The Turner Branch

Topographical map from 1907 that shows the Turner Branch. The li...
Topographical map from 1907 that shows the Turner Branch. The line starts at a connection with the "Coal and Coke Railroad" in Turner (at the top of the image) and continues south. Note that the branch splits into a "Left Fork" and a "Right Fork", as indicated by the accompanying ICC filing.

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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Docket: 7011 7/12/1928 Section: 1
App. for certificate to abandon the right fork of its Turner Branch in Kanawha County, West Virginia, a distance of 1.61 miles.
Length: 1.610 miles Citation: 145 ICC 406  
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Docket: 8798 4/21/1931 Section: 1
Joint application of Baltimore and Ohio RR. Co. and the Coal and Coke Ry. Co. for certificate to abandon a portion of the Turner Branch, Charleston Division, in Kanawha County, West Virginia, a distance of 0.97 miles.
Length: 0.970 miles Citation: 175 ICC 57  

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