It’s been called the most significant overhaul of a railroad in decades.
It’s also been billed as the most ambitious project Virginia has ever undertaken.
That’s despite being built mostly on state land.
The first train was built in 1892 and has been operated since.
The last of the railroads was built to operate between New York and Philadelphia in 1894.
Virginia Railway Express (VRE) was the first to use a train as a means of moving people, goods, and materials between the two cities.
Today, it’s one of the largest passenger rail companies in the world.
The company has spent $1 billion on the overhaul project, with the rest coming from private investors, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The Virginia Railway will be the largest and longest-running commuter railroad in the country.
It will also have a new headquarters in Richmond, with offices in the West End and in the Downtown Crossing.
The train will be able to travel up to a quarter-mile per hour.
The new Virginia rail system will be one of just two in the United States that have already been completed.
The other is the proposed $2.6 billion South Shore Light Rail.
The project, which is also known as SLS-4, is expected to open in 2021.