Georgia, Florida & Alabama Railway
1913 map, Richland Area

For a number of years the GF&A ran parallel to the Seaboard's Columbus-Albany line from Richland south to Kimbrough, which was just east of the Stewart/Webster county line. At Kimbrough the GF&A turned to the southwest towards Cuthbert, while the Seaboard continued southeast to Albany. After Seaboard acquired the GF&A in the late 1920s, it used the latter's Richland-Kimbrough tracks and abandoned its own.
(From: Soil Map, Stewart County, Ga. USDA Bureau of Soils, 1913.) Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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