South and North Carolina Railroad

The South and North Carolina Railroad was a railroad that served South Carolina in the late 19th century.

The line had been chartered by the South Carolina General Assembly in 1882 under the name of the Bishopville Railroad Company.[1]

Around the time the 19-mile line was opened around 1892, its name was changed to the South and North Carolina Railroad.[citation needed]

The line was sold to the Manchester and Augusta Railroad Company on January 1, 1896,[citation needed] and became part of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in 1898.[citation needed]

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