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Campbell's Creek Railroad
The Campbell's Creek Railroad was a primarily coal-hauling short line in West Virginia running from Reed (Port Amherst) to Putney. On January 16, 1901 the Campbell's Creek Railroad was incorporated as a subsidiary of the Campbell's Creek Coal Company. The company discontinued operations in 1962.
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An Electro-Motive artist's rendering of Campbell's Creek Railroad EMD SW-9 No. 13.
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