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The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway became one of the country's wealthiest as West Virginia coal moved eastward to the coal piers.
The solution for the C&O was its Peninsula Subdivision, built as an extension from Richmond east about 75 miles (121 km) to Newport News Point.
Opened in late 1881, it provided an important pathway for coal mined in West Virginia to reach the harbor of Hampton Roads for coast wise and export shipping.
The hotel dominated the landscape, and was the civic and commercial center of the area during its early years.
The first bank at Newport News, the first newspaper, the U. post office, the federal customs office, and even the municipal government of Warwick County were each located within the Hotel Warwick, at least for a time.
Early Warwick County and Elizabeth City consisted of farms and plantations granted to landholders and settlers.