band 03/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 3
Article   Two Million Bulbs Shipped Over N&W in Two Months - Abingdon Branch 03/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 4
Article   Captain of The Train - Passenger Conductor 04/01/1940 Long, Tag A.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 4
Article   The Age of Stone - Moving Stone 04/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 4
Article   New Signals Installed on Norfolk Division 04/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 5
Article   Black Magic 05/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 5
Article   All Aboard for All America! 05/01/1940    
 
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VOL 18 NO 5
Article   Behind The Scenes on Norfolk and Wester Dining Cars 05/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 6
Article   The Railroads and The National Defense 06/01/1940 Bundy, Harry  
 
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VOL 18 NO 6
Article   Streamlined Coal 06/01/1940 Parkes, Holcombe  
 
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VOL 18 NO 6
Article   "New Cars Added to Fleet" 06/01/1940 Bundy, Harry  
 
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VOL 18 NO 7
Article   The Power Behind The Nation - Coal 07/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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VOL 18 NO 8
Article   "Front Door" of The Norfolk and Western - Pier No. 5 08/01/1940 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 18 No 8
Article   When Freight Cars "Leave Home" 08/01/1940 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 18 No 8
Article   New Paint Yard... 08/01/1940    
 
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Vol 18 No 9
Article   Bluefield Industrial SHow Heards Progress in Coal Mining 09/01/1940    
 
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Vol 19 No 1
Article   Oneday 01/01/1941 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 19 No 1
Article   First Stage of Yard Improvemnt Well Underway 01/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 10
Article   Still Pioneering...In 1941 10/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 11
Article   Guardian of the Rails 11/01/1941 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 19 No 11
Article   Streamlined Equipment in Service 11/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 11
Article   Joining Rails By Welding 11/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 12
Article   Streamlined Equipment Gets A Big Hand 12/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 12
Article   Building of New Yard Progresses... 12/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 2
Article   The March of Progress 02/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 3
Article   Waynesboro, Virginia 03/01/1941 Pierce, Eleanor  
 
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Vol 19 No 4
Article   Arsenal of Democracy 04/01/1941 Cheff, A.  
 
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Vol 19 No 4
Article   Portsmouth Yard Enlarged 04/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 4
Article   New Passenger Equipment Ordered 04/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 4
Article   Out of the Past V&T 04/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 5
Article   The Job that's Never Finished 05/01/1941 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 19 No 5
Article   New Underpass at Waynesboro is Dedicated 05/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 5
Article   New Streamliner Makes Debut, The Tennessean 05/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 6
Article   Norfolk & Western in Uniform 06/01/1941 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 19 No 6
Article   43,614 Persons Visit New Streamliner, The Tennessean 06/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 6
Article   Locomotives get new Lettering (Gold) 06/01/1941    
 
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Vol 19 No 7
Article   Progress of Roanoke Yard Project 07/01/1941    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 19 No 8
Article   Building our Streamlined Locomotives 08/01/1941    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 19 No 8
Article   Old Magazines, Reveal Progress made by the Railroads 08/01/1941    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 19 No 8
Article   New Warehouse Completed 08/01/1941    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 19 No 9
Article   Roanoke Yard Improvements Are Well Advanced 09/01/1941    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 2 No 1
Article   Development of Train Control on Single Track 01/01/1924 Richards, D. W.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 2 No 1
Article   Mahomet Goes to The Mountain(Supply for Construction Crews) 01/01/1924 Preston, J. B.  
 
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Vol 2 No 1
Article   Destruction Fire in Roanoke (Gen'l Office Fire) 01/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No 10
Article   Building The Ohio Extension 10/01/1924 Helvestine, Frank  
 
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Vol 2 No 11
Article   Completing The "Ohio" Extension 11/01/1924 Davidson, John C.  
 
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Vol 2 No 11
Article   New Shops at Shenandoah 11/01/1924 Budwell, Walter  
 
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Vol 2 No 11
Article   New Viaduct at Petersburg 11/01/1924 Johnson, V. D.  
 
