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Central of Georgia Railway records

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Central of Georgia Railway.
Title: Central of Georgia Railway records
Dates: 1835-1971
Extent: 557.0 cubic feet (849 boxes, 627 volumes, 2 oversize folders, and 10,008 drawings and maps)
Identification: MS 1362

Biographical/Historical Note

The Central of Georgia Railway Company was incorporated on October 7, 1895. This incorporation was a result of the Central Railroad and Banking Company's failure to meet its obligations with its businesses, forcing it into receivership. On October 31, 1895, the Central of Georgia Railway Company took control of the assets of the Central Railroad and Banking Company. The following companies were merged into the new Central of Georgia Railway Company: Central Railroad and Banking Company, Savannah and Western Railroad, Savannah and Atlantic Railroad, Macon and Northern Railway, Mobile and Girard Railroad, and the Montgomery and Eufaula Railway.

Over the next several years, the Central of Georgia began to add new track mileage to its territory. In 1896, the Central absorbed the Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railway; in 1901, it absorbed the Dover and Statesboro Railroad and the Burton and Pineora Railway; and in 1904, the Central absorbed the Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad.

In 1907, Edward H. Harriman, an investment banker and railroad magnet, took control of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Harriman, through his control of the Central and other railroads, opened up a new competitive route from the Midwest to Florida. Although this new gateway was lucrative, Harriman sold his interest in the Central to the Illinois Central Railroad in 1909. The Illinois Central remained in control of the company until the Great Depression of the 1930s.

The Central began to reflect growing problems as the effects of the stock market crash of 1929 rippled through the nation. On December 20, 1932, the Central of Georgia was forced into receivership. In 1940, the receivership was replaced with a trusteeship that lasted until 1948, when the Company was reorganized, allowing its assets to be released by the courts. After exiting the trusteeship, the Central appeared to be in good condition. World War II brought an unprecedented amount of business to the Company that allowed it to catch up on deferred maintenance and to buy new equipment.

During the next few years, the Central purchased the Augusta and Savannah and South Western Railroads. In 1951, after the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) gave its permission, the Central purchased the Savannah and Atlanta Railway. This purchase also gave the Central control of the Port Wentworth Corporation.

The newly reorganized and prosperous Central of Georgia Railway began to find itself the candidate for mergers. In 1956, the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad attempted to purchase controlling interest in the Company, but their bid was disapproved by the ICC. Seven years later, the ICC approved the plan of the Southern Railway System to purchase the Central. On June 17, 1963, the Central officially became a subsidiary line of the Southern Railway. On July 1, 1971, the Southern Railway formed a new company called the Central of Georgia Railroad Company. This new company consisted of the Central of Georgia Railway Company, the Georgia and Florida Railway Company, the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, and the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company. The Southern Railway and the new Central of Georgia Railroad Company eventually came under the control of the Norfolk Southern Corporation.


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of the records of the Central of Georgia Railway, including records of smaller railways incorporated into the Central of Georgia Railway Company. The collection contains records such as stockholder lists, financial statements, registers, reports, correspondence, photographs, operating agreements, maps, minute books, letter books, papers of the president of the company, contracts and agreements, and other financial and executive materials.

The collection contains 53 series: Accounting department, 1839-1962; Agricultural department, 1912-1948; Engineering department, 1833-1963; Executive department, 1838-1967; Hospital department, 1907-1957; Land and Tax department, 1835-1963; Public Relations department, 1856-1963; Traffic department, 1897-1944; Albany Passenger Terminal Company records, 1910-1971; Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company records, 1915-1950; Atlanta Terminal Company records, 1917; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company records, 1926; Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company records, 1849-1953; Augusta Union Station Company records, 1901-1904; Brinson Railroad Company records, 1906-1917; Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia records, 1837-1948; Chatham Terminal Company records, 1951-1957; Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad Company records, 1899-1903; Columbus and Rome Railway Company records, 1883-1886; Columbus and Western Railway Company records, 1887; Crossgate Homes, Incorporated records, 1942-1965; Dublin and Wrightsville Railroad records, 1884-1886; Eatonton Branch Railroad Company records, 1865-1895; Empire Land Company records, 1905-1970; Georgia Export and Import Company records, 1897-1917; Gordon Press records, 1873-1917; Greenville and Newnan Railway Company records, 1905-1908; Louisville and Wadley Railway Company records, 1879-1961; Macon Terminal Company records, 1914-1954; Macon and Western Railroad Company records, 1846-1873; Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railroad records, 1889-1891; Midland Properties Company records, 1924-1969; Mobile and Girard Railroad Company records, 1856-1901; New England and Savannah Steamship Company records, 1893-1913; Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah records, 1874-1970; Oconee and Western Railroad Company records, 1893-1898; Port Wentworth Corporation records, 1934-1969; Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company records, 1938-1969; Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company records, 1890; Savannah and Tybee Railway records, 1887-1888; Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railroad records, 1885-1888; Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company records, 1826-1915; Short Lines Motor Transport Company records, 1928-1933; Stillmore Air Line Railway Company records, 1892-1906; Sylvania Central Railway Company records, 1918-1954; Terminal Development Company records, 1957-1964; Tunnel Coal Company records, 1902-1909; United States Construction and Improvement Company records, 1875-1887; Upson County Railway Company records, 1860-1913; Wadley and Mount Vernon railroad records, 1890-1906; Wadley Southern Railway Company records, 1906-1962; Western Railway of Alabama records, 1930-1955; Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company records, 1883-1971.


Index Terms

Account books.
Agreements.
Annual reports.
Bonds (negotiable instruments)
Bookkeeping records.
Bookkeeping registers.
Case files.
Cashbooks.
Central of Georgia Railway.
Contracts.
Conveyances.
Corporation records.
Daily reports.
Decisions.
Deed registers.
Directories.
Field notes.
Financial records.
Financial statements.
Hospital records.
Inventories.
Invoices.
Leases.
Ledgers (account books)
Letter books.
Letters (correspondence)
Manuals (instructional materials)
Maps (documents)
Minute books.
Mortgage deeds.
Mortgages.
Newsletters.
Organization files.
Pamphlets.
Payroll records.
Periodicals.
Photograph albums.
Plat books.
Powers of attorney.
Preliminary specifications.
Procedures.
Purchase orders.
Railroads--Georgia.
Receipts (financial records)
Regulations (executive records)
Scrapbooks.
Specifications.
Speeches (documents)
Stock certificates.
Tax records.
Technical reports.
Test reports.
Tickets.
Topographic surveys.
Vouchers (sales records)

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Unknown.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], Central of Georgia Railway records, MS 1362, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Unknown, circa 1970s.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Georgia Historical Society. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Division of Library and Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Georgia Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.


Separated Material

Artifacts were separated and cataloged with the Georgia Historical Society Artifacts Collection. View digital images of artifacts at the end of this collection inventory or search the Digital Image Catalog for further information.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Container List

 

