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Two North Carolina Railroad Stations, an ACL restaurant and telegraph office, a REA Building,
Shop Buildings, a Yard Tower, Fuel Tanks, a Railroad Hospital and an Open Shed in
Former Atlantic Coast Line Railroad depot. Now CSX Division Headquarters and Amtrak stop.
Built in 1903, Renovations in 1910, 1916 and 2000
Postcard from the Art Peterson collection, circa 1911. Shows the depot after the wings had been added
but before a third floor was added.
The line off to the left in the branch to Lassiter.
Circa. 1940 postcard from the Eastern North Carolina Postcard Collection, East Carolina University Digital Collections
Circa. 1910 postcard from the Eastern North Carolina Postcard Collection, East Carolina University Digital Collections
Post card by Asheville Post Card Co, Asheville, NC, early 1900s after the third floor
was added to the depot. From the Alan Coleman collection.
1968 photo from the Brian Ezzele collection. Photographer unknown
The photos below show the station as it currently looks.
Rocky Mount ACL relief hospital
1908 cancelled postcard depicting the ACL Relief Hospital built in 1898.
This was the first hospital in Rocky Mount and was built by the railroad.
The hospital served only the employees of the railroad and their dependents.
Postcard from the Brian Ezzelle collection.
Rocky Mount ACL restaurant and telegraph office
1909 postcard from the Eastern North Carolina Postcard Collection,
East Carolina University Digital Collections
Rocky Mount yard tower
Nash County Railroad shop
Old Atlantic Coast Line Railroad fuel tanks
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