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Vol 2 No 11
Article   Our New 16, 000 Gallon Tenders 11/01/1924 Eldridge, W. K.  
 
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Vol 2 No 12
Article   What Does The Sectionman Do? 12/01/1924 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 2 No 12
Article   The Eckman Type Ash Hoist 12/01/1924 Barry, J. J.  
 
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Vol 2 No 12
Article   The Railroad Goes A-Mining 12/01/1924 Howe, Dan J.  
 
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Vol 2 No 2
Article   Joseph W. Coxe, Comptroller, Retires 02/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No 2
Article   Four-Sheet Fireboxes for Mallet Locomotives 02/01/1924 Doarnberger, John A  
 
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Vol 2 No 2
Article   Increasing The Average Daily Mileage of Freight Cars 02/01/1924 Tice, E. J.  
 
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Vol 2 No 3
Article   Our Reporter Gets Into a Hot Place (The Making of Iron and Steel Provies Copy for a "Warm" Story 03/01/1924 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 2 No 4
Article   Transportation of Materials in Roanoke Shops 04/01/1924 Thomas, James M.  
 
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Vol 2 No 4
Article   Captain John P. Green Dies 04/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No 4
Article   Seeing Things As Dante Did (Mfg. of Steel) 04/01/1924 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 2 No 5
Article   President N. D. Maher Retires 05/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No 5
Article   Our New Class Y-2a Locomotive 05/01/1924 Staley, H. F.  
 
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Vol 2 No 5
Article   Our New Class Y-2a Locomotive 05/01/1924 Coldiron, S. E.  
 
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Vol 2 No 5
Article   Completing The Story of Steel 05/01/1924 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 2 No 6
Article   Trackless Trains at Roanoke Passenger Station 06/01/1924 Carter, W. B.  
 
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Vol 2 No 6
Article   Reassembling a Mallet Locomotive in Eighteen Engine Shop Hours 06/01/1924 Richardson, E. L.  
 
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Vol 2 No 7
Article   Reassembling a Mallet Locomotive in Eighteen Engine Shop Hours 07/01/1924 Gaines, E. C.  
 
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Vol 2 No 8
Article   Rivets and Noise Provide Another Yarn (Building "HU" Hoppers) 08/01/1924 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 2 No 8
Article   Telegraph and Telephones on The N&W 08/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No 8
Article   Removing Low-Pressure Valve Heads and Front Cylinder Heads 08/01/1924    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 2 No 9
Article   The Stores Department Adapts a Motto 09/01/1924 Wade, J. W.  
 
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Vol 2 No 9
Article   New Light on Rough Handling 09/01/1924    
 
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Vol 2 No. 10
Article   Providing The "EATS" for Our Guests 10/01/1924 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 2 No. 10
Article   Have You a Little Coal Pile at Home? 10/01/1924 Shelton, John  
 
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Vol 2 No. 2
Article   Our New 200 Ton Derrick Car 02/01/1924 Black, R. L.  
 
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Vol 2 No. 7
Article   Building The New River Division 07/01/1924 Helvestine, Frank  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 2 No1
Article   Rebuilding Kenova Bridge Under Traffic 01/01/1924 Turner, F. P.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 20 No 1
Article   Service to the Nation 01/01/1942    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 20 No 1
Article   Roanoke Yard Takes on New Apperance 01/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 10
Article   Gangway for Passengers! 10/01/1942 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 20 No 10
Article   The Story of Our Shops 10/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 11
Article   French Railroads ... Will Speed Democracy's Offensive 11/01/1942 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 20 No 11
Article   New Weighing Facilities 11/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 12
Article   Christmas Greetings From Britian 12/01/1942 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 20 No 2
Article   Save to Save America 02/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 3
Article   Load 'Em Up and Keep 'Em Moving! 03/01/1942    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 20 No 4
Article   Democracy's Railroads Give World-WIde Service 04/01/1942 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 20 No 4
Article   Enlarging Blackstone Station... 04/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 5
Article   Save a pound of Coal! 05/01/1942 Brown Jr., C.C.  
 
