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When Steam Ran the Clinchfield

by James A. Goforth

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Published by Overmountain Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trains & railways: general interest,
  • Transportation,
  • General,
  • Railroads - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8698223M
    ISBN 101570720290
    ISBN 109781570720291
    OCLC/WorldCa54010121

    After an incredible peak in traffic around , train movements on the Clinchfield had been on a slow, steady decline. In , rumors began to circulate that CSX was considering some draconian changes to operations on the Clinchfield.   As general manager for Erwin, Tennessee-based Clinchfield Railroad, Thomas D. Moore found an eighty-six-year-old vintage ten-wheeler steam engine&#;the Clinchfield No. 1. Miraculously, the engine had escaped the cutter's torch when, in the mids, the railroad retired its steam Brand: History Press, The.

    Get a copy of Jim Goforth's book "When Steam Ran The Clinchfield" First edition printed in and the second in A soft back book printed by Gem Publishing, PO Box , Erwin, TN. Book Description Arcadia Publishing, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. As general manager for Erwin, Tennessee-based Clinchfield Railroad, Thomas D. Moore found an eighty-six-year-old vintage ten-wheeler steam engine--the Clinchfield /5.

    The Clinchfield No. 1 leads an excursion in The famed steam locomotive was used for hundreds of excursions from until and visited seven states from her Erwin, Tenn., base with the. The line merged with the Seaboard Coast Line in and became part of CSX Corporation on 1 July The Clinchfield was famous for the " Santa Claus Special," a special train that ran the Saturday after Thanksgiving to distribute Christmas presents to children of Appalachia who lived along the line. This tradition has continued under CSX.


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Goforth (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2). When Steam Ran the Clinchfield - James A. Goforth - Google Books During the steam era, a total of locomotives saw service on the Clinchfield, ranging from the ton to the ton 5/5(1).

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When Steam Ran the Clinchfield 2Rev Ed edition by James A. Goforth Published January 1, by Overmountain Press. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for When Steam Ran the Clinchfield at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

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1 (Special Edition) $Seller Rating: % positive. From the late s through the s, Clinchfield No. 1 was truly “the little engine that could.”.

The Clinchfield is remembered for is its famous "Santa Claus Special" that debuted in from encouragement from several Kingsport businessmen and ran the length of the Clinchfield's main line between Elkhorn City and Kingsport, Tennessee handing out gifts to the children along the arters: Erwin, Tennessee.

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1: Tennessee’s Legendary Steam Engine is a follow-up to last year’s The One & Only: A Pictorial History of the Clinchfield No. 1, published by MASproduction and available on The following is a partial look at Chapter 7, titled “The Hatcher Brothers.” ••••• Ed runs.

George fires. As general manager for Erwin, Tennessee-based Clinchfield Railroad, Thomas D. Moore found an eighty-six-year-old vintage ten-wheeler steam engine--the Clinchfield No. Miraculously, the engine had escaped the cutter's torch when, in the mids, the railroad retired its steam fleet, shuttered passenger service and embraced the diesel era/5(17).

When Steam Ran the Clinchfield  by James Goforth has several photos of double-headed trains, including merchandise trains. In Goforth’s book, the most dramatic evidence of pusher service is a photograph on page of a southbound coal train with L-1 Mallet No as pusher.

"Filled with photographs, maps, schedules, copies of letters, diagrams, and other documents, this is a valuable source of information for researches and rail enthusiasts" When Steam Ran The Clinchfield, by James A.

GoforthSoft cover book is in like new condition. No markings of any kind, no bent pages. With the 75 th anniversary running of CSX’s Clinchfield Railroad Santa Train on Nov. 18 just a few days away, it’s a good time to review the Clinchfield story in print.

Several great books have been put together about the Clinchfield, a regional railroad built to outstanding engineering standards through some of the most difficult terrain of the Appalachian Mountains. Here's one of the first Clinchfield engines. This little guy came second-hand I think from one of the Pennsylvania Railroad subsidiaries.

Read all about it in James Goforth's book "When Steam Ran the Clinchfield," published by our local printer, Overmountain dapper young engineer I understand to be Ross Jones. Clinchfield Country is the land of articulated steam.

These large locomotives used a lot of coal. The Clinchfield needed a way to fill it's coaling towers as fast as it was emptying them. Coaling trestles were ramps used to dump coal cars directly into the tops of their coaling towers.

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