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[[Category:Historic Structures and Sites]]
 
[[Category:Historic Structures and Sites]]
  
The Railroad Station Historical Society (RSHS) has been compiling lists of passenger, freight, and combination railroad, trolley, and interurban depots; interurban substations, power houses, shops, and carbarns; railroad interlocking and signal towers, railroad enginehouses, roundhouses, and shop buildings: water tanks; coaling docks; bridges, trestles, tunnels and other structures serving railroads and electric railways for over thirty years. Because these structures are disappearing quickly, the RSHS provides an online guide to surviving structures.
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The [[Railroad Station Historical Society]] (RSHS) has been compiling lists of passenger, freight, and combination railroad, trolley, and interurban depots; interurban substations, power houses, shops, and carbarns; railroad interlocking and signal towers, railroad enginehouses, roundhouses, and shop buildings: water tanks; coaling docks; bridges, trestles, tunnels and other structures serving railroads and electric railways for over thirty years. Because these structures are disappearing quickly, the RSHS provides an online guide to surviving structures.
  
 
'''Visit the site: [http://www.rrshs.org/W.V./wvrrstruc.htm Extant West Virginia Railroad Structures]'''
 
'''Visit the site: [http://www.rrshs.org/W.V./wvrrstruc.htm Extant West Virginia Railroad Structures]'''

Latest revision as of 01:47, 9 November 2004


The Railroad Station Historical Society (RSHS) has been compiling lists of passenger, freight, and combination railroad, trolley, and interurban depots; interurban substations, power houses, shops, and carbarns; railroad interlocking and signal towers, railroad enginehouses, roundhouses, and shop buildings: water tanks; coaling docks; bridges, trestles, tunnels and other structures serving railroads and electric railways for over thirty years. Because these structures are disappearing quickly, the RSHS provides an online guide to surviving structures.

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