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Vol 20 No 8
Article   The Railroad...and War! 08/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 8
Article   "Old Gabriel" Is Drafted... 08/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 8
Article   Yard Lengthened... 08/01/1942    
 
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Vol 20 No 9
Article   Builds Model Wrecker... 09/01/1942    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 22 No 1
Article   Improvements Speed War Traffic Over the Shenandoah Line 01/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 1
Article   The Story of Our Shops 01/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 10
Article   Guardians of the Signals 10/01/1944 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 22 No 10
Article   Russia's Modernized Railroads Speed Enemy's Downfall 10/01/1944    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 22 No 12
Article   Going.. Going... Gone!! 12/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 2
Article   Norton is 50 Years Old 02/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 2
Article   Ice Jam of 1917 ... 02/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 3
Article   Railroading at Camp Pickett 03/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 4
Article   Freight Train 04/01/1944 Long, Tag A.  
 
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Vol 22 No 5
Article   Rail Gang 05/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 5
Article   British Railway Controls 05/01/1944 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 22 No 6
Article   Liberation of Europe 06/01/1944 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 22 No 6
Article   Mechanical Car Washer Installed at Norfolk 06/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 7
Article   Toughest Railroad in the World 07/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 7
Article   The Story of our Shops 07/01/1944    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 22 No 7
Article   New Tie-Adzing Machine 07/01/1944    
 
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Vol 22 No 8
Article   An Afternoon at Portsmouth Passenger Station 08/01/1944 Perkinson, George  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 22 No 9
Article   Healthy Water for the Iron Horse 09/01/1944 Crockett, C. L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 1
Article   Improvements at Williamson 01/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 1
Article   The Story of Our Shops 01/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 10
Article   Our Railroad and the War 09/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 10
Article   The N&W Looks Ahead 09/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 10
Article   A Railroader's Story 09/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 11
Article   Making the "Ribons of Steel" 11/01/1945 Baker, Orrin H.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 11
Article   Greatest Show on Earth 11/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 11
Article   N. & W. to Build New Port Facilities at Norfolk 11/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 12
Article   Christiansburg Celebrates 150th Birthday 12/01/1945    
 
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Vol 23 No 12
Article   Victory Train Visits N. & W. 12/01/1945    
 
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Vol 23 No 2
Article   1944 Our Busiest Year 02/01/1945    
 
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Vol 23 No 2
Article   Gateway to the Battlefronts 02/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 2
Article   New Movie Tells Story of Modern N. & W. Locomotive 02/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 4
Article   The "Battle of The Levee" 04/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 5
Article   Trail-Blazing for Coal! 05/01/1945    
 
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Vol 23 No 7
Article   The Story of Our Shops 07/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 8
Article   Out Where the Trains Go By! 08/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 8
Article   "I've Been Working on the Railroad?" 08/01/1945 Sheehan, T. E.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 9
Article   Coal's Postwar Future 09/01/1945 N&W Railway  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 9
Article   What does a freight Train Carry? 09/01/1945 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 9
Article   Grade Crossing Improved? 09/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 23 No 9
Article   Remember When: Street Car line between Roanoke & Vinton steam powered 09/01/1945    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 1
Article   Our Roll of Honor, World War II 01/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 1
Article   Interviewing our Chief Clerks 01/01/1946 Long, Tag A.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 1
Article   Roanoke Passenger Station photo - 1895 01/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 10
Article   Together We Grow! 10/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 10
Article   The Gas Turbin Locomotive 10/01/1946    
 
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Vol 24 No 11
Article   Cincinnati Line Improvements are Underway 11/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 11
Article   From Plows to Atoms 11/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 12
Article   A Day with a Yard Crew 12/01/1946 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 24 No 2
Article   Freight Service Improved 02/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 2
Article   Tiny but Tough, Keen Mountain Railroad 02/01/1946    
 
