Alexandria, Virginia. Manassas Gap Rail Road Company. July 1, 1861. $2. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30 Apparent. UL Corner Replaced; Minor Stains.(Jones-Littlefield PM18-27). July 1, 1861. Partial imprint of Macfarlane & Fergusson. Signed by Assistant Treasurer, Daniel Morgan. Buzzing beehive vignette. The railroad, which ran 87 miles from Mount Jackson to Manassas, VA was begun in 1851 and essentially completed in 1859. It played a role in the Great Train Raid pulled off by Stonewall Jackson in May 1861 which netted 67 locomotives and 386 cars which were removed, captured, or burned at the expense of the B&O Railroad. PCGS notes UL corner repaired, minor stains. A very challenging piece to obtain for ones collection.