North Carolina Railroads - Norfolk & Southern Railway

Acronym

Year Chartered or Incorporated

Year Line Operational

Year Service Ended

Original Starting Point

Original Ending Point

N&SR

1891

1891

1910*

Washington, NC Berkely, VA New Bern, NC Washington, NC Raleigh, NC Mackeys, NC Morehead City

Plymouth, NC Edenton, NC Oriental, NC Bridgeton, NC Zebulon, NC Belhaven, NC Beaufort, NC
* 1910 reorganized as the Norfolk Southern Railroad (2nd).
Was the Norfolk Southern Railroad (1st), in receivership in 1908.

+ 1906 - Merged in the Virginia & Carolina Coast Railroad.

+ 1906 - Acquired the Beaufort & Western Railroad.

+ 1906 - Acquired the Raleigh & Pamlico Sound Railway.

+ 1906 - Acquired the Pamlico, Oriental & Western Railroad.

+ 1904 - Acquired the Washington & Plymouth Railroad.

Towns on Route (in NC):

Line #1 - Washington to Plymouth:

Plymouth

Pinetown (1894)

Washington

Line #2 - Berkely, VA to Edenton, NC:

NC/VA State Line

Moyock

Snowden

Shawboro

Gregory

Belcross

Camden C.H. > Camden (1892)

Elizabeth City

Pasquotank (1903-1905)

Ohisko

Chapanoke

Winfall

Hertford

Edenton

Line #3 - New Bern to Oriental:

Newbern > New Bern (1918)

Bridgeton (1908)

Reelsboro (1891)

Grantsboro

Alliance

Bayboro

Stonewall

Oriental

Towns on Route:

Line #4 - Washington to Bridgeton:

Washington

Chocowinity

Wilmar (1913-1917)

Vanceboro

Askin > Ernul (1919)

Bridgeton (1908)

Line #5 - Raleigh to Zebulon:

Raleigh

Knightdale (1908)

Eagle Rock

Wendell

Zebulon (1907)

Line #6 - Mackeys Ferry to Belhaven:

Mackeys Ferry > Mackeys (1913)

Roper

Wenona (1913)

Bishop (1894)

Pantego

Belleport > Belhaven (1898)

Line #7 - Morehead City to Beaufort:

Morehead City

Beaufort



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