Series 1: Records, 1835-1971

Central of Georgia Railway Company
The Central of Georgia Railway Company was incorporated on October 7, 1895. This incorporation was a result of the Central Railroad and Banking Company's failure to meet its obligations with its businesses forcing it into receivership. On October 31, 1895, the Central of Georgia Railway Company took control of the assets of the Central Railroad and Banking Company. The following companies were merged into the new Central of Georgia, Railway Company: Central Railroad and Banking Company, Savannah and Western Railroad, Savannah and Atlantic Railroad, Macon and Northern Railway, Mobile and Girard Railroad, and the Montgomery and Eufaula Railway.
Over the next several years the Central of Georgia began to add new track mileage to its territory. In 1896, the Central absorbed the Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railway; in 1901 absorbed the Dover and Statesboro Railroad and the Bruton and Pineora Railway; ahd in 1904, the Central absorbed the Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad.
In 1907, Mr. Edward H. Harriman, an investment banker and railroad magnet, took control of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Mr. Harriman, through his control of the Central and other railroads opened up a new competitive route from the Midwest to Florida. Although this new gateway was lucrative, Harriman sold his interest in the Central to the Illinois Central Railroad in 1909. The Illinois Central remained in control of the company until the depression.
The Central began to reflect growing problems as the effects of the crash rippled through the nation. On December 20, 1932, the Central of Georgia was forced into receivership. In 1940, the receivership was replaced with a trusteeship that lasted until 1948 when the Company was reorganized allowing its assets released by the courts. After exiting the trusteeship, the Central appeared to be in good condition. World War II brought an unprecedented amount of business to the Company that allowed it to catch up on deferred maintenance and to buy new equipment.
During the next few years, the Central purchased the Augusta and Savannah and South Western Railroads. In 1951, after the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) gave its permission, the Central purchased the Savannah and Atlanta Railway. This purchase also gave the Central control of the Port Wentworth Corporation.
The newly reorganized and prosperous Central of Georgia Railway began to find itself the candidate for mergers. In 1956, the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad attempted to purchase controlling interest in the Company but their bid was disapproved by the ICC. Seven years late the ICC approved the plan of the Southern Railway System to purchase the Central. On June 17, 1963, the Central officiallY became a subsidiary line of the Southern Railway. On July 1, 1971, the Southern Railway formed a new company called the Central of Georgia Railroad Company. This new company consisted of: the Central of Georgia Railway Company, the Georgia and Florida Railway Company, the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, and the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company. The Southern Railway and the new Central of Georgia Railroad Company eventually came under the control of the Norfolk Southern Corporation.
1362AC Accounting Department, 1839-1962
The Accounting Department of the Central was involved in a variety of different tasks. Some of these included the maintenance of stockholders lists, as well as the upkeep of stock transfer books, stock ledgers, and scrip record books. They also issued financial reports monthly. The department was in charge of certificates of indebtedness books and ledgers and dividend information for stockholders. They also kept track of mortgage releases.
1362AC-10 Stockholders Lists, 1949-1962 1949-1952, 1954, 1956-1962, 19.0 volumes
These documents list the holders of certificates representing voting trust common stock and include names of stockholders, addresses, and the number of shares owned.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-20 Stockholders List, 1950, 1.0 volume
This volume contains a list of holders of certificates representing, additional cash and/or securities on exchange of First mortgage 5% gold bonds due November 1, 1945. Included are names and addresses of stockholders and the number of shares owned.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-25 Stock Transfer Receipt Books, 1859-1895, 25.0 volumes
These volumes document the transfer of stock to various stockholders. They include names of stockholders, names of persons to whom stock was transferred, number of shares transferred, date of transfer, and witness signatures.
Arrangement: Numerical by receipt number.
1362AC-30 Stock Transfer Receipt Book, 1887-1892, 1.0 volume
This volume, from the Savannah office of the New York transfer agent, documents the transfer of stock to various stockholders. It includes names of stockholders, names of persons to whom stock was transferred, the number of shares transferred, and date of transfer.
Arrangement: Numerical by receipt number.
1362AC-35 Stock Ledger, (INDEXED), 1855-1897, 7.0 volume
These ledgers record the stock purchasers of the Central. Included are names of stockholders, number of shares purchased, amount paid for the stock, and date of purchase.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-40 Scrip Record Book, 1855-1885, 1.0 volume
This volume documents the scrip issued by the Central and includes the name of stockholders, date of purchases, number of scrip for each purchase, number of shares, and a recapitulation.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-45 Stock Dividend Register, 1871-1881, 1.0 volume
This register records the dividend of stock and scrip. It includes names of stockholders, number of shares owned, date of premium, dividend in stock, dividend in scrip, value of sahres and remarks.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-50 Financial Statements, 1953-1959, 2.0 boxes
These records are monthly financial statements of the Central. They include income statements, operating expenses, mileage, property, assets, liabilities, and shareholders equity.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-55 Balance Sheets of Notes Discounted Book, 1869-1895, 1.0 volume
This documents the notes discounted/bills receivable running to maturity and lying over unpaid. It contains name of payer, name of the endorsers or collateral, total amount paid, and date due.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-60 Certificates of Indebtedness Books, 1881-1912, 13.0 volumes
These record the amount of money in certificates of indebtedness that stockholders were transferring to individuals or institutions. Included is the receipt number, stockholder name, amount transferred, to whom transferred, date and signature of the stockholders.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-65 Registers of Payment of Interest on Certificates of Indebtedness, 1882-1893, 5.0 volumes
This register contains name of the stockholder, the number of shares owned, date, amount of interest earned, signature of the stockholders, and recapitulations.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-70 Certificates of Indebtedness Ledgers, 1881-1888, 3.0 volumes
These ledgers record the dividends owed to stockholders. Included are the names of stockholders, dates, and amount of dividend paid to stockholders.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-75 Unclaimed Interest on Certificates of Indebtedness Ledger, (INDEXED), 1884-1893, 2.0 volumes
This ledger records the unclaimed interest owed to stockholders. Included is the name of stockholder, date, and dividend.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-80 Dividend Ledger, (INDEXED), 1839-1872, 1.0 volume
This ledger records the dividends paid to stockholders of the Company. Included is names of the stockholders, dates of payment, and the amount of dividend paid.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AC-85 Dividend Registers, 1866-1889, 6.0 volumes
This register records the dividends paid to the stockholders. It includes names of stockholders, number of shares held, dates of payment, amount of dividend paid, and signatures of the stockholders.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
1362AC-90 Mortgage Releases, 1915-1929, 1.0 volume
This record documents agreements concerning the release from mortgages on property conveyed by the Central. Notable transactions involve the Macon Terminal Company and Tybrisa.
Arrangement: Unarranged.
1362AC-95 Refunding and General Mortgage Book, 1919, 1.0 volume
This is a manual outlining procedures for mortgage transactions for Central property.
1362AD Agriculture Department, 1912-1948, n.d.
The Agriculture Department of the Central was involved in a variety of different projects such as crop testing, farm management, animal husbandry, immigration and farm settlement, and forest conservation in the South. The department also worked with Bethesda Home for Boys and organized boys' clubs. The records include daily activity reports, immigration files, land settlement files, boys' clubs files, test farm reports, pamphlets, and agricultural photographs.
1362AD-10 Correspondence, 1937-1940, 3.0 boxes
This correspondence by the General Agricultural Agent concerns aspects of the business of the Agricultural Department such as livestock, farming, repairs, experimental products and Bethesda.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AD-20 Daily Reports, 1937-1948 1937-1945, 1947-1948, 4.0 boxes
The daily activity reports by the General Agricultural Agent to the receiver of the Central were submitted once a week. The reports contained a daily account of activities covering all aspects of livestock and farming, the Bethesda Boys Home, meetings with county agents, and improvements, etc. for tenant farmers.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AD-30 Immigration Files, 1924-1949, 1.0 box
These files contain information pertaining to the Central's land settlement policies. Included are correspondence, magazine and newspaper articles, excerpts from The Agricultural Situation by H.G. Warren and F.A. Pearson, copies of the Central of Georgia plan to secure settlers, and a list of representatives of southern railroads in charge of immigration work.
1362AD-40 Bethesda Files, 1937-1943, 1.0 box
These are files of the General Agricultural Agent of the Central for the Bethesda Orphans Home. The Central began its association with Bethesda circa 1930 and was mainly concerned with agricultural development at Bethesda. The Central provided assistance with irrigation, planting of crops, and livestock management.
1362AD-50 Land Policy/Settlement Files, 1924-1937, 5.0 boxes
These files contain ideas and policies concerning the establishment of farm settlement communities in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. These farm colonies helped to improve the condition of the southern farmer and increase farm production. Included are correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, congressional reports, legislative calendar, congressional bills and a pamphlet detailing the Albany-Leesburg farm settlement.
1362AD-60 Boys' Four Crop Club Files, 3.0 boxes
This organization was begun by the Central to generate interest in diversified farming throughout the southern regions of Alabama and Georgia. Included are miscellaneous correspondence, lists of club members, lists of counties with members, newspaper and magazine articles, and various status reports.
1362AD-70 Boys' Corn Club Files, 2.0 boxes
These clubs were established by the Central to generate interest in developing efficient methods of corn production. Included are miscellaneous correspondence, rules and regulations for members, newspaper and magazine articles, lists of members, lists of prospective members, purchase and exhibition of prizes, and lists of state organizers.
1362AD-80 Photographs, undated, 1.0 box
These photographs were used to demonstrate the agricultural achievements of various railroad programs. Subjects include people, the railroad, miscellaneous crops and farm buildings.
Arrangement: Photographs are arranged by number.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items

