|Successor||Seaboard Air Line Railroad|
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
|Track gauge||4 ft 8+1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge|
That same year, the Raleigh and Augusta Air Line Railroad leased the Palmetto Railroad line.
In 1967, the Seaboard Air Line merged with its rival, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. The merged company was named the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. In 1980, the Seaboard Coast Line's parent company merged with the Chessie System, creating the CSX Corporation. The CSX Corporation initially operated the Chessie and Seaboard Systems separately until 1986, when they were merged into CSX Transportation. The line is still in service and it is part of CSX's S Line (Hamlet Subdivision).
|State||Milepost||City/Location||Station||Connections and notes|
|NC||S 253.2||Hamlet||Hamlet||Amtrak Silver Star|
station rebuilt in 1900
|S 271.8||Cheraw||Cheraw||junction with:|
- Engineers and engineering, Engineers Club of Philadelphia, Volume 6, 1888
- Annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners of North Carolina, Volume 1, 1892, page 529
- South Carolina Railroads, Palmetto Railroad/Railway Archived 2010-09-25 at the Wayback Machine
- Short History of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, Seaboard Railway
- Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Savannah and Waycross Division Timetable (1982)
- "South Carolina Railroads: Passenger Stations & Stops" (PDF). Jim Fergusson's Railway and Tramway Station Lists (South Carolina). Retrieved 5 June 2020.