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 Image   Title   Description   Collection   Number   Document 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   View of Newport News and Harbor, Va. Northwestern view of Coal Piers #2 and #3, front of warehouse on Pier 4, and Warwick Hotel in right mid-frame from top front of grain elevator. Note farm in lower right foreground. Color-tinted, one-half frame, RPPC published by Detroit Publishing Co., No. 8705 (pre-1907). Un-divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37407 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   [Close-up] Newport News and Harbor, Va. View of Passenger Station, Coal Piers #2 and #3, front of warehouse on Pier 4. Color-tinted, RPPC published by Detroit Publishing Co. (pallet logo), No. 8705 (pre-1907). Un-divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37408 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Whale Back Bay - Port Loading at Coal Pier, Newport News, Va. Bow-on, port side view. Color-tinted RPPC published by A. C. Bosselman & Co., New York, No. 6315. Made in Germany. Divided back, postmark 1909. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37409 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Glimpse of the C. & O. Coal Piers, Loading Whaleback Barges, Newport News, Va. Stern-on, port side view. Color-tinted, white border RPPC published by Louis Kaufmann & Sons, Baltimore, MD., No. 28344. Made in U.S.A. Divided back, postmark 1919. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37410 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   C. & O. Pier, Newport News, Va. Southeast view of waterside end of merchandise Pier #4, grain elevators in background, taken from the end of Coal Pier #3. Color-tinted RPPC, No. R-26328. Publisher and printer not indicated. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37411 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   The Piers, and Water Front Landings, Newport News, Va. Eastern view of C. & O. merchandise pier #4 and grain pier #5 (conveyor shed mounted on top of pier) with grain elevators in background. View from the water. Published by The American News Company, New York, Leipzig-Berlin (& Dresden). Made in Germany in "Litho-Chrome," No. C-1748. Divided back, postmark 1908. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37412 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   C. & O. Terminal Piers, Newport News, Va. Northwesterly view of merchandise Pier #4 in foreground with C&O's S.S. Kanawha at south berth and sister ship at north berth. Sailing ship at coal pier #3 and S.S. Virginia at Pier #1. View from top front of grain elevator. Color-tinted, white border RPPC, published by Detroit Publishing Co., copyright 1905 (pallet logo). Un-divided back (line drawn in), postmark 1911. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37413 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   View of C&O Docks, Newport News, Va. Northerly view of car float transfer pier, merchandise pier #6, grain pier #5 and the river side front of Grain Elevator A. Taken from the top front of Grain Elevator B. Published by The Acmegraph Co., Chicago, No. 13165. Divided back, postmark 1914. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37414 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   C. & O. Grain Elevator, Newport News. Capacity: 1,500,000 Bushels. View of elevator "A" and conveyor shed mounted on top of Pier #5, boxcars on yard tracks. Green tint RPPC published by Souvenir Post Card Co., New York, No. 3625. Un-divided back, postmark 1906. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37415 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   C. & O. Grain Elevator, Newport News, Va. View of elevator "A" and pier. Color-tinted RPPC published by The Photo & Art Postal Card Co., New York, No. 604. Printed in Germany. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37416 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Grain Elevator, Newport News, Va. Northwesterly view of elevator "A" and ship at the head of the south berth of Pier #5. Color-tinted RPPC No. 61324. Photographer, publisher and printer not indicated. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37417 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Unloading Grain at C. & O. R.R. Elevator, Newport News, Va. Northeasterly view of elevator "A" and ship at the north berth of Pier #5. Color-tinted RPPC published by The Leighton & Valentine Co., N.Y. City, No. 215538. Divided back, postmark 1912. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37418 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Newport News, Va., C. & O. Piers and Warehouses - View from Elevator, looking South. Front of merchandise pier #6, tugboats & lighters, car float bridge, merchandise & grain pier #8 with folding gantry crane, and early Pier #9 coal pier. Published by The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME., No. 7915. Made in U.S.A. Divided back, postmark 1910. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37419 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   C. & O. R.R. Grain Elevator and Wharves, Newport News, Va. Eartern view on pier #8 looking toward elevator "A" showing folding gantry crane, car float and tugboats. Color-tinted RPPC published by The Leighton & Valentine Co., N.Y. City, No. 215537. Divided back with writing, but postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37420 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Chesapeake and Ohio Terminal, Newport News, Va. Aerial image of Coal Pier #9 with tugboats, Merchandise Pier #8 with gantry crane, and the car float transfer bridge. Virginia State Chamber #24. Color-tinted, linen, RPPC, published by Dominion News Agency, Newport News, Va., No. 74366. "Tichnor Quality Views" Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Made only by Tichnor Bros. Inc., Boston, Mass. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37421 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   The C. & O. Ry. Co.'s New Coal Pier No. 9, Newport News, Va. Color-tinted, white border RPPC published by Louis Kaufmann & Sons, Baltimore, MD. Made in U.S.A. by Curt Teich & Co. (Chicago) in "C. T. American Art," No. A-52297. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin    COHS   37422 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Newport News, Virginia. Located on Hampton Roads at the mouth of the James River, is a world port and is considered to be one of the finest harbors in the world. It is served by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, whose deep water terminal here is the world's largest single railway terminal. Full color aerial photograph of coal piers with ships and tugboats. Published by Rowe Distributing Co., Norfolk, 9, Va. (pre-1963). Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37423 
 Newport News; Terminal; C&O. Catlin Collection   Chesapeake and Ohio Terminal, Newport News, Va. Southeastern aerial view of Piers #3, #4, #5, #6, #8, Coal Pier #9 (1911), #10 and #15. Color-tinted, linen RPPC (re-touched), published by Dominion News Agency, Newport News, Va., No. 70866. "Tichnor Quality Views" Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Boston, Mass. Divided back, postally unused. C&O Postcard Collection of R. I. Catlin   COHS   37424 
       COHS   37425 
       COHS   37426 
       COHS   37427 
       COHS   37428 
       COHS   37429 
       COHS   37430 
       COHS   37431 
    The marshalling yard at Elk Run Jct. taken on August 4, 1953 by Wally Johnson. Looking north (west on the railroad) towards St. Albans. The 500-ton rectangular concrete coal elevator shows as well as three locomotives. The main part of the yard to the left out of view behind the trees.    COHS   37432 
       COHS   37433 
       COHS   37434 
       COHS   37435 
       COHS   37436 
       COHS   37437 
       COHS   37438 
    This photo shows the huge crowd that gathered along the platform at the Hinton, West Virginia station to see the new Sportsman on its special display tour. Because of its schedule not all got the chance to pass through the train.    COHS   37439 
    C&O Passenger Traffic Manager T. H. Gurney with lovely ladies during one of the stops on the Sportsman’s display tour. Mayors, congressmen, governors, and all the “right people” of society turned out to see the new train.    COHS   37440 
    The Sportsman pauses under the train shed at Main Street Station in Richmond during the first weeks of its operation.    COHS   37441 
    The Sportsman (No. 47), is westbound leaving Williamsburg, Virginia, at the beginning of its long voyage to Detroit on June 18, 1930, just weeks after its inauguration.   COHS   37442 
    Pullman builder's photo of HV club-diner No. 91, built for service on The Sportsman in March, 1930.   COHS   37443 
    End view Pullman builder's photo of HV club-diner No. 91, built for The Sportsman in March, 1930.   COHS   37444 
    Pullman builder's photo of the club section of HV club-diner No. 91, built in March, 1930 for The Sportsman.   COHS   37445 
    This is the interior of the lounge/observation section of the Dixie Springs cars with the conductor lifting tickets and the porter taking orders. Beyond the partition is the sun room which had only six seats and was the replacement for the old open platform.    COHS   37446 
    The Imperial Salon cars were the great new innovation that carried the Sportsman into the public press. Here No. 745, one of the 30 cars that came to C&O in 1930 is seen at Pullman.    COHS   37447 
    The “fabulous” interior of the Imperial Salon cars offered bucket seats arranged in 2-1 configuration, that could be swiveled in an direction. Note that these cars are just before air-conditioning so the clerestory has a series of combination fan-light fixtures.    COHS   37448 
    Interior view of Imperial Salon car showing how single seats could be swiveled.   COHS   37449 
    Interior view of Imperial Salon coach showing how double seats could be swiveled to face each other or the windows.   COHS   37450 
    Interior view of Imperial Salon coach, showing how a desk could be furnished to allow passengers to work, play games, etc.   COHS   37451 
    This official photo was used for many years in C&O ads and was usually identified as The Sportsman, though it could be any train of the early 1930s era.    COHS   37452 
    No. 4, the Sportsman, pauses at Clifton Forge on its trek east in about 1935, coupled to a J-2 4-8-2 Mountain type for the trip over north Mountain and the Blue Ridge to Charlottesville and thence to Washington and Old Point Comfort. By the mid 1930s the train has Cincinnati and Washington sections.   COHS   37453 
    This magnificent scene from September 1936 shows J-3 4-8-4 No. 600, with the typical George Washington cameo, doubleheading with a J-2 Mountain type on the Sportsman (No. 5/47) west of Charlottesville. It must have been a heavy train that day to require the second locomotive. Normally a J-3 could handle 14 cars between Charlottesville and Clifton Forge. W.R. Osborne photo.   COHS   37454 
    FFV No. 3 leaves Huntington with a heavy train in the mid-1930s. A full RPO is tied behind the two express cars and ahead of the combine, about the normal head-end consist of the train through this era.    COHS   37455 
    With a 30-foot apartment RPO/Express car, combined baggage/coach and a coach, local No. 7 blasts along the three-track main at Catlettsburg, Kentucky, in 1936. It left Hinton at 5:30 a.m. and reached Cincinnati at 5:15 p.m. after making 50 regular and flag stops on the New River, Kanawha, and Cincinnati Subdivisions.    COHS   37456 
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