City Point Railroad
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The City Point Railroad was a nine-mile (14 km) railroad in eastern Virginia established in 1836 which ran from City Point (now part of the independent City of Hopewell) on the navigable portion of the James River to Petersburg, Virginia. It was reorganized as the Appomattox Railroad in 1847 and acquired by the Southside Railroad in 1854.
Today the former City Point Railroad is part of the Norfolk Southern system.