The Tybee Railroad was a US railroad that operated from 1887 to 1933. At its peak the railroad carried a quarter million people a year. The railroad was instrumental in the development of Tybee Island, Georgia, as a regional resort.
|Dates of operation||1887–1933|
|Successor||Central of Georgia Railroad|
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