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Vol 24 No 2
Article   Transportaion Corps in the E.T.O. 02/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 2
Article   N. & W. Leads in Smoke Abatement? 02/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 3
Article   The Iron Makers of Hanging Rock 03/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 3
Article   Home of Miracle Drug 03/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 3
Article   Rebuilding Europe's Railroads 03/01/1946 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 4
Article   Our New Train (passenger) 04/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 4
Article   Williamsburg, Ohio 04/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1945 05/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 5
Article   Thousands Salute "The Powhatan Arrow"! 05/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 6
Article   Up Through the Ranks, W.J. Jenks 06/01/1946    
 
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Vol 24 No 7
Article   "Golden Arrow" Links London and Paris 07/01/1946 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 7
Article   Improvements on the Cincinnati Line 07/01/1946    
 
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Vol 24 No 8
Article   New Engine Facilities at Williamson 08/01/1946    
 
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Vol 24 No 8
Article   A tour of the "North Carolina Branch" 08/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 8
Article   Builds Model of N. & W. Locomotives? 08/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 9
Article   N. & W. "Hotshots" 09/01/1946 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
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Vol 24 No 9
Article   Thousands Visit Coal Show 09/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 24 No 9
Article   Unique Locomotive Model 09/01/1946    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 1
Article   The Story of Mary Draper Ingles 01/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 1
Article   Santa Travels by Train 01/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 1
Article   Photo: Bridge 899-B, Davy WV, 1908 01/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 11
Article   Freedom Train 11/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 11
Article   Lead Mines, Virginia 11/01/1947    
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Vol 25 No 11
Article   Stations Painted in New Colors? 11/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 12
Article   A Christmas Card from British Railroaders 12/01/1947 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 12
Article   Railroading In Miniature 12/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 2
Article   A Rainy Day on the "P. B. & W." 02/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 2
Article   Drawbridge Nears Completion 02/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 3
Article   Waynesboro's N. & W. Folks 03/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 3
Article   Big Improvement Project, Elkhorn Tunnel 03/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 3
Article   Long Rails Laid 03/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 3
Article   Organization of the Norfolk and Western Railway (org chart #2) 03/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 4
Article   The Man Who Calls the Train Crews 04/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 4
Article   N. & W. Stations Have Many British Twins 04/01/1947 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 4
Article   N. & W. Exhibit at Travel Show (Cowling Class J model) 04/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 4
Article   Organization of The Norfolk and Western Railway (operating department, org chart #3) 04/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1946 04/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 5
Article   Switcher Locomotive Improved? 04/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 5
Article   The Greater Hotel Roanoke 04/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 5
Article   Keeper of the Crossing 04/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 5
Article   The Flying Scotsman 04/01/1947 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 6
Article   Our Hustling Hostlers 06/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 6
Article   Henry Bannon, The Story of a Pioneer Railroad Attorney and Outstanding American 06/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 6
Article   First Postwar Excursion 06/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 6
Article   Organization of the Norfolk and Western Railway (motive power, chart #4) 06/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 7
Article   Outing on the Abingdon Branch 07/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 7
Article   Sixteen Coaches Modernized 07/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 8
Article   First Modernized Coach in Service 08/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No 8
Article   Sixteen Coaches Modernized 08/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 9
Article   Portsmouth Steel Goes Full Blast 09/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 9
Article   Ten Minutes with the Powhatan Arrow! 09/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 9
Article   Railroad Lingo American and British 09/01/1947 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
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Vol 25 No 9
Article   Football on the N. & W. 09/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No 9
Article   New River, Holston, and Western R.R #3, J. E. Robertson 09/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 25 No10
Article   Ten New Locomotives to Be Built 10/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No10
Article   Roanoke Passenger Station to be Rebuilt 10/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No10
Article   New Engine Terminal Facilities at Winston-Salem and Pulaski 10/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No10
Article   New Office Buildings at Bluefield? 10/01/1947    
 
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Vol 25 No10
Article   N. & W. Camp cars are Modernized 10/01/1947    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 1
Article   Pocahontas Division Improvements Are Underway 01/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 1
Article   Calcium Carbide Raw Materials for Industrial Miracles! 01/01/1948 Rhode, Ray L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 1
Article   How We Handled the Freedom Train 01/01/1948    
 