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11GA 296 - Man cutting off a stalk of sugar cane
1GA 297 - Cattle with a barn and another building in the background
1GA 298 - Farm house with a man and a woman standing on the porch
1GA 299 - Two tobacco pack houses with unidentified crop and building in the background. There are two men standing in front of the pack house
1GA 300 - Black woman standing in the middle of a cotton field holding a cotton plant View online.
1GA 301 - Black woman standing in the middle of a cotton field View online.
1GA 302 - House leaning at a 70 degree angle, supported by two poles. There is a cotton field in front of the house
1GA 303 - Automatic cotton seed planter in the middle of a cotton field. (This type was pulled by a mule or horse.)
1GA 304 - Two mule drawn carts driven by two black men, in front of a wooden storehouse. There are three people standing in front of the shed. A car is visible in the background indicating this photo was taken in the early 1900s
1GA 305 - Black man guiding a cultivator pulled by a mule. Some type of squash crop is growing in the background
1GA 306 - Two types of crop planters, a plow and a cultivator operated by men, three storage sheds and two automobiles appear in the background
2GA 307 - Three males and one female relaxing in front of the Chehaw railroad depot
2GA 308 - Train arriving at the Chehaw depot and group of people in front of depot
2GA 309 - Man inspecting a tasstle on a stalk of corn
2GA 310 - Cotton field with young pine trees in the background
2GA 311 - Forrest of young pine trees
2GA 312 - Man standing in forrest of long leaf pine trees
2GA 313 - Male and female in front of their home
2GA 314 - Space between rows of field corn
2GA 315 - Two males with a horse drawn single plow, a spring teeth harrow, and a mule harnessed to a crop planter
2GA 316 - Nanny goat with two kids
2GA 317 - Male guiding a cart pulled by a mule and two oxen. There are two houses in the background
2GA 318 - Pigs being fed by male
3GA 320 - Woman washing clothes in a wash bucket. There is a young child at the corner of the wash table
3GA 321 - Two males standing in front of their home. There are corn and sugar cane crops growing beside the house
3GA 322 - Farm community members standing in front of a farm house
3GA 323 -Wooden farm house surrounded by picket fence. There are several buildings in the background
3GA 324 - School?
3GA 325 - Field with house and garage in the background
3GA 326 - Water well
4GA 327 - Farm workers harvesting unidentified crop
4GA 328 - Man standing in the middle of a tobacco field
4GA 329 - Diry barn with automatic milkers made by De Laval
4GA 330 - Cattle grazing in the pasture
4GA 331- Pecan grove
4GA 332 - Group of men standing in front of a pecan grove, some are holding peanuts
4GA 333 - Dirt road surrounded by trees
4GA 334 - Two men and a young boy carrying a bucket around a water well. There is a water well in the background
4GA 335 - Family in front of their house which is located beside a sugar cane field
5GA 336 - Family on their front stairs eating watermelon
5GA 337 - Man standing in front of a chicken coop
5GA 338 - Field with several houses and buildings in the background
5GA 339 - Unidentified type of grass
5GA 340 - Family on their front porch
5GA 341 - Five men standing in front of a brick building. Other buildings are visible in the background
5GA 342 - Group of people standing in front of brick building
5GA 343 - Several men gathered around a bale of cotton. Holley's grocery store is visible in the background
5GA 344 - A cotton merchants exchange with several parked trucks and two wagon loads of cotton
5GA 345 - Two men examining peanuts
5GA 346 - Three men examining a tobacco leaf
6GA 347 - Several farmers harvesting tobacco
6GA 348 - Workers in front of a tobacco pack house
6GA 349 - Several workers posing with freshly strung tobacco in front of a pack house
6GA 350 - Laborers in a tobacco curing house
6GA 351 - Tobacco warehouse and buyers gathering around a auctioneer
6GA 352 - Tobacco warehouse and buyers
6GA 353 - Tobacco buyers in a tobacco warehouse
6GA 354 - Tobacco leaves and people working to produce various tobacco products
6GA 355 - Five women in front of New Brick Warehouse Drive-In
6GA 356 - Group of people in front of New Brick Warehouse Drive-In
1362AD-90 Test Farm Reports, 1912-1918, 2.0 boxes
These are reports produced by test farm operators from Alabama and Georgia. They document the yearly planting, harvesting, and production results and techniques on an individual and total crop basis. Included in these records are location of test farms; type of crops planted; acreage planted; cost of labor, seed, fertilizer, harvesting, marketing, and rent; amount of yield; crop value; profit and loss; and general remarks. Boys' Crop Club contest results are also included.
1362AD-100 Pamphlets, undated, 1.0 box
These pamphlets were issued by the Central and related to agriculture in the South. Role of Forests in Welfare of People in the South is an address given by Captain I.F. Eldredge, Regional Survey Director of the Southern Forest Experimentation Station, at a meeting of the Friends of the Land. It was published and distributed by the Development Department of the Central of Georgia Railway Company and is concerned with the role of the forest in the South. Permanent Pastures the Basis for Profitable Livestock deals with a successful and economically feasible strategy for raising quality livestock in the South.
1362AN Engineering Department, 1833-1963, undated
The Engineering Department of the Central was involved in a variety of different projects such as maintenance, construction, real estate, management and finance, surveying, drawings and maps. The records include materials for reconstruction (vouchers), authorizations for expenditures (vouchers), watercolor paintings, work record books, spec files, subject files, right of way files, annual reports, station water report books, engineers' diaries, letter books, payroll records, field notes, statistics charts, photographs, equipment drawings, technical reports, profiles, and railroad maps.
1362AN-10 Watercolor Paintings, 1914, undated, 1.0 oversize folder
These watercolor paintings show four farms along the Central's tracks, an unidentified terminal, and the residence of the superintendent of the Creosote Plant of the Central.
1362AN-20 Materials for Reconstruction, 1865-1867, 1.0 volume
This is a record of bills (lists) of materials for the reconstruction of trestles, bridges, and waterway main stems from Savannah, GA to mile post 121 after Sherman's raid on the Central of Georgia. It contains lists of materials used at each mile post, material costs, date, city location for each area being described, and engineer.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AN-30 Authorizations For Expenditures, 1913-1963, 49.0 volumes
These volumes document the authorizations for expenditures by the Central for work along the lines and other related projects. They contain the appropriation number, division, date issued, amount involved, work covered, requisitions, total cost and remarks concerning the request.
Arrangement: Appropriation Number.
1362AN-40 Work Record Books, 1908-1963, 54.0 volumes
These records, titled "Annual Report Data Record Books," were created by the Engineering Department to record expenditure descriptions. They contain the A.F.E. (Authorizations for Expenditures) number, date of work, location, description of expenditures, date work was completed, and note if the report on the work was received.
Arrangement: Chronological.

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1-31362AN-50 Specifications Files, 1920-1930, 3.0 boxes
These are contracts and specifications files of the Central which provide a detailed description of work proposed for bid.
These files are scattered, reflecting only a portion of the original specifications file. Most of the records were destroyed or removed from the files before the records were moved from the Central's offices. The records are arranged alphabetically by city.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by Location.
Albany, GA - Specs for two-story yard offices
Albany, GA - Specs for plastering passenger depot
Albany, GA - Contract/Specs for roundhouse, storehouse,boileroom, and lavatory
Albany, GA - Contract/Specs for coaling station
Albany, GA - Union depot shelter across tracks
Albany, GA - Specs for passenger terminal
Americus, GA - Estimates/Contract for passenger depot
Americus, GA - Specs for passenger depot
Arlington, GA - Contract/Specs for combined freight and passenger depot
Army Depot, GA - Specs for depot
Athens, GA - Contract/Specs for depot
Atlanta, GA - Specs for plumbing freight office building
Atlanta, GA - Specs for steam heating system in Central's freight office
Atlanta, GA - Specs for signal tower at Whitehall Street crossing
Barnesville, GA - Specs for passenger depot
Birmingham, AL - Specs for roundhouse
Birmingham, AL - Specs for freight depot
Bremen, GA - Specs for frame passenger depot
Cedartown, GA - Specs for machine shop
Cedartown, GA - Specs for engine house
Chattanooga, TN - Specs/Contract for freight station
Childersburg, AL - Specs for passenger and freight station
Clayton, AL - Specs for improvements to depot
Columbus, GA - Contract for store and oil house
Columbus, GA - Specs for depot addition and platforms
Columbus, GA - Contract for two-story yard office
Columbus, GA - Specs for passenger station, Chattahoochee Junction
Columbus, GA - Specs for passenger depot
Columbus, GA - Contract for transformer house
Columbus, GA - Specs for roundhouse

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2Covington, GA - Specs for passenger and freight station
Dawson, GA - Agreement between F.A. Ruggles and Central
Dawson, GA - Contract for Uniform Cotton Compress contract and bond
Dothan, AL - Contract for passenger and freight station
Ellaville, GA - Specs for passenger and freight station
Fort Benning, GA - Contract/Specs for freight and passenger station
Fort Valley, GA - Specs for restaurant and telegraph office
Forsyth, GA - Specs for passenger station
Griffin, GA - Specs for warehouse for J.E. Hayes and Company
Griffin, GA - Specs for addition to warehouse of Griffin Grocery Company
Griffin, GA - Specs for Pomona Products Company building
Griffin, GA - Contract for passenger station
Griffin, GA - Specs for addition to freight station
Griffin, GA - Specs for addition to passenger depot
Hurtsboro, GA - Specs for Union passenger depot
Lavender, GA - Specs for grading required for the construction of storage tracks
Macon, GA - Specs for freight station
Macon, GA - Specs of union passenger station for Macon Terminal Company
Macon, GA - Specs for storehouse at new Macon shops
Macon, GA - Contract for office building
Macon, GA - Specs for office building at new Macon shops
Macon, GA - Specs for building for National Biscuit Company
Newnan, GA - Specs for passenger station
Opelika, AL - Contract for union passenger station
Opelika, AL - Specs for union passenger station

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3Phoenix City, AL - Specs for plumbing freight and passenger station
Rome, GA - Specs for stuccoing parapet walls on three warehouses
Savannah, GA - Specs for extension of West Broad Street office
Savannah, GA - Contract/Specs for roundhouse
Savannah, GA - Specs to addition to vault in General office building
Savannah, GA - Contract for coach and paint shop
Savannah, GA - Specs for automatic dry pipe sprinkler system in warehouse
Savannah, GA - Specs for removing old vault and building fire wall in warehouse
Savannah, GA - Specs for warehouse for H. J. Heniz and Company
Savannah, GA - Specs for alterations in passenger depot
Savannah, GA - Specs for Central of Georgia Hospital
Statesboro, GA - Specs for livestock market
Thomaston, GA - Contract/Specs for freight and passenger depot
Troy, AL - Specs for union depot
1362AN-55 Profiles, 1922-1937, undated, 3.0 boxes
These are condensed profiles for the Central's track property between mile posts. Profiled areas include Macon, Southwest, Chattanooga, Savannah, and Columbus Divisions. Also shown is the track property between Eufaula, AL and Montgomery, AL, between Savannah, GA and Macon, GA and between Macon, GA and Atlanta, GA .

