Coming Down The Road

The Moving North Carolina blog will publish a new edition every Sunday at noon, beginning August 4, 2019.

Here are some of the blogs you will see soon:

When waterways were our superhighways, Bateaux ruled the rivers.

The road hogs who traveled down the Buncombe Turnpike were real swine.

English author Charles Dickens captured the wild exhilaration of travel on early American rail.

A vision of wooden turnpikes as economic salvation gave our state Plank Road Fever.

When Richmond & Danville train #9 plunged 60 feet off the Bostian Bridge, it was a disaster and a mystery.

Motorists benefited when North Carolina became “The Good Roads State,” but Bicyclists Led The Way.

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