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Vol 26 No 1
Article   Roanoke Shops has Modern Electroplating Plant 01/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 1
Article   Eight Improvements Announced 01/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 10
Article   "N. & W. Junior Railway" 10/01/1948    
 
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Vol 26 No 10
Article   The Story of James O'Keeffe 10/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 10
Article   Improved Switching Locomotive Completed. . . 10/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 11
Article   Martinsville and N. & W. Folks 11/01/1948    
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 11
Article   Railroad Map of the Lynchburg Area 11/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 11
Article   Triple Deck Crossing at Gilmerton 11/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 12
Article   New Sleeping Cars Are Now in Service . . . 12/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 12
Article   Improved Facilities Authorized. . . 12/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 2
Article   Ready to Handle World Cargoes 02/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 2
Article   Eggs by the Carload 02/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 3
Article   Pier "N" is Formally Opened 03/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 4
Article   Our Merchandise Freight Piers at Lamberts Point 04/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1947 05/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 5
Article   The Lead Mines. . . Today 05/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 5
Article   N. & W. Has First Diesel Powered Wreck Car. . . 05/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 7
Article   P.R.R. T1 #5511 at Cambria 07/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 8
Article   Signatures with Punches 08/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 8
Article   Boones Mill, Va Train #22 is standing at station 08/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 8
Article   J. A. Pilcher Passes on . . . 08/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 9
Article   Biggest Coal Show Held at Bluefield 09/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 9
Article   Small Town Junction 09/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 9
Article   Weed-Killing "Special" 09/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 26 No 9
Article   The Freedom Train Returns 09/01/1948    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 1
Article   38,615 People preview the New Powhatan Arrow 01/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 1
Article   Quote: We Like It! 01/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 1
Article   Crewe's First Children 01/01/1950 Phenix, Tyler  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 10
Article   Our "Re-Decorating Department" 10/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 10
Article   Overnight Train - London - Paris 10/01/1950 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 11
Article   Our New General Storehouse 11/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 11
Article   Portsmouth Shop Men Build New Coal Cars 11/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 11
Article   Making Paper at Chillicothe 11/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 12
Article   A Day at the Roanoke Passenger Station 12/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 12
Article   Wytheville Family Enterprise Celebrates 75th Anniversary 12/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 2
Article   New Coal-Burning Electric Power Plant At Riverton 02/01/1950 Phenix, Tyler  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 2
Article   General William Mahone Frederick J. Kimball and others 02/01/1950 Smith, R. H.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 3
Article   Their Fingers Control Rolling Tons 04/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1949 05/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 6
Article   New Class J Locomotive Completed 06/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 6
Article   New Interlocking System at Roanoke Expedites Train Movement 06/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 7
Article   New Elkhorn Tunnel Opened for Trafic 06/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 7
Article   N. & W. to Build New Switchers and 1,000 Additional Coal Cars 07/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 7
Article   Fort Lee 07/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 7
Article   Roanoke Shops Foundry Makes Big Casting . . . 07/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 8
Article   New Process Cuts N.& W. Timber Drying From Months to Hours 08/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 9
Article   Tenth Biennial Coal Show held at Bluefield 09/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 9
Article   A ride on the "Tri-State Limited" 09/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 28 No 9
Article   Found: Original Petition for City Point Railroad 09/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 1
Article   Motive Power Office Building Improvements are Completed 01/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 1
Article   Santa Cheers Christmas Travellers 01/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 1
Article   New Facilities at Petersburg Improve Shop and Yard Operation 01/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 1
Article   "More Power to America" Special Visits N.&W. Cities 01/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 10
Article   N. & W. Piers Feed Coal to the World 10/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 10
Article   A Day with a Signal Construction Force 10/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 10
Article   Roanoke Shopes Landmark Is Torn Down 10/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 11