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1-2191362AN-60 Subject Files, (INDEXED)
These files provide information on the Central and the companies and projects with which it was involved. The subjects include contracts, standard drawings, equipment repairs, building improvements, bridges, terminals, fire protection, subways, correspondence, salaries, maintenance of way, budget, joint facilities, line extensions, U.S. Government involvement, insurance, agriculture, Central Hospital, and grade revisions. These files are indexed by a code list. The code list has been arranged in 3 categories: Business, Title, and City.
See content list on pages to follow
Arrangement: Code number.
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT SUBJECT FILES, 1840-1962
Subject Files Code List--arranged in 3 catagories: Business, Title, and City
Facilities used jointly by Southern Railway, Columbus, GA (5);
Standards and track material, track bolts and switch bolts (8);
Frogs and switches (10);

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4Frogs and switches (10);
Law suits (27);

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5Law suits (27);
Capacity of iron bridges (47);

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6Capacity of iron bridges (47);

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7Capacity of iron bridges (47);
Bridges - Chocclawatchee River Bridge (49);

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8Alexander City, AL - Depot and track house (59);
Standard trestles - Water barrels on trestles (75);

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9Standard trestles - Water barrels on trestles (75);
Atlanta, GA - Freight warehouse Rich's building (79};

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10Atlanta, GA - Freight warehouse - Rich's building (79);

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11Atlanta, GA - Freight warehouse - Rich's building (79);

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12Atlanta, GA - Freight warehouse - Rich's building (79);
Savannah, GA - Warehouse no. 13 (80);

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13Savannah, GA - Warehouse no. 13 (80);
Savannah, GA - Tracks to serve Mutual Fertilizer Co. (89);
Savannah, GA - Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. sheds (91);

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14Savannah, GA - Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. sheds (91);

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15Savannah, GA - Warehouse on Wadley Street (92);

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16Pavillion and improvements - Tybee Island (99);

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17Spur track for McKenzie Brick Co., Georgia-Carolina Brick Co., Augusta-Andalusia Extension (119);
Warehouse for Griffin, GA Grocery Co., Griffin, GA (123);

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18Warehouse for Griffin, GA Grocery Co., Griffin, GA (123);
Passenger depot - Savannah, GA (133);
Warehouse no. 14, Semmes Hardware Company, Savannah, GA (170);

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19Warehouse no. 14 , Semmes Hardware Company, Savannah, GA (170);
Warehouse no. 5 , W.W. Gordon and Company, Savannah, GA (171);
Macon, GA - Tracks for Bibb Brick Company and Bibb Sewer Pipe Company (181);

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20Albany yards and improvements (185);

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21Albany yards and improvements (185);

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22Albany yards and improvements (185);

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23Albany yards and improvements (185);
Bridges, Chattanooga district (191);

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24Track connection with Southern Railway Silver Creek, GA (192);

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25Turntable at Savannah shops, Savannah, GA (228);
Passenger depot, Columbus, GA (246);

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27Overhead bridges on highway between Buena Vista, Cusseta, and Ida Vesper, GA (246)

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28Overhead bridge between Buena Vista, Cusseta, and Ida Vesper, GA (246);

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29Overhead bridge between Buena Vista, Cusseta, and Ida Vesper, GA (246);

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30Albany line - Flint River Bridge, near Montezuma, GA (264);
Lazaretto Creek Bridge, Tybee Railroad (268);
Sand and water facilities, coaling - Cedartown, GA (273);

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31Sand and water facilities, coaling - Cedartown, GA (268);
McDaniel Street bridge - Atlanta, GA (276);

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32McDaniel Street bridge - Atlanta, GA (276);

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33Test of materials used in bridges of Columbus Division (278);
St. Augustine Creek Bridge, Tybee Railroad (284);

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34Oconee River bridge (290);

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35Oglemulgee River bridge - Macon, GA (294);

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36Oglemulgee River bridge - Macon, GA (294);
Monroe Street bridge - Macon, GA (299);

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37Short Street bridge - Columbus, GA - Personnel injuries system (300);

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38Short Street bridge - Columbus, GA - Personnel injuries system (300);

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39Short Street bridge - Columbus, GA - Personnel injuries system (300);

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40Chattahoochee River bridge - Columbia, AL (303-308);
Terminals - Chattanooga, TN (313);

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41Terminals - Chattanooga, TN (313);

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42Terminals - Chattanooga, TN (313);

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43Terminals - Chattanooga, TN (313);

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44Depot - Americus, GA (315);
Old Union Station and terminal station - Atlanta, GA (316);

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45Old Union Station and terminal station - Atlanta, GA (316);

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46Old Union Station and terminal station- Atlanta, GA (316);

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47Whitehall Street subway - Atlanta, GA (317);

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48Whitehall Street subway - Atlanta, GA (317);

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49Freight warehouse -Chattanooga, TN (319);
Army Post branch, Cremo, GA to Fort Oglethorpe, GA (324);

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50Fire protection at wharf - Savannah, GA (325);
West Yard, rip track facilities - Macon, GA (326);

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51West Yard, rip track facilities - Macon, GA (326);

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52West Yard, rip track facilities - Macon, GA (326);
Fair Street, crossing of Southern Railway, Fair and Castleberry Streets, Interlocking plant - Atlanta, GA (327);
Stone quarry, Griffin, GA (328);
Rearrangement of yards, Macon, GA (329);

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53Rearrangement of yards, Macon, GA (329);

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54Rearrangement of yards, Macon, GA (329);

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55Rearrangement of yards, Macon, GA (329);
Repairs to Columbus and Western Railroad bridges (331);

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56Repairs to Columbus and Western Railroad bridges (331);
Interlocking plant - East Point, GA (332); .

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57Interlocking plant - East Point, GA (332);
General trestle file, southwestern division (343);

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58General trestle file, southwestern division (343);

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59General trestle file, southwestern division (343);

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60General trestle file, southwestern division (343);
Water supply - Industry, GA (356);
Water supply - Griffin, GA (358);

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61Water supply - Griffin, GA (358);
New yard - Muscogee, GA (359);

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62Passing track - Macon to Atlanta (360);

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63Passing track - Macon to Atlanta (360);

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63APassing track - Macon to Atlanta (360);

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64General dredging - Savannah, GA (365);

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65General dredging - Savannah, GA (365);

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66General dredging - Savannah, GA (365);

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67General dredging - Savannah, GA (365);
Temporary crossover - Jonesboro, GA (371);

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68Combination freight and passenger depot (terminals) - Athens, GA (395);

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69Combination freight and passenger depot (terminals) - Athens, GA (395);

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70Combination freight and passenger depot (terminals) - Athens, GA (395);
General correspondence, rearrangement of terminals - Atlanta, GA (399);

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71General correspondence, rearrangement of terminals - Atlanta, GA (399);
Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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72Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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73Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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74Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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75Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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76Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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77Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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78Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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79Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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80Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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81Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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82Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);

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83Steel Coaling Station - Industry, GA (408);

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84Steel Coaling Station - Industry, GA (408);

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85Steel Coaling Station - Industry, GA (408);
Depot - Bexton, GA (Greenville and Newnan Railroad) (409);

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86Depot - Bexton, GA (Greenville and Newnan Railroad) (409);

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87Depot - Bexton, GA (Greenville and Newnan Railroad) (409);

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88Broadening Garage - Columbus to Greenville (410);

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89Broadening Garage - Columbus to Greenville (410);
Depot - Griffin, GA (483);

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90Depot - Griffin, GA (483);
Depot - Barnesville, GA (538);
M and B connection - Thomaston, GA (548);

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91M and B connection - Thomaston, GA (548);

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92M and B connection - Thomaston, GA (548);
Coaling Station - Union Springs, AL (562);
Standard Mill Crane (572);
Section houses (577);

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93M and B connection - Thomaston, GA (548);
Section houses (577);

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94Section houses (577);

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95Section houses (577);

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96Section houses (577);

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97Section houses (577);

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98Roadway and maintenance of way employees (602);

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99Roadway and maintenance of way employees (602);

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100Roadway and maintenance of way employees (602);

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101Roadway and maintenance of way employees (602);

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102Roadway and maintenance of way employees (602);

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103Increase in force and salaries of employees (612);

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104Increase in force and salaries of employees (612);
Contact with Georgia Railroad for use of Macon Terminal - Macon, GA (662);
Joint use of terminals with Southern Railway - Fort Valley, GA (668);

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105Joint use of terminals with Southern Railway - Fort Valley, GA (668);

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106Terminal - Birmingham, AL (671);

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107Terminal - Birmingham, AL (671);
Facilities with GF and A Railway, Depot - Arlington, GA (700);
Concrete culverts, etc., Green County, Railroad (722);

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108Western Union File (739);
Paving streets - Albany, GA (741);
Track for Portland Cement Company - Leeds, AL (839);

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109Budget (842);
Tracks for U.S. Government coal chute - Fort McPherson, GA (845);
Shops, tracks, buildings - Savannah, GA (851);

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110Shops, tracks, buildings - Savannah, GA (851);

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111Shops, tracks, buildings - Savannah, GA (851);
Contact with G an R Railway - Augusta, GA (856);

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112Contact with G and R Railway - Augusta, GA (856);
Coal chute - Raymond, GA (901);
Enlargement of yard track for Pennick and Ford - Columbus, GA (920);
Passing tracks - GA (1024);

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113Passing tracks - GA (1024);
Subway on Eleventh Street, Wyntra Road bridge - Columbus, GA (1030);

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114Subway on Eleventh Street, Wyntra Road bridge - Columbus, GA (1030);
Changes and extensions, Red Office Building - Savannah, GA (1049);

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115Changes and extensions, Red office building - Savannah, GA (1049);
Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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116Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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117Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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118Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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119Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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120Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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121Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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122Freight and Terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);
Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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123Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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124Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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125Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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126Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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127Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);

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128Joint facilities - Birmingham, AL (1078);
Bridge over Oconee River - W an T Railroad (1087);

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129Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);

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130Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);

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131Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);

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132Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);

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133Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);

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134Shops - Columbus, GA (1095);
Depots, standard pairing (1118);
Roadhouses and turntables (1146);

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135Vacations to employees, office hours (1160);
Signals (1188);
Tracks for Continental Can Company (Robert Gair Division) - Nixon, GA (1209);
Depot - Opelika, AL (1214);
New lines into South Cahaba coal fields (1223);

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136Depot - Opelika, AL (1214);
New lines into South Cahaba coal fields (1223);

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137New lines into South Cahaba coal fields (1223);
Shops and yards - Cedartown, GA (1236);

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138Track material, prices (1239);
Creosote Plant construction file - Creosote, GA (1254);

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139Creosote Plant construction file - Creosote, GA (1254);.
Retired tracks, Henry Ellen branch (1259);

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140Retired tracks, Henry ellen branch (1259);
Citizens and Southern Bank building - Savannah, GA (1260);
Tracks, belt line and Southern Railway terminal station - Birmingham, AL (1272);

