Looking North on North Main
This picture ran in the Enquirer on June 5, 1958 and shows a tank car of yellow phosphorous burning at the foot of Alta Vista. The firemen were told by experts to “put water, water, and more water on it.” They did. No one was injured.
|At the Old Nicholson Road Crossing, 1929|
Looking North on Dixie
Walton Chief of Police Tom Cady
The day Tom Cady impounded a train, here.
|The Hudson Sisters' House
sw corner of Main & Beaver Road
|Looking South on North Main Feed Mill
on the left, Built by Leonard Cook in 1924
|Looking South from the
|Looking North from the
|There's an Ameristop where the James used to be|
|On October 24, 1929, a southbound train hit and killed a truck driver on the intersection of the L&N at Nicholson Road on the north edge of town. The Interstate Commerce Commission investigated, and issued this report.|