Early Railroad Logo
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Fri Jun 18 17:18:54 EDT 2021
I believe you are correct. We don't have many New River Railroad drawings
in the collection and this is the first time I have seen the logo. I did
find a "New River Rail Road" letter head in the archives collection but
there is no logo:
I have also seen them referred to as "New River RR, Mining & Manufacturing
Company". In Princes book (Page 44) he has in parentheses New River RR so I
guess they went by the long and short names.
Wikipedia shows it as "New River Mining and Railroad Company".
Thanks for id info on the logo!
- Roger Link
On Fri, Jun 18, 2021 at 12:31 PM NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org>
> Given the context, I'm guessing that is the logo for the New River
> Railroad, predecessor to the N&W's extension down the New River to Glen Lyn.
> Grant Carpenter
> On 6/17/2021 10:17 AM, NW Mailing List wrote:
> While working at archives we entered an early natural resources map (ore,
> coal, etc.) showing AM&O (Shows Mississippi & Ohio Railroad which is
> assumed to be a truncated AM&O name) from just west of Roanoke to Glade
> spring. Map is untitled with no date. There are two versions of the drawing
> and on the blueprint version there is a "stacked" railroad logo.
> It appears to show either "RN RR Co." or "NR RR Co.". Anyone have any
> ideas of the name / history of this railroad?
> Blueprint Drawing:
> Line Drawing:
> - Roger
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