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141New lines and extensions, Statesboro to Register, GA (1286);
New lines and extensions, Florala, AL (1288);

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142Coaling station - Millen, GA (1300);
Additional facilities for storing coal - Savannah, Macon, and Industry, GA (1335);
Tracks for Edgar Brothers near McIntyre, GA (1336);

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143Sanitary water closets (1361);
Passing tracks, Columbus to Birmingham (1415);

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144Passing tracks, Columbus to Birmingham (1415);

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145Passing tracks, Columbus to Birmingham (1415);
Slip no. 3, shed N, Savannah Terminals, Savannah, GA (1422);
Depot - Albany, GA (1428);

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146Depot - Albany, GA (1428);

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147Depot - Albany, GA (1428);
Depot, joint with Atlanta and West Point Railroad Co. - Newnan, GA (1443);
Tracks for U.S. Government handling troops - Lytle, GA (1454);

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148Tracks for U.S. Government handling troops - Lytle, GA (1454);
25 Year Club (1456);
Tracks for B.F. Goodrich Co. - Augusta and Atlanta, GA (1477);
Docks and wharves - Savannah, GA (1496);
New lines and extensions, Savannah to Tybee Island (1499);

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149Gravel (Conley Pit) and Gravel Balasting - Dennis, GA (1505);
Tracks in train shed - Macon, GA (1507);

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150Tracks to Alabama Fuel and Iron Co., Margaret District (1521);
Freight depot extension, leased to Gibson-DeJournetter - Rome, GA (1544);

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151Freight depot extension, leased to Gibson-DeJournetter - Rome, GA (1544);
Grey Building (old office building), West Broad Street - Savannah, GA (1560);
Joint yard and agency with Western Railway of Alabama - Opelika, AL (1575);
Contracts and agreements (1580);

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152Contracts and agreements (1580);

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153Contracts and agreements (1580);
Standard colors for stations, section houses, etc. (1627);

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154Insurance - fires/fire extinguishers (1640);
Shelter sheds, gravel walks, etc. - Tybee Island, GA (1644);

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155Cotton handling (1656);

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156Passing tracks - Savannah and Tybee District (1700);
Tracks for Cotton States Seed and Fertilizer Co., Interstate Chemical Co., and Central Cotton Oil Co. - Macon, GA (1733);

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157Tracks for Cotton States Seed and Fertilizer Co., Interstate Chemical Co., and Central Cotton Oil Co. - Macon, GA (1733);
Track for Atlantic Compress Company - Albany, GA (1746);
Central of Georgia agreements with Augusta and Summerville, GA and Florida (1777);
Track for Cherokee Brick Co. - Macon, GA (1782);
Buildings, Churchill Warehouse, docks, and wharves - Savannah, GA (1796);

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158Buildings, Churchill warehouse, docks, and wharves - Savannah, GA (1796);
Passenger and freight depot - Sylacauga, AL (1848);
Inspection and track maintenance (Kudzu plants) (1870);

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159Retirements - General (1874);
Repairs to Wharf - Savannah, GA (1890);
Central of Georgia Hospital construction (1910);

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160Central of Georgia Hospital construction (1910);

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161Joint facilities with Louisville and Nashville Railroad - Montgomery, AL (1913);
Overpass, Brown Avenue - Columbus, GA (1934);

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162Paving River Street - Savannah, GA (1995);
Passing tracks - Columbus to Americus (2041);
Appropriations (2094);

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163Building and tracks, Armour and Co. - Macon, GA (2107);
Information furnished ICC (2136);
Industrial development along Savannah River - Savannah, GA (2141);

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164Telephones (2107);
Tracks to serve Bibb Manufacturing Co. - Columbus, GA (2150);
Concrete Coaling Station - Columbus, GA (2160);

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165Tracks to Mary Lee Railroad - Birmingham, AL (2206);

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166Tracks to Mary Lee Railroad - Birmingham, AL (2206);
Depot - Phenix City, AL (2264);

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167Depot - Phenix City, AL (2264);
Improvements to track facilities - GA (2288);
Track to serve Chattanooga Gas and Coal Products - Chattanooga, TN (2349);

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168Train yard and facilities - Chattanooga, TN (2378);

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169Train yard and facilities - Chattanooga, TN (2378);

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170Rearrangement of track - Macon Junction, GA (2498);
Rule books - General (2515);
Shelter sheds - General (2520);
Contracts with Savannah Warehouse and Compress Company - Savannah, GA (2522);

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171Contracts with Savannah Warehouse and Compress Company - Savannah, GA (2522);

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172Tracks and depot - Bleeker, AL (2538);
Tracks - Montgomery, AL (2565);
Tracks, Macon Crushed Granite Company - Bolingbroke, GA (2648);

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173List of section foreman (2702);

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174Washrooms for trainmen (2704);
Coaling stations (2707);
Applications for positions (2727);
Track, Industrial property - Hapeville, GA (2728);

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175Track, Industrial property - Hapeville, GA (2728);
Belt Line through Peach district (2733);

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176Report of stock killed (2744);
Tracks for Oconee Clay Products - Chattanooga district (2766);
Payroll deductions (war savings bonds) (2804);

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177Payroll data (2913);
Tracks to serve Dayton Veneer and Lumber Company - Arles, GA (2957);
Air Rights, Rich's, Whitehall to Forsyth Streets - Atlanta, GA (2968);

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178Air Rights, Rich's, Whitehall to Forsyth Streets - Atlanta, GA (2968);
Coal chute - Goodwater, AL (2981);
Unifications (3022);

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179Unifications (3022);

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180Tracks at Camp Benning - Columbus, GA (3092);

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181Change of line - Greenville district (3141);
Coal chute - Savannah, GA (3208);
Track to serve General Tire and Rubber Company, Binney and Smith, Inc. - Macon, GA (3211);
Track for companies - East Point, GA (3262);
High level bridge - Savannah, GA -(3327);

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182High level bridge - Savannah, GA (3327);
Bay Street viaduct - Savannah, GA (3342);
Second main line, Icing platform - Fort Valley, GA (3359);

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183Slips and yard track - Savannah, GA (3382);

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184Slips and yard track - Savannah, GA (3382);
Track for National Biscuit Company - Atlanta and Fort McPherson, GA (3405);
Joint tracks with NC and St. Louis Railroad - Atlanta, GA (3462);

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185Joint tracks with NC and St. Louis Railroad - Atlanta, GA (3462);
Freight house, platforms, track - Columbus, GA (3476);
Icing facilities - Industry, GA (3527);
Viaduct, 13th street - Columbus, GA (3598);
Track extension - Junction City, AL (3625);
Track for companies - Carrollton, GA (3642);
Track and lease of rail - Savannah, GA (3650);

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186Track for J.T. Gantt and Ralston Purina - Macon, GA (3651);
Acmar Mines 2, 3, 5 (3766);
Birmingham district grade revision (3775);

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187Birmingham district grade revision (3775);

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188Birmingham district grade revision (3775);

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189Birmingham district grade revision ( 3775);

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190Birmingham district grade revision (3775);

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191Depot - Thomaston, GA (3780);
Cooperative plan - School of Technology (3796);
Clisby Street underpass - Macon, GA (3838);
Proposed highway underpass - Henry Ellen, AL (3878);
Passing tracks - Columbus division (3879);
Tracks to Berry School - Rome, GA (3973);

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192Commercial buildings, on site of Old Passenger Station - Macon, GA (3988);
Tracks - Carrollton, GA (4047);
Track for Georgia Power Company - Yates, GA (4093);
Fourth Avenue underpass - Columbus, GA (4099);
Tracks for company - Albany, GA (4159);

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193Tracks for company - Albany, GA (4159);
Tracks, Birmingham Slag Company rock quarry - Borin, GA (4166);
Tracks, Alabama Fuel and Iron Company, Marketta Coal Company, and Acmor Mine no. 6 (4375);

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194Air space - Atlanta, GA (4416);
Tracks for companies - Macon, GA (4504);

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195Underpass - Birmingham, AL (4667);
Track for American Coach Company - Milledgeville, GA (4739);

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196Muscogee Junction, GA (4748);
Operating agreements - Savannah, GA (4762);

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197Operating agreements - Savannah, GA (4762);
Underpass - Rock Cut, GA (4763);
Fertilizer warehouse no. 15 - Savannah, GA (4846);
Tracks for companies - Savannah, GA (4894);

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198Federal government depot site - Rock Cut, GA (4902);
Tracks for companies - Childersburg, AL (4905);
Tracks for companies - Brickyard, AL (4908);

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199Tracks for companies - Hapeville, GA (4929);
Block signals - Albany and Savannah districts (4976);
Cahaba River bridge (5005);

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200Tracks for companies - Macon, GA (5032);
Tracks for companies - Macon, GA (5033);
Sale and lease of land (5034);

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201Sale and lease of land (5034);
Tracks for companies - Forest Park, GA (5036);
Fort Gaines dam - Reservoir project at Eufaula, AL (5037);

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202Switching - Milledgeville, GA (5038);
General file - Eufaula, GA (5041);
Track changes - Atlanta, GA (5069);

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203Track changes - Atlanta, GA (5069);
Flood control program - Americus, GA (5079);
Junction interlocking - Macon, GA (6001);

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204Buildings and tracks (213);
Terminals - Athens, GA (395);
Shops, yards, tracks - Macon, GA (400);
Transverse fissure rail failures (525);

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205Rail - General (661);
Ballast - General (667);
Mileage - General (1038);
Freight and terminal depot - Macon, GA (1062);

