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CSX2198
CSX2198
  • Author: ex127so Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-23 14:53:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°0'39"N - 77°22'10"W
  • CSX local D794 spots two loads of dimensional lumber and three cars of plywood at Hoover Universal Wood Products at Milford, VA on Oct. 23, 2019 with GP40-2's No's. 6280 and 6149. Hoover treats lumber with preservative and fire retardent protection at the plant. They were an important customer back as far as the 1980's, in my RF&P days, and thankfully remain one for CSX today.
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Caroline County Courthouse, Bowling Green, VA (2)
Caroline County Courthouse, Bowling Green, VA (2)
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-06 10:41:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°3'3"N - 77°20'49"W
  • **Caroline County Courthouse** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 73001999, date listed 19730525 Main St. and Court House Lane Bowling Green, VA (Caroline County) The Caroline County Courthouse was erected in the early 1830s to replace a courthouse that stood nearby. The architecturally sophisticated structure, located in the Bowling Green Historic District, is distinguished by its bold Tuscan pediment and arcaded ground floor. Because of the loss of county records, the exact construction date and designer are not known, but the building’s similarity to the Madison and Page County courthouses, both erected by master builders William B. Phillips and Malcolm F. Crawford, has led to the attribution of the Caroline courthouse to them. Phillips and Crawford had been employed by Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia where they became proficient in the classical vocabulary. They subsequently built numerous public buildings and houses throughout the state. Caroline’s courthouse is believed to be the county’s sixth courthouse. The interior underwent a modified restoration to its original configuration in the early 1970s. (1) Built around 1830, the Caroline County Court House in Bowling Green is a brick two-story temple-form building, in Thomas Jefferson's Roman Revival style. (2) References (1) VA Dept of Historic Resources www.dhr.virginia.gov/historic-registers/171-0003/ (2) NRHP Nomination Form www.dhr.virginia.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/171-0003_...
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Caroline County Courthouse, Bowling Green, VA
Caroline County Courthouse, Bowling Green, VA
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-06 10:40:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°3'3"N - 77°20'49"W
  • **Caroline County Courthouse** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 73001999, date listed 19730525 Main St. and Court House Lane Bowling Green, VA (Caroline County) The Caroline County Courthouse was erected in the early 1830s to replace a courthouse that stood nearby. The architecturally sophisticated structure, located in the Bowling Green Historic District, is distinguished by its bold Tuscan pediment and arcaded ground floor. Because of the loss of county records, the exact construction date and designer are not known, but the building’s similarity to the Madison and Page County courthouses, both erected by master builders William B. Phillips and Malcolm F. Crawford, has led to the attribution of the Caroline courthouse to them. Phillips and Crawford had been employed by Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia where they became proficient in the classical vocabulary. They subsequently built numerous public buildings and houses throughout the state. Caroline’s courthouse is believed to be the county’s sixth courthouse. The interior underwent a modified restoration to its original configuration in the early 1970s. (1) Built around 1830, the Caroline County Court House in Bowling Green is a brick two-story temple-form building, in Thomas Jefferson's Roman Revival style. (2) References (1) VA Dept of Historic Resources www.dhr.virginia.gov/historic-registers/171-0003/ (2) NRHP Nomination Form www.dhr.virginia.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/171-0003_...
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Confederate War Monument, Bowling Green, VA
Confederate War Monument, Bowling Green, VA
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-06 10:39:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°3'3"N - 77°20'49"W
  • **Bowling Green Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 3000439, date listed 20030522 Roughly along and bounded by Bowling Green Bypass, Broadus Ave., Lakewood Rd., N. Main St., and Paige Rd. Bowling Green, VA (Caroline County) Located at the intersection of U.S. Route 301 and State Route 207, the Bowling Green Historic District defines the historic core of Bowling Green, a small town in Caroline County, Virginia, forty miles north of Richmond. For two centuries it has thrived as the seat of county government and as a strategic regional crossroad, but slow and stable development has preserved its nineteenth-century architectural fabric. The most significant non-architectural structure in the district is a war memorial. The Confederate Monument, with a statue of a Confederate soldier, was dedicated in 1906, and is located directly in front of the courthouse. Recently it was joined on the courthouse green by the small Caroline Veterans Memorial. (pg 15) (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form www.dhr.virginia.gov/VLR_to_transfer/PDFNoms/171-5001_Bow...
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Historic Jail, Bowling Green, VA
Historic Jail, Bowling Green, VA
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-06 10:42:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°3'2"N - 77°20'48"W
  • **Bowling Green Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 3000439, date listed 20030522 Roughly along and bounded by Bowling Green Bypass, Broadus Ave., Lakewood Rd., N. Main St., and Paige Rd. Bowling Green, VA (Caroline County) Located at the intersection of U.S. Route 301 and State Route 207, the Bowling Green Historic District defines the historic core of Bowling Green, a small town in Caroline County, Virginia, forty miles north of Richmond. For two centuries it has thrived as the seat of county government and as a strategic regional crossroad, but slow and stable development has preserved its nineteenth-century architectural fabric. South of the courthouse, at 119 N. Main St., is the old jail. This imposing two-story brick building with tall hipped roof was built in a Colonial Revival style, with corbelled brick cornice above a belt course, and windows with an unusual decorative treatment of their segmental arches. It served as the county jail until 1968, when it was converted to use as an historical museum. It stands on the site of an earlier jail that was destroyed by the fire of 1900. A low one-story brick building with gable roof and continuous arcade, added in the 1950s, provides additional office space and links the courthouse with the records office and jail. (pg 13) (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form www.dhr.virginia.gov/VLR_to_transfer/PDFNoms/171-5001_Bow...
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Milf Meet
Milf Meet
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-29 10:06:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°1'13"N - 77°22'26"W
  • Local D794-29 is met by Q415-28 at MD tower, which is Milford, Va.
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Caroline County Veterans Memorial, Bowling Green, VA
Caroline County Veterans Memorial, Bowling Green, VA
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-06 10:38:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°3'4"N - 77°20'50"W
  • Bowling Green, VA (Caroline County) For Those Who Fought For It, Freedom Has A Taste The Protected Will Never Know."
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D794-31 at Hoover
D794-31 at Hoover
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-31 14:23:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°0'39"N - 77°22'18"W
  • Again, you have to take advantage; A tardy D794-31 shoves a couple of lumber cars off into Hoover at Milford, Va.
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D794-06 at MD Tower
D794-06 at MD Tower
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-06 14:42:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°1'2"N - 77°22'25"W
  • D794-06 is at Milford interlocking, home of MD tower lurking in the brush near the signal bridge. CTC came to the RF&P relatively soon after many of the interlocking towers had been rebuilt. The towers still standing have sat unmanned for much longer than they had an operator postup inside several times by now.
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Bad Moon on the Right
Bad Moon on the Right
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-11-17 15:51:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°0'39"N - 77°22'18"W
  • Or is it "bathroom on the right?" Either way, the moon is on the rise as the sun sets on D794-17 working Hoover Treated Wood Products off the Milford Lead.
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Reflections at Hoover
Reflections at Hoover
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-11-17 15:52:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°0'39"N - 77°22'18"W
  • D794-17's power reflects in a pool of rainwater that typically collects near the bottom of the Hoover lead at Milford, Va. Hoover Treated Wood Products is one of three active customers on the Milford lead located at milepost 36 on the RF&P Sub. These days, D794 is tasked with working these industries on their northbound trip towards Fredericksburg, daily. An early on-duty time usually means absolutely unusable lighting during the time spent inside Milford. However, lack of rested conductors on this Saturday resulted in a later on-duty time. By the time D794 got to Milford, the moon was already in the sky and the sun setting, allowing for this lucky shot.
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The 6149
The 6149
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-11-17 15:52:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°0'39"N - 77°22'18"W
  • GP40-2 #6149 was built as B&O #4250 in Feb, 1977. It was part of a 10-unit order, the first group of Chessie GP40-2s to include anitclimbers and 88" noses.
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Q415 at MD Tower
Q415 at MD Tower
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-25 09:10:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°1'2"N - 77°22'25"W
  • Q415 passes by MD Tower at Milford, Va. This tower was never manned by an operator, as the RF&P was CTC'd before it's completion. JP Nelson and CB Lemmert are less than 40 miles from tying up.
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All Red at MD
All Red at MD
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-25 08:48:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°1'2"N - 77°22'25"W
  • All northbound signals are red at Milford, but there's still a bit of activity looming: D794, the Acca-Fredericbsburg local is behind me on the siding; the Sperry car is just beyond the horizon on track two, and a southbound freight is calling the next signal on track three. MD tower still stands, like it has for almost 70 years. Interestingly, it was built but never manned by an operator. The RF&P was ctc'd early on.
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Long Hood Forward
Long Hood Forward
  • Author: Fr8engineer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-25 08:48:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°1'2"N - 77°22'25"W
  • GP38-2 #2788 leads long hood forward on D794-25, as it waits in the siding at Milford for a light back onto the main.
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