Manassas Gap Railroad

The Manassas Gap Railroad (MGRR) was an historic intrastate railroad in the Southern United States which ran from Mount Jackson, Virginia to the Orange and Alexandria Railroad at a junction called "Manassas Junction", which later became the city of Manassas, Virginia. It was chartered by the Virginia General Assembly in 1850, and played a key role in early train raids of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Confederate troop movements during the early years of the American Civil War.

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Winchester And Potomac Railroad - Founding and Early History - Civil War - 1862
... were evacuated and used in various other Confederate railroads, such as the Centreville Military Railroad ... Both the western portion of the Manassas Gap Railroad and the W P Railroad were effectively under the control of Banks in the spring, and were going to be used as part ... McClellan's plan was to connect the Manassas Gap Railroad and the W P with a line between Winchester and Strasburg, creating a "complete circle of rails" from the Union ...
Manassas Gap Railroad - Modern Times
... In 1896, most of the original Manassas Gap Railroad became part of the Southern Railway system, and eventually became an important part of the modern-day Norfolk Southern Railway system ...
Loudoun Branch Of The Manassas Gap Railroad
... The Loudoun Branch of the Manassas Gap Railroad was a planned branch extension of the Manassas Gap Railroad that was to connect the Orange and Alexandria Railroad to Harpers Ferry and the Baltimore and Ohio ...

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