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Encyclopedia > List of Seaboard Air Line Railroad precursors

These railroads were bought, leased, or in other ways had their track come under ownership or lease by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.


The Seaboard Air Line Railroad later merged with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad to form the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad.

Contents

2.1 American Agricultural and Chemical Company
2.2 Athens Terminal Company
2.3 Atlanta and Birmingham Air Line Railway
2.4 Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railway
2.5 Brooksville and Inverness Railway
2.6 Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway
2.7 Carolina Central Railroad
2.8 Catawba Valley Railway
2.9 Central Railway of Georgia (Lyons Branch only)
2.10 Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway
2.11 Charlotte, Monroe and Columbia Railroad
2.12 Chesterfield and Kershaw Railroad
2.13 Chesterfield and Lancaster Railroad
2.14 Columbus Railroad
2.15 Durham and Northern Railway
2.16 Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad
2.17 Florida, Peninsular and Gulf Railroad
2.18 Florida West Shore Railway
2.19 Georgia and Alabama Railway
2.20 Georgia, Carolina and Northern Railway
2.21 Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railroad (gained control in 1928)
2.22 Kissimmee River Railway
2.23 Loganville and Lawrenceville Railroad
2.24 Macon, Dublin and Savannah Railroad
2.25 McRae Terminal Railway
2.26 Oxford and Coast Line Railroad
2.27 Palmetto Railway
2.28 Plant City, Arcadia and Gulf Railway
2.29 Raleigh and Augusta Air Line Railroad
2.30 Raleigh and Charleston Railroad
2.31 Raleigh and Gaston Railroad
2.32 Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina Railroad
2.33 Roanoke and Tar River Railroad
2.34 Seaboard Air Line Belt Railroad
2.35 Seaboard All-Florida Railway
2.36 Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad
2.37 South Bound Railroad
2.38 Tallahassee, Perry and Southeastern Railway
2.39 Tampa Terminal Company
2.40 Tavares and Gulf Railroad (bought 1926)

Gainesville Midland Railroad

  • Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern Railroad
    • Walton Railroad
  • Gainesville Midland Railway
    • Gainesville and North Western Railroad
    • Greene County Railroad
      • Bostwick Railroad

Seaboard Air Line Railway

American Agricultural and Chemical Company

Athens Terminal Company

Atlanta and Birmingham Air Line Railway

  • Chattahoochee Terminal Railway
  • East and West Railroad
    • Birmingham and Atlanta Air Line Railway
    • East and West Railroad of Alabama
      • Cherokee Iron Company
        • Cherokee Iron and Railroad Company
        • Cherokee Railroad
          • Cartersville and Van Wert Railroad
    • Tredegar Mineral Railway

Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railway

  • Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railroad
  • Starke and Sampson City Railroad

Brooksville and Inverness Railway

Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway

  • Charleston Southern Railway
  • Georgetown and Western Railroad
    • Georgetown and Lane's Railroad
  • Pee Dee Bridge Company
  • North and South Carolina Railway
    • Charleston Northern Railway
    • North and South Carolina Railway
    • South Carolina Western Railway
    • South Carolina Western Extension Railway

Carolina Central Railroad

  • Carolina Central Railway
    • Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad
      • Wilmington and Charlotte Railroad

Catawba Valley Railway

Central Railway of Georgia (Lyons Branch only)

Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway

  • Alafia, Manatee and Gulf Coast Railway

Charlotte, Monroe and Columbia Railroad

Chesterfield and Kershaw Railroad

Chesterfield and Lancaster Railroad

Columbus Railroad

  • Brush Electric Light and Power Company

Durham and Northern Railway

Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad

  • East Florida and Atlantic Railroad
  • Fernandina and Amelia Beach Railway
  • Florida Railway and Navigation Company
    • Fernandina and Jacksonville Railroad
    • Florida Central and Western Railroad
      • Florida Central Railroad
        • Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central Railroad
      • Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad
        • Pensacola and Georgia Railroad
        • Tallahassee Railroad
          • Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central Railroad (operated)
    • Florida, Peninsula and Jacksonville Railroad
    • Florida Transit and Peninsular Railroad
      • Florida Transit Railroad
        • Atlantic Gulf and West India Transit Company
          • Florida Railroad
      • Peninsular Railroad
      • Tropical Florida Railroad
    • Jacksonville and Mobile Railroad
    • Leesburg and Indian River Railroad
  • Florida Northern Railroad
  • Jacksonville Belt Railroad
  • Santa Fe Canal Company
  • Tavares, Orlando and Atlantic Railroad

Florida, Peninsular and Gulf Railroad

  • Arcadia, Gulf Coast and Lakeland Railroad

Florida West Shore Railway

  • United States and West Indies Railroad and Steamship Company

Georgia and Alabama Railway

  • Abbeville and Waycross Railroad
  • Albany and Florida Railroad
    • Albany, Florida and Northern Railroad
  • Columbus and Southern Railroad
    • Columbus Southern Railway
      • Columbus and Florida Railway
  • Georgia and Alabama Terminal Company
  • Savannah, Americus and Montgomery Railway
    • Americus, Preston and Lumpkin Railroad

Georgia, Carolina and Northern Railway

  • Chester, Greenwood and Abbeville Railroad

Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railroad (gained control in 1928)

  • Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad
  • Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railway
    • Georgia Pine Railway

Kissimmee River Railway

Loganville and Lawrenceville Railroad

Macon, Dublin and Savannah Railroad

McRae Terminal Railway

Oxford and Coast Line Railroad

Palmetto Railway

  • Palmetto Railroad

Plant City, Arcadia and Gulf Railway

  • Warnell Lumber and Veneer Company
    • Plant City and Arcadia Railroad

Raleigh and Augusta Air Line Railroad

  • Chatham Railroad
  • Pittsboro Railroad

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad

  • Carolina Northern Railroad

Raleigh and Gaston Railroad

  • Louisburg Railroad

Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina Railroad

  • Virginia and Carolina Railroad

Roanoke and Tar River Railroad

Seaboard Air Line Belt Railroad

Seaboard All-Florida Railway

  • East and West Coast Railway
  • Florida Western and Northern Railway

Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad

  • Roanoke Railroad
  • Portsmouth and Roanoke Railroad

South Bound Railroad

Tallahassee, Perry and Southeastern Railway

  • Tallahassee Southeastern Railway
    • Florida, Georgia and Western Railway

Tampa Terminal Company

Tavares and Gulf Railroad (bought 1926)

  • Tavares, Apopka and Gulf Railroad

See also

External links

  • Seaboard System family tree (http://www.montevue.co.nz/chorina/mainline/seaboardsys_box.pdf) (PDF)

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