Article   Large Scale Improvements now underway on Pocahontas Division Main Line 11/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 11
Article   A Chemical Industry Build on Salt 11/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 11
Article   Fifteen More Switching Locomotives Will Be Built at Roanoke Shops 11/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 11
Article   Most Photographed Locomotive Is Rolling Up Its Second Million Miles 11/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 12
Article   Backdoor Salesmen Of the Railroad 12/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 12
Article   A History of the Clinch Valley Line 12/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 12
Article   Christmas along "Memory Road" 12/01/1951 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 2
Article   Making Crackers by the Carload 02/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 2
Article   New N&W Facilites at Williamson Now in Service 02/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 2
Article   How a Magazine Correspondent Gets the News 02/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 2
Article   New Telephone System installed at Portsmouth 02/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 3
Article   "Operation Iron Lungs" 03/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 3
Article   World's Smallest Public Railway 03/01/1951 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1950 05/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 5
Article   N.&W. Will make 3 1/2 Million-Dollar Road Improvements on Pocahontas Division 05/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 6
Article   Welcome to Lonestar 06/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 6
Article   Unique Coaling Station at Bluefield? 06/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 7
Article   The N.&W. Cromers 07/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 7
Article   Lone Star Makes First Shipments of Cement 07/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 7
Article   N. & W. Passenger Station Cited For Outstanding Design 07/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 8
Article   How The Railway Timetables Got Its Start 08/01/1951 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 29 No 8
Article   Our Modern "Work Horses" . . . and how they Work 08/01/1951    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 1
Article   Ceredo-Kenova 01/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 1
Article   New Underpass at Norfolk Is Opened 01/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   A Century of Service to Roanoke 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   Lime Town, U. S. A. 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   Big Crowd Enjoys Shenandoah Valley Excursion 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   John Robin McDaniel 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   New Service Speeds Oil Shipments through Port of Norfolk 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 11
Article   Ohio River Bridge at Kenova is Repared Under Traffic 11/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 12
Article   Line and Grade Improvements on Pocahontas Division Virtually Completed 12/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 12
Article   Winter Railroading is Rugged in Switzerland 12/01/1952 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 2
Article   Switching Fast Freight at Portsmouth? 02/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 4
Article   N. & W. Phtographers. And their new Laboratory 04/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 5
Article   Our Railroad in 1951 05/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 5
Article   New Division Office Building at Crewe 05/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 6
Article   Bluefield Coal Show Displays Industrial Progress 06/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 6
Article   Ohio Rail Fans Enjoy N. & W. Tour 06/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 6
Article   N. & W. Authorizes Construction of New Locomotives and Freight Cars 06/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 7
Article   The Great Dismal Swamp 07/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 8
Article   Serving our Customers at Pulaski 08/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 8
Article   Du Pont Celebrates 150th Anniversary 08/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 8
Article   Locomotive Model Attracts Interest 08/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 9
Article   A Big Little Railroad 09/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 9
Article   Norfolk and Western is Measured for Clearances 09/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 9
Article   "Jaycee Starliner" Makes Maiden Run 09/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 30 No 9
Article   Work on Bluefield Yard Enlargement Is well under way 09/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 1
Article   N. & W. Completes Line to serve new Atomic Plant 01/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 1
Article   N. & W. Folk in Columbus 01/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 1
Article   A Ride on the 601 01/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 1
Article   Unusual Railroad to be Built 01/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 10
Article   Hagerstown Railroad Gateway 10/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 10
Article   What is an Impact Register? 10/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 11
Article   The Chemical Industry 11/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 12
Article   A Day at the Roanoke Freight Station 12/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 12
Article   N. & W. Is Host to a King and Queen 12/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 12
Article   The Midnight Sun Express 12/01/1953 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 12
Article   New Rail Service Improves Shipment of Plasterboard 12/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 2
