By Robert J. Yanosey
Originally published in 1988 and long since sold out, Tidewater Triangle is 1960s diesel railroading at its best. The imaginary three-part line connecting Norfolk and Richmond, VA to Raleigh, NC, and back to Norfolk is the "Tidewater Triangle" where railroading once flourished under the banners of about a dozen great lines. Featuring the Tidewater-bound coal conveyor main lines of the Chesapeake & Ohio and Norfolk & Western; the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line, and Southern Railway; homegrown short lines such as the Norfolk Franklin & Danville, Norfolk and Portsmouth Belt Line, and Norfolk Southern Railway; and the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac and Penn Central!
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