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206Shops, Columbus, GA (1095);
New lines - South Cahaba (1223);
Creosote plant construction - Macon, GA (1254);
Fire Insurance (1640);
Grade crossing - General (1162);
Birmingham district grade revision (3775);

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207Grade crossing.- General (1162);
Applications for and appropriations (1309);
Rivers and harbors committee (1431);

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208Rivers and harbors committee (1431);
Dock and wharves - Savannah, GA (1470);
Insurance - Fire (1487);

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209Insurance - Fire (1487);
Automobiles - Trucks (1506);
Derailments - General (18041;

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210Derailments - General (1804);
Motor cars, push cars (1871);
Creosote plant - Macon, GA (1914);

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211Creosote plant - Macon, GA (1914);

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212Creosote plant - Macon, GA -(1914);

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213Creosote plant - Macon, GA (1914);
Drainage - Goodwater, AL (1953);

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214Stock pens - General (2033);
Woolery Jr. Weed Burners (2059);

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215Contracts, concrete bars (1230);

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216Woolery Jr. Weed Burners (2059);
Contracts --Southern Railway, tracks used by Central and Seaboard Fair Street, Atlanta to Howell, GA (2338);
Jordan Spreaders (2370);
Depot - Childersburg, AL (3253);
Labor saving device on dock and wharf (3985);

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217Depot - Dunavant, AL (4077);
Sperry rail service (4331);