Article   Railway Mourns passing of C. H. Tabor 02/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 2
Article   Radford Salutes Norfolk And Western 02/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 2
Article   H. C. Wyatt is Appointed Vice President and General Manager 02/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 2
Article   New Engine Terminal Facilities at Bluefield 02/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 3
Article   New Coaling Station at Bluefield 03/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 3
Article   Bluefield Yard Enlargement Progresses 03/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 3
Article   N. & W. Now Operates Trains by C. T. C. on 166 miles of Shendoah Division 03/01/1952    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 4
Article   Our Railroad in 1952 04/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 4
Article   R. G. Henley Retires 04/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 5
Article   Firebrick 05/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 5
Article   Durham's Centennial 05/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 6
Article   The "Norfolk and Ohio" 06/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 7
Article   Portsmouth's New Engine Terminal Completed 07/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 7
Article   Making Masonry Cement 07/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 7
Article   Tweetsie Runs Again On the Nations Newest Railroad 07/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 8
Article   California Jamboree 08/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 8
Article   Roanoke Shops Men Make New Riveting Device 08/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 8
Article   "A Place for Everything. Everything in its Place" 08/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 9
Article   Gateways for World Trade 09/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 9
Article   Six Million People have seen N. & W. Movies 09/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 31 No 9
Article   Rare Booklet Describes N. & W. Territory in 1887 09/01/1953    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 1
Article   Heavy Shipment Moves Over N. & W. 01/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 10
Article   N. & W.'s Recently Enlarged Grain Elevator Handles Increased Business 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 10
Article   A Day with the Teays Shifter 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 10
Article   Railroads Still Carry Bulk of U. S. Mail 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 10
Article   900 Rail Fans Enjoy Train Trip to Shenandoah Valley 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 10
Article   First N. & W. Train West of Elkhorn Tunnel. . . 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 11
Article   Traffic Control. What It Is and How It Works On Our Railroad 10/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 12
Article   Testing "Jawn Henry" 12/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 12
Article   N. & W. Acquires Chesapeake Western Railway . . . 12/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 12
Article   N. & W. Prepares for Christmas Mail 12/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 2
Article   From Coal to Kilowatts 02/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 2
Article   Grain Elevator Improvement are Well Under Way 02/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 2
Article   "N. & W. Night" at Pulaski 02/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   Roanoke City and County Welcome General Electric Company 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   New Paint Line at Roanoke Shops Expedites Delivery of Freight Cars 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   Operation: Dining Cars 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   Renewing The Road of Steel 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   Powerful Floating Crane Now Serves N. & W. Piers at Norfolk 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   The Farmer's Partner - Fertilizer 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 3
Article   Locomotives Pass Two Millionth Mileposts 03/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 4
Article   Our Railroad in 1953 04/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 4
Article   Pocahontas Fuel Invests Twenty Million in Coal's Future 04/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 4
Article   Ground is Broken for New General Electric Plant at Waynesboro 04/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 4
Article   Another Heavy Shipment 04/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 5
Article   Mechanized Ballasting Force Works a Mile a Day 05/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 5
Article   Lone Star Improvements Increase Output by 50 Per Cent 05/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 6
Article   Locomotive 2300 06/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 6
Article   Bluefield Coal Show Typifies Industry's Enterprise 06/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 7
Article   New Yard Facilities at Bluefield 07/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 7
Article   Grading Started on New General Electric Plant Site. . . 07/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 7
Article   Large Transformer Carried By N. & W. . . . 07/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 8
Article   The Arrow's "Public Relations Men" 08/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 8
Article   Our New Station at Front Royal 08/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 8
Article   Facts about our Railroad. . . Norfolk and Western Freight Cars 08/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 8
Article   "Rail Detective" - Sperry Rail Service 08/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 9
Article   There's "Precision Transportaion" in a Ford 09/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 9
