NP, AG 5/6/1861

From the Alexandria (Va.) Gazette
May 6, 1861
Alexandria, Loudoun & Hampshire Railroad
   In addition to the train which now leaves Alexandria at 6 1/4 A. M., and Leesburg at 11 1/2 o'clock, A. M., there will be a daily train, (Sunday's excepted) leaving Alexandria at 4 P. M., and Leesburg at 4 o'clock, A. M. This train connects by Stages with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad at the Point of Rocks, and by Stages from Martinsburg to Hagerstown; thence by Railroad to Harrisburg. Thus giving ready access to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and the West.
   This Road connects also with the Orange & Alexandria Railroad going South and Southwest, by way of Richmond and Lynchburg.`
W. Blythe, General Superintendent