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218Sperry rail service (4331);
Power track wrenches (4700);
U.S. Post Office building - Port Wentworth, GA (5073);
Crossing signals - Birmingham district, Columbus division (5112);
1362AN-65 Right of Way Files, (INDEXED), 1833-1960, 146.0 boxes
These files concern cases involving right of way for the Central and its subsidiary lines. Included are correspondence, studies on property, maps, and tenant agreements. There is a general cross index which provides title of case, file number and division.
Arrangement: File number.
1362AN-75 Annual Reports, 1841-1946 1841, 1892-1946, 3.0 boxes
These reports were submitted to the Central's president, directors, and stockholders. They contain statements of conditions of rails, crossties, road bed and ditches, ballast, sidings, frogs and switches, water, wood, and coal stations, telegraph wires, shops and engines for the subsidiary lines of the Central. Boxes 1 and 2 also contain Superintendent's Reports.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AN-90 Station Water Report Book, 1945-1952, 2.0 volumes
These volumes record the number of gallons of water used and related expenses for the Columbus and Macon Divisions. Included are locations, station names, gallons pumped, costs of repairs, materials, and electric power.
1362AN-95 Engineers' Diaries, 1900-1916 1900-1901, 1908-1909, 1916, 3.0 volumes
The journals record the daily work of the Central's engineers along the lines east from Register, GA. They contain names of employees and engineers, dates, notes of weather and activities.
1362AN-110 Letter Books, 1888-1903, 7.0 volumes
These are letter books of the Assistant Engineers of the Central. They contain copies of general correspondence, of H.M. Steele, Chief Engineer; John M. Egan, Vice President; Walter Sissons; H.F. Sharpley, Jr.; and A. Johnson, Principal Assistant Engineer, dealing with business of the Engineering the Department.
Dated 1888-1903 1888-1890, 1897-1898, 1898-1900, 1903
1362AN-120 Payroll Records, 1907-1937, 1.0 box
These are payroll and related records which document expenditures concerning employees and specific projects. Also included are miscellaneous correspondence and inter-office memoranda.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AN-125 Field Notes, circa 1880-1940, 6.0 boxes
These books contain the notes recorded by the field engineers on work for the Central. There are two indexes for these books. The first is an index to surveys in books 726-757. There is also a general index to field notebooks which contains entries for companies, subjects, and type of field notes. Since many field notebooks have not survived, only a few entries point to extant volumes.
1362AN-130 Statistics Charts, 1922-1957, 1.0 volume
These are general statistics charts which show usage between 1922 and 1957. The records indicate the number of trains in operation, train hours and miles, tonnage moved, speed and the number of cars per train, daily cars, average miles per day, coal consumption, diesel switching, etc.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AN-135 Creosote Plant Operating Cost Analysis, 1913-1940, 1.0 volume
This record contains creosote plant monthly operating cost analysis sheets. They record type and amount of materials received for treatments, cost of treatment, treatment costs per unit and a recapitulation of operating costs.
1362AN-140 Photograph Album, 1924-1926, 1.0 volume View online.
This album documents the construction of the Birmingham district grade revision.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
1362AN-145 Passenger Equipment Drawings, 1955, 1.0 box
This are photocopies of equipment drawings that document the type of cars used by the Central. They indicate type of car and specific equipment such as air conditioned, Hyatt roller bearings, etc.
1362AN-148 Tickets, 1915, 1965, 1.0 box
This material includes a book of quarterly business tickets of the Central which entitled the J.H. Clarke family to trips between Griffin and Atlanta. Also included is a free pass belonging to Mr. M.B. Hardie, a foreman with the Central.
1362AN-150 Sample Reports, 1958-1961, 3.0 boxes
These reports document bridge inspections, switch inspections, speed checks, ballast reports, gauge reports and defective rail reports.
Arrangement: By division.
1362AN-155 Railroad Maps, 1898, 1.0 oversize folder
These maps show the proposed line between Andalusia, AL and Searight, AL. It indicates the location of buildings and ownership of property along the track.
1362AN-160 Photographs, 1900s, 1.0 box
These photographs show lines of tracks and stations of the Central. Itemized list follows this entry.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
1 - East end of Albany yard; looking west at Seventh Street View online.
2 - Albany District; looking west, 1937 February
3 - Albany District; River Bridge looking west
4 - Childersburg, Alabama; viaduct over Savannah River, 1937 February
5 - Birmingham District; Jackson Gap; looking west, 1937 February
6 - Columbus District; Junction City; looking west (2 copies) View online.
8 - Columbus District; Junction City, GA
9 - Albany District; looking west at point west of Smithville Depot, 1937 February
10 - Savannah District; looking west
12 - Brick arch over Ogeechee River canal; Savannah, GA
13 - Looking east entering Savannah, GA
14 - Freight Station; Savannah, GA
15 - Atlantic Coast Line Office building; Savannah, GA
17 - Track to Savannah
20 - Central Junction; looking east
21 - Central Junction, GA; looking west
22 - Savannah; looking west at coal chute
23 - Savannah, GA; coach shop
24 - Savannah Terminal
25 - Savannah Terminal; Central of Georgia water tank
26 - Savannah, GA; Bay Street yard water tower
28 - Savannah; looking South from Bay Street viaduct
30 - Albany District, train #2 at Lovejoy, GA
31 - Birmingham Terminal near station
32 - Birmingham Terminal near station
33 - Birmingham Terminal near station
34 - Birmingham District; Woodlawn Junction looking west
35 - Birmingham District, 2 miles east of Woodlawn junction looking west
36 - Birmingham District; 1/2 mile west of Irondale looking west
37 - Weems, Alabama Station; looking west
38 - Birmingham District; McCombs; looking west
39 - Birmingham District, Henryellen Branch; looking west
40 - Birmingham District; looking west
41 - Trestle over Southern Railway; Leeds, AL; looking west
42 - Birmingham District; end of block of Vandiver, AL
43 - Birmingham District; Pusher Engine at Sylacauga, AL
44 - Sylacauga; AL; looking west at Louisville and Nashville Railroad crossing
45 - Birmingham District; Hatchet Creek; looking east
46 - Birmingham District; Goodwater, AL; coal chute; looking west
47 - Birmingham District; looking west at point west of Alexander City, AL
48 - Birmingham District; looking west across Lake Martin Bridge
50 - Birmingham District; looking west at fill about 3 miles west of Opelika, AL
51 - Birmingham District; Opelika, AL; looking west at a point east of the depot
52 - Birmingham District; Chattahoochee River Bridge; looking west at Columbus, GA
53 - Columbus, GA; Passenger Station looking west
54 - Columbus, GA; looking west from a point 1/2 mile east of depot
55 - Columbus, GA
57 - Fort Valley, GA; Engine #480
58 - Albany District; looking east
59 - Albany District; trestle looking east
60 - Atlanta District; looking east from Third Street, Macon Terminal at viaduct to Macon
61 - Albany District; looking east from Atlanta, GA
62 - Albany District; Macon shops from Atlanta District viaduct
64 - Macon, GA; looking east at west entrance to Macon Passanger Station
65 - Macon, GA; looking east from east end of trace to Macon Passanger Station
66 - Macon, GA; Engine #475
68 - Atlanta District; looking east at a point east of Vineville, GA
69 - Atlanta District; looking east from a point west of the Creosote Plant
70 - Atlanta District; Barnesville, GA; looking west
71 - Macon Terminal Station; looking east
72 - Macon Terminal Station (2 different photos), 1937 February
73 - Atlanta District; Griffin, GA;· looking east
74 - Griffin, GA; Engine #477 (2 copies)
75 - Griffin, GA; looking west at Southern Railway Lines
76 - Griffin, GA; looking east
77 - Griffin, GA; looking west from depot
78 - Experimental, GA; looking west at crossing
79 - Macon Terminal; looking west from east end of viaduct
80 - Macon Terminal; looking west from point east of Walnut Street Bridge
81 - Ocmulgee Bridge; looking west
82 - Savannah District; looking west
83 - Savannah District; looking west from a point east of Atlanta District
84 - Tennille, GA; looking west
85 - Wadley, GA; looking west
86 - Georgia and Florida crossing; west of Midville, GA
87 - Herndon, GA; looking west
88 - Looking west at coal chute at Millen, GA
94 - Hampton, GA; looking east
97 - Atlanta District; Industry coal chute
99 - Atlanta District; train no. 2 at Lovejoy, GA
107 - Newnan, GA; A.P.W.P (?) coaling station
109 - Cedartown District; looking west at Carrelton, GA
123 - Trion, GA; looking west
126 - Chattanooga District; Chickamauga Park (2 different views)
127 - Chattanooga District; Chickamauga Park
128 - Chattanooga District; Chickamauga Park (2 different views)
135 - Chattanooga District; looking west at depot; Rossville, GA
138 - Birmingham mainline; looking west to terminal station
139 - Birmingham District; Leeds, AL, looking South from mainline
140 - Leeds, AL; mainline looking west (Southern Railway King)
141 - Birmingham District; looking west from a post out east of Steretts, AL (?)
145 - Birmingham District; mainline passing; looking west at Teammels, AL
146 - Birmingham District; train #9; on mainline west bound at Parkdale, AL
147 - Birmingham District; train #9; on mainline west bound at Parksdale, AL
148 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking, west from Hatchet Creek viaduct
149 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking west at Lake Martin
150 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking west at Jackson's Gap, AL
151 - Columbus District; mainline; looking west at Muscogee Junction
152 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking west at a point east of Jackson's Gap, AL
157 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking west at Cahaba River
159 - Coal Chute and stations; Millen, GA, 1939 April
160 - Box Car repairs (outside); Macon, GA, 1939 April
161 - Gantry Crane; car shop, Macon, GA, 1939 April
162 - East end car shop building, Macon, GA, 1939 April
163 - Yard lead to car shop; Macon, GA, 1939 April
164 - Gantry Crane over truck work; locomotive smithshop beyond highway in background; Macon, GA View online.
165 - North end erecting and machine shop building; Macon, GA, 1939 April
167 - Engine #773; Macon, GA, 1939 April
169 - Engine #467; Macon, GA, 1939 April
171 - Power plant, roundhouse; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
172 - Roundhouse; Columbus, GA; (2 copies), 1939 April
173 - Machinery; Engine #457; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
174 - Coal chute; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
175 - Auto weighing scale; coale chute; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
176 - Cinder conveyor; Columbus, GA, 1939 April View online.
177 - Planing Mill; car shop; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
178 - Car repair tracks; Columbus, GA, 1939 April
179 - Car repair tracks; Columbus, GA, 1939 April View online.
180 - Storehouse (note highway viaduct between car shop and roundhouse); Columbus, GA
181 - Engine #54; typical O-6-D Switcher; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
182 - Car repair shed; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
183 - Coal trestle (4000 feet west of roundhouse); Savannah, GA, 1939 April
184 - Coal trestle and coal buggies; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
185 - Passenger car shop; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
186 - Car shop and storeroom, next to roundhouse; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
187 - Side view of old roundhouse; Savannah, GA, 1939 April
188 - New roundhouse (built 1926) machine shop and old roundhouse (built 1860); Savannah, GA, 1939 April
193 - Savannah District; looking east at Meldrim, GA
194 - Tracks with station
202 - Atlanta District; Bonnesville, GA; looking east
203 - Tracks
204 - Tracks
205 - Birmingham District; mainline; looking west at Mondale
206 - Birmingham District; mainlines and Louisville and Nashville Railroad looking west at points west of Irondale
CG-01 - Station at Newnan, GA
CG-02 - Tracks View online.
CG-03 - Cedartown District looking east at Chattahoochee River Bridge
CG-04 - Industry yard, near Atlanta, 1933 September
CG-05 - Two men of the Railway Company
CG-06 - Tracks
CG-07 - Tracks with depot
CG-08 - Tracks with warehouse
CG-09 - Coal chute
CG-10 - Terminal and tracks
CG-11 - Tracks
CG-12 - Tracks with Factory (?)
CG-13 - Close up of tracks
CG-14 - Tracks
CG-15 - Trestle
CG-16 - Crossroads and depot
CG-17 - Tracks
CG-18 - Tracks
CG-19 - Man walking along with tracks
CG-20 - Crossroads with depot
CG-21 - Tracks
CG-22 - Tracks with train
CG-23 - Crossroads with farm houses
CG-24 - Tracks
CG-25 - Tracks with depot
CG-26 - Tracks with buildings and depot
CG-27 - Tracks with depot
CG-28 - Tracks
CG-29 - Engine #811
CG-30 - Tracks with depot
CG-31 - Tracks (2 different copies)
CG-32 - Tracks
CG-33 - Tracks with cars and water tower (?)
CG-34 - Tracks View online.
CG-35 - Tracks over river (trestle)
CG-36 - Tracks with tanks
CG-37 - Tracks near city (?)
CG-38 - Two engines, #405 and #406
CG-39 - Tracks with depot and automobiles
CG-40 - Tracks with cars and station
CG-41 - Train tracks,station, automobile and 3 men
CG-42 - Tracks, station and water tower
CG-43 - Tracks
CG-44 - Track stop sigh and crossing gate
CG-45 - Close up of tracks showing rails and ties
CG-46 - Tracks
CG-47 - Tracks
CG-48 - Three men, of Railroad Company, ?, ?, and Tom Hamilton
CG-49 - Columbus Yard
CG-50 - Water tank on the Central of Georgia
CG-51 - Macon, GA; freight house yard, from Atlanta District viaduct
CG-53 - Three men at Savannah Beach; Left to Right: T.A. Hamilton; F.E. Lyford; and R.C. Futterer
CG-52 - Three men at Savannah Beach; Left to Right: C. Futterer; F.E. Lyford; and T.A. Hamilton
CG-54 - Train yard of engines
CG-55 - Tracks leading to town
CG-56 - Tracks leading to town
CG-57 - Central of Georgia trains with factory in background
CG-58 - Tracks
CG-59 - Tracks with viaduct
CG-60 - Tracks
CG-61 - Tracks
CG-62 - Tracks
CG-63 - Tracks
CG-64 - Engine #495 View online.
CG-65 - Tracks, Albany District; Macon, GA
CG-66 - Industry, GA; coal chute View online.
CG-67 - Tracks, viaduct (?)
CG-68 - Tracks and cars
CG-69 - End of Central of Georgia track
CG-70 - Albany District; Macon, GA
CG-71 - Central of Georgia cars View online.
CG-72 - Central of Georgia #1010 (Engine) Macon, GA built 1893, 1931 May View online.
CG-73 - Coal chute; Macon,GA, 1939 April
CG-74 - F.E. Lyford and John Knapp; Stone Mountain, near Atlanta, GA
CG-75 - Tracks
1362AP Executive Department, 1838-1967
The Executive Department of the Central was the administrative branch of the company. Some of its duties included compiling the minutes for the Board of directors, stockholders, and executive committees; voting trustee and receivers' meetings; and the Railroad Mutual Loan Association. The department also issued annual reports to stockholders and the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC). This department also controlled the correspondence, speech, and subject files of the president. The Executive Department maintained the receivership/reorganization records of the company. Other records include rules and regulations, directories, reports, scrapbooks, photographs and Moody's Transportation Manuals.
1362AP-05 Minute Books of the Directors, Stockholders, and Executive Committee, 1859-1967, 27.0 volumes
These minutes were compiled by the Secretary who was appointed by either the Board of. Directors or the Executive Committee. Information includes lists of directors and officers, resolutions, financial reports, proxy authorizations, bonds canceled and approved, and committee reports.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AP-10 Minute Book of Receivers' Meetings, 1892, 1.0 volume
These minutes are from the meetings of the receivers of the Central. Included are lists of receivers, a proposal for a departmental restructuring, i.e. operating, traffic and accounting departments; and the dividend earnings for the Montgomery and Eufaula Railway Company for 1872 to 1882.
1362AP-15 Minute Book of Voting Trustees, 1949-1953, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the voting trustees of the Central. The voting trustees represented the interest of the stockholders for a period of 5 years, as a part of the formal reorganization plan. They elected the Board of Directors and provided recommendations for the management of the company. Included are names of the voting trustees, stockholders, correspondence, proxies, ballots, reports, and the Voting Trust Agreement of January 1, 1948.
1362AP-20 Clerks' Organization Files, 1930s, 2.0 folders
The Central of Georgia Railway Clerks' Organization was formed circa 1920 to represent the concerns and interests of the clerks. These files contain minutes, names of officers, correspondence, reports of dues collected and agreements.
1362AP-25 Minute Book of the Railroad Mutual Loan Association, (INDEXED), 1876-1889, 1.0 volume
The Railroad Mutual Loan Association was organized in 1876 as an investment and loan association for railroad employees. It was reorganized in August 1883 as the Railroad Loan Association of Savannah. These minutes record the business of the preliminary, regular, and special meetings of these organizations.
1362AP-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1838-1966 1838-1867; 1869-1877 1966, 4.0 boxes
These are the annual reports of the President and Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Central. These reports document the operations and financial affairs of the company and include lists of directors, officers and division superintendents. The volume dated 1896-1905, includes by-laws and amendments.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1838-1867, 1869-1877
1874-1895
1896-1955
1956-1966
1362AP-35 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1918-1962, 39.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, in accordance with provisions outlined in the Act of Regulate Commerce. These reports document the corporate and financial affairs of the Central and contain a brief history of the company; lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; stock information; and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1918-1962 1918-1919, 1921-1927, 1929-1937, 1939-1941, 1943-1952, 1955-1962
1362AP-45 Executive Correspondence Files, (INDEXED), 1890s-1940s, 57 boxes, 3 volumes
This is the correspondence of the Executive Department on a variety of topics such as lease agreements, construction, railway facilities, discontinuance of parts of the line, etc, The files indexes are divided into correspondence involving industrial locations and side tracks, vice presidents' correspondence, and presidents' correspondence.
Arrangement: By file number.
1362AP-50 Letter Book of Receivers, 1894, 1.0 volume
This letter book of the joint receivers, Hugh M. Comer and R. Somers Hayes, contains copies of correspondence concerning financial matters.
1362AP-55 Letter Books, (INDEXED), 1895-1900, 8.0 volumes
These letter books contain general correspondence of the presidents, receiver, and other officials. Included in these books are copies of letters, both sent and received.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AP-60 Letter Book of Hugh Comer, Receiver, (INDEXED), 1892-1895, 1.0 volume
This personal letter book of Hugh Comer, receiver, contains copies of letters dealing with personal and business activities.
1362AP-65 Presidents' Speech Files, 1924-1944, 2.0 boxes
These are copies of speeches given by the Presidents' of the Central to various organizations. The speeches were directed to civic, educational, agricultural, business, and railway organizations. The files indicate the name and location of the organization addressed, date and text of the speech.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, AL
Albany Chamber of Commerce, Albany, Ga
American Business Club, Savannah, GA
American Ceramic Society, Atlanta, GA
American Railway Association, Atlanta, GA
Annual Convention of Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroads
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Freight Bureau, Atlanta, GA
Citizens and Southern National Bank, Atlanta, GA
Cosmos Club, Savannah, Ga
Cotton Manufacturers Association, Augusta, GA
County Agricultural Association, Pearl Springs, GA
Dedication, Opelika, AL
Electrification Celebration, Chicago, IL
Georgia Association, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Education Association, Albany, GA
Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Society of New York, New York City, NY
International Railway Fuel Association, Chicago, IL
Joint Meeting of Civic Organizations, Opelika, AL
Kittle, C.M. - Dinner, Chicago, IL
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Alexander City, AL
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Andalusia, AL
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Atlanta, GA
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Cedartown, GA
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Champaign, IL
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Madison, GA
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Milledgeville, GA
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Swainsboro, GA
Kiwanis Club Meeting, Thomaston, Ga
Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs, Rome, GA
Master Boiler Makers Association, Atlanta, Ga
Memorandum - Speech, Chicago, IL
Montgomery Chamber of Commerce, Montgomery, AL
Pensioned Employees, Iowa and Minnesota Divisions, Waterloo, IA
Radio Broadcast - Station WAPI, Auburn, AL
Radio Broadcast - Sears Roebuck Station WLS, Chicago, IL
Radio Broadcast - Daily News Station WMAQ, Chicago, IL
Rotary Club, Albany, GA
Rotary Club, Americus, GA
Rotary Club, Champaign-Urbana, IL
Rotary Club, Chattanooga, TN
Rotary Club, Griffin, GA
Rotary Club, Savannah, GA
Rotary Club, West Point, GA
Rotary and Kiwanis Club, Troy, AL
Savannah Board of Trade party, Statesboro, GA
Southeast Shippers Advisory Board, Atlanta, GA
Southeast Shippers Advisory Board, Montgomery, AL
Southeast Shippers Advisory Board, New Orleans, LA
Southeast Regional Advisory Board, New Orleans, LA
Southeastern Economic Conference, Atlanta, GA
Southern Passenger Association, Savannah, GA
Southern and Southwestern Railway Club, Atlanta, GA
State College of Agriculture, Athens, GA
Statesboro Chamber of Commerce, Statesboro, GA
Traffic Study Club, Atlanta, Ga
University of Georgia School of Commerce, Athens, GA
University of Georgia Student Body, Athens, GA
YMCA, Hyde Park, Chicago, IL
Miscellaneous
1362AP-70 Presidents' Subject Files, 1940s-1960s, 311.0 boxes
The subject file categories include agreements and contracts, advertising, agriculture, appointments, budget, etc.
AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS (AC)
AC-1 General