Article   200 Years A-Growing 09/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 32 No 9
Article   Dr. Lambie Completes History of N. & W. Coal Traffic 09/01/1954    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 1
Article   Off with the Old - Ready for the New - In 30 Minutes 01/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 1
Article   The Fortifications at High Bridge 01/01/1950    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 10
Article   From Carpet Tacks to Locomotive Frames 10/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 10
Article   N. & W. To Inaugurate Service November 14, TrucTrain 10/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 11
Article   N. & W. Announces Large Orders For New Equipment 11/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 11
Article   Walton Furnace 11/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 11
Article   Koppers Company Opens New Wood-Treating Plant Near Salem 11/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 11
Article   Class "A" Locomotive of An Earlier Day . . . 11/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 12
Article   N. & W. Launches TrucTrain Service 12/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 12
Article   Some Thought it Couldn't Be Done But . . They did it! 12/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 12
Article   Charles F. Kettering, Famous Inventor and Scientist, Rides N. & W. 's "Jawn Henry" 12/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 2
Article   Making Steel the Portsmouth Way 02/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 2
Article   Our Longest Shipment 02/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 3
Article   New Engine Terminal at Bluefield 03/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 4
Article   Our Railroad in 1954 04/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 4
Article   Hotel Roanoke Opens New Addition 04/01/1955    
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 4
Article   Lynchburg, Station Then and Now . . 04/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 5
Article   N. & W. Folks in Cincinnati 05/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 5
Article   Big Girder Erected. . . 05/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 5
Article   European Railroads Will Provide Through Service Over Most of Contient this Summer 05/01/1955 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 6
Article   Improved Coal Classification Facilities at Portsmouth 06/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 7
Article   24 Hours at Roanoke's 16th Street Yard Office 07/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 7
Article   Making the Old as Good as New 07/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 8
Article   Bread and Butter Branch 08/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 8
Article   New Freight Car Shop Facilities at Roanoke 08/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 8
Article   The Romance of Rainhill 08/01/1955 Stead, Arthur L.  
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 9
Article   Our Modern Wheel Shop 09/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 9
Article   Pocahontas No. 1 "Retires" 09/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 33 No 9
Article   Channel Changes Eliminate Four Bridges on Pocahontas Division 09/01/1955    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 36 No 1
Article Vol 36 No 1 Walton Tower
Lots of photos and info on Walton Tower operation
01/01/1958    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 2
Article Vol 37 No 2 Mining Copper on the N&W
Ore Knob Mine Near Our Abingdon Branch is Producing Hundreds of Tons of Ore Daily for shipment over our railroad
02/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 3
Article Vol 37 No 3 We Cover the Railroad
N. & W. Employees and Customers on the Radford Division
03/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 3
Article Vol 37 No 3 N. & W. Locomotive moves to New Home
Class E2a #578 moves to Ohio Railway Railway Museum
03/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 3
Article Vol 37 No 3 N. & W. Locomotives Furnish Steam For Steam Plant...
Two N&W loco's furnish steam at Armco Steel Corp in Middletown, OH before being scrapped.
03/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 3
Picture Vol 37 No 3 Big Stony Railway loco #1
Photo of Big Stony Ry Co. 4-6-0 #1, dated 9/5/1895
03/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 4
Article Vol 37 No 4 Ultra Modern Plant for Processing Coal
New Moss #3 Coal Prep Facilities on our Dumps Creek Branch
04/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 4
Article Vol 37 No 4 New Grain-Handling Facilities at Norfolk 04/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 4
Article Vol 37 No 4 New Yard Facilities at Hopewell... 04/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 5
Article Vol 37 No 5 Clinch Valley Folks Throng N. & W. Trains On Last Runs
Last runs of #5 & #6 on Clinch Valley between Bluefield & Norton on 4/4/1959
05/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 6
Article Vol 37 No 6 The Electrical Giant at Carbo
450MegaWatt APCO plant on Clinch River at Carbo
06/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 37 No 6
Article Vol 37 No 6 N. & W. Stockholers Approve Merger at Annual Meeting
Stockholders approve proposed merge of the VGN & N&W
06/01/1959    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 1
Article   Coal Pier 6 Begins Operation 01/01/1963    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 1
Article   Coal Pier 4 is Retired 01/01/1963    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 1
Article   New General Cargo Pier 01/01/1963    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 2
Article   Pipe For Panama Canal . . . 02/01/1963    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 3
Article   More New Freight Cars Ordered 03/01/1963    
 
NW Magazine
Vol 41 No 3
Article   Passenger Train Of The Nineties . . . 03/01/1963