Annual reports (1954-1956) and financial records of the Clinchfield Railroad Company. Financial records include operating reports (1956) and ledgers of unexpended balances on work authorized (1949-1955).
The Clinchfield Railroad connected the coalfields of Virginia and Elkhorn City, Kentucky with the textile mills of South Carolina. It began operating on December 1, 1924, and was long jointly leased by the Atlantic Coast Line (ACL) Railroad and Louisville and Nashville Railroad. The ACL became the Seaboard Coast Line and merged with L&N in 1983. The line is now part of CSX Transportation.
Clinchfield Railroad Company records, 2021_042. University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections.
Clinchfield Railroad Company records, 2021_042. University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections. https://archivescatalog.library.louisville.edu/repositories/2/resources/1185 Accessed July 29, 2021.