Box

2-4AC-3 Railway Express Agency, Inc.
AC-5 Pullman Company
AC-6 Tracks and other material leased
AC-7 Western Union Telegraph Company
AC-9 Atlanta and West Point Railroad for trackage
AC-10 Robert R. Otis Company, Atlanta, GA
AC-11 Interstate Commerce Commission
AC-12 Allied Chemical and Dye Corp., Barrett Division
AC-13 Conveyance of air rights over Atlanta, GA, property to Rich's Inc.
AC-15 Lease of Courthouse Square property in Macon, GA
AC-17 Correspondence
AC-18 Exchange of air rights
AC-19 Georgia Railroad to handle carload traffic to State Hospital at Milledgeville, GA
AC-20 Trackage refunds with Standard Oil Company, Louisville, KY
AC-21 Oxweld Company
AC-22 Transfer of Agreements with Atlanta Transportation Systems
AC-23 Lease of space in Citizens & Southern Bank Building, Savannah, GA
AC-24 Contract between Central of Georgia and Georgia Power Company
AC-25 Easement from Southwestern Railroad
AC-26 Joint use of facilities, Meldrim, Ga
AC-27 Agreement with SEPCO to serve Diamond Construction Company
AC-28 Crossing at Arlington, Georgia
AC-29 Jones-Neuhoff Commission Company
AC-30 Gov. Herman E. Talmadge
AC-31 Westinghouse Electric Supply
AC-32 Agreement with railroad lines
AC-33 Linde Air Products Company
AC-34 Augusta and Summerville Railroad Co.
AC-35 State Highway Department of GA
AC-37 Atlanta Gas Light Company
AC-40 Lease of air rights, Atlanta, GA
AC-41 Right-of-way, Floyd County, GA
ADVERTISING (AD)
AD-1 Miscellaneous correspondence
AD-2 Pictures and correspondence
AD-3 Various agencies
AD-4 Various newspapers

Box

10-11AD-5 Specific publications
AD-6 Proposals regarding fires
AGENCIES (AG)
AG-1 General office
AG-4 Commercial and other outside agencies
AG-5 Local freight agencies
AGRICULTURE (AGR)
AGR-1 Miscellaneous
AGR-2 Injuries
AGR-6 Monthly reports on crop prospects

Box

16-17AGR-7 Various products
AGR-8 Correspondence regarding fairs
AGR-10 Correspondence on planting acorns
AGR-11 Statistics
AGR-14 National Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors
AGR-15 White-fringed beetle project
AGR-16 National Peanut Festival, Dothan, AL
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS (AM)
AM-1 Miscellaneous

Box

21-22AM-2 Information letters

Box

23-26AM-3 Meetings of board of directors
AM-5 Communications bills
AM-8 Monthly statements
ANNUAL REPORTS (AN)
AN-1 Railroads and industries
AN-2 Correspondence
APPOINTMENTS (AP)

Box

30-31AP-1 Promotions
AP-2 Retirements
AP-3 Obituary
AIR TRANSPORT (AT)
AT-1 Miscellaneous correspondence
AT-2 Use of helicopters
AT-3 Air travel cards
AUTHORITIES (AU)

Box

34-35AU-1 Expenditures

Box

36-37AU-2 Increased-Force

Box

38-39AU-3 Retirements

Box

40-42AU-4 Monthly reports
AU-6 Data for writing resolutions
BANKS (BK)
BK-1 Statements and correspondence
BRANCH LINES (BL)
BL-3 Sylvania Central Railway Company
BL-6 Southwestern Railroad
BL-7 Georgia and Alabama Railway
BL-8 Short Lines
BL-9 Roanoke Branch
BL-10 Durham Branch
BL-11 Miscellaneous lines
BL-13 Dothan to Hartford Branch
BL-14 Abandonments
BL-15 Short lines
BL-18 Ozark Branch
BL-20 Ft. Oglethorpe Branch
BL-21 Gordon-Porterdale Branch
BL-22 Ft. Benning Railroad
BUDGET (BU)

Box

48-51BU-1 General
CAMPAIGNS (CA)
CA-2 American Red Cross
CA-3 Cancer Drive

Box

53-54CA-4 Community Chest
CA-5 National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
CA-6 Tuberculosis and Health Association
CA-7 Crusade for Freedom
CA-8 Easter Seal Campaign for Crippled Children
CA-9 Georgia Heart Association
CA-10 United Cerebral Palsy
CONTRIBUTIONS (CB)

Box

56-57CB-1 Miscellaneous
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (CC)
CC-1 Miscellaneous correspondence
CC-2 Correspondence with other Chambers in the territory

Box

59-70CC-3 United States Chamber of Commerce
CODE BOOK (CD)
CD-1 Central of Georgia Railway
CLAIMS (CL)

Box

72-77CL-1 Correspondence

Box

78-79CL-2 Grade crossings
CL-4 Correspondence
CL-5 Newsome vs. Savannah and Atlanta Railway
CL-6 Lewis Singleton vs. Central of Georgia Railway
CL-7 R.L. Brown vs. Central of Georgia Railway
COMMISSARIES (CM)
CM-1 General
CONSTRUCTION (CN)
CN-1 Shelter at North Auburn, AL
CN-2 Relocation of Lakewood Ave. crossing, Atlanta, GA
CN-3 Rail connection by Chattahoochee River
CN-4 General office, Savannah, GA
CN-5 Terminal station, Chattanooga, TN
CN-6 Team track facilities, Andalusia, AL
CN-7 Georgia and Florida Railroad
CN-7 Georgia and Florida Railroad
CN-8 Track facilities, Atlanta, GA
CN-9 Southeastern Railroad
CN-10 Bay Street Viaduct, Savannah, GA
CN-11 University of Georgia, Athens, GA
CN-12 Track facilities, Hapeville, Ga
CN-13 Team tracks, Alexander City, LA
CN-14 Red building, Savannah, GA
CN-15 Track, