am always on the look-out for any additional information, photographs,
diagrams, maps, charts, and/or documents to aid in making this a
complete information source. What I have posted largely from my
own collection, but that is not near enough to help tell the tale of the
Hocking Valley. I'm also looking for any photos and information
regarding what remains of the Hocking.
If you or someone you know has the
above-mentioned (or maybe even more than that), I will be more than
happy to post it on here for all to enjoy. Anything from 1864
onward to what remains today in the twenty-first century--maybe even
current operations by the succeeding railroads. Your help is
As is customary and right, full credit
will be acknowledged for anything you would like to contribute to this
Thank you all very much!
The Hocking Valley Railway
By Ed Miller
Be sure to get your copy of Mr. Miller's comprehensive print resource of
the Hocking Valley Railway. Click
here to order your copy today!
27 Oct 2008 10:07:38
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