Alabama and Florida Railroad (1898–1900)

The Alabama and Florida Railroad (A&F RR) started construction in the late 19th century of a railroad from Georgiana, Alabama to Graceville, Florida. It had completed 28 miles of the line to River Falls, Alabama by 1899. The A&F RR leased the completed section of track to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N RR) that year. The next year the A&F RR sold both the completed section and the unbuilt right-of-way from River Falls to Graceville to the L&N RR. The L&N RR completed the line to Graceville in 1902.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kincaid A. Herr (11 July 2014). The Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 1850-1963. University Press of Kentucky. p. 141. ISBN 978-0-8131-4750-5.