The business end of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway was at Newport News, Virginia where the company and later its successors Chessie and CSX dumped the coal hauled by its trains across the state. There's much more to the story than just this in this intriguing 128-page book, however.
Introduction, Acknowledgements, Notes, pp. 3-4;
Trackside Photographers, Gary Friedhaber, pp. 5-6;
The Peninsula Subdivision, pp. 7-20;
The Yards, pp. 21-56;
The Piers and Marine Operations, pp. 57-99;
Is It a Main Line or a Branch Line, pp. 100-107;
Always Good Ships, pp. 108-115;
Fort Eutis and Camp Wallace, pp. 116-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.