Louisville & Nashville Railroad
1903 system map: Georgia, Alabama, and Florida

 

By 1903, L&N's system included the Atlanta, Knoxville & Northern and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis in north Georgia. It had a half-interest in the lease of the Georgia Railroad and its dependencies which included the Atlanta & West Point and the Western Railway of Alabama. (The other half interest was held by the Atlantic Coast Line, which had gained control of L&N in 1902.)

L&N's line from Pensacola to River Junction (now Chattahoochee, FL) provided a link to the Atlantic Coast Line in south Georgia.

From: Fifty-Second Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company to the Stockholders for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1903. Online at Google Books.


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