The Railroad serving Christiansville. The Raleigh News (Raleigh, NC) 03 Jul 1874, Fri, p1
in of "W.i, ip vote wu large has his the He Of-fi Of-fi . 1 A. tnat well send for a catalogue. TWxtt Tin A NoKE V ALLEY RAILROAD A committee of gentlemen from Mecklenburg, Virginia, composed of rflMr Ttaskerville. Harriss, Pas- Pas- chall and others, have been in consultation consultation for the past two days with the Board of Directors of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad, for the purpose of thp. eo-ooeration eo-ooeration eo-ooeration of that road in the rebuilding of the Roanoke Valley Road from the junction, ou vl. At. a. R. R.. to Clarks ville, in Mecklenburg county, Va., a distance 9A miles. This road passes through a most wealthy portion of Granville and Meckienuurg, tapping tt,0 Rrtonoke atClarksville andopen- andopen- n a nnnntrv that has been for many years struggling to obtain an n.iit. tn the Richmond & Danville t?o,i ThA road was in operation Qowrnl vears before the war, but the iron was taken up by government orders and used to complete the Pied-f Pied-f Pied-f Hmnnh between Danville and Greensboro for the use of the Con-fnAnrorxr Con-fnAnrorxr Con-fnAnrorxr We learn that the inters -r?or -r?or between the committee and the Board of Directors was of a most satisfactory satisfactory character, and that the Rbandke Valley road will be rebuilt at an early day.