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The May 25, 1912 edition of ''Coal Age'' featured an article on the coal unloading terminal of the Virginian Railway at Sewalls Point, located 7 miles down the Elizabeth River from  Norfolk, Virginia, which was then one of the largest coaling ports in North America. The articles include two photographs of the facility.  
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The May 25, 1912 edition of ''Coal Age'' included an article on the coal unloading terminal of the Virginian Railway at Sewalls Point, which was located 7 miles down the Elizabeth River from  Norfolk, Virginia. The Virginian's Sewalls Point facility was then one of the largest coaling ports in North America. The article featured two photographs of the operation.  
  
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=h35NAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA1077 download a PDF of this article].
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=h35NAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA1077 download a PDF of this article].

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The May 25, 1912 edition of Coal Age included an article on the coal unloading terminal of the Virginian Railway at Sewalls Point, which was located 7 miles down the Elizabeth River from Norfolk, Virginia. The Virginian's Sewalls Point facility was then one of the largest coaling ports in North America. The article featured two photographs of the operation.

Visit Google Books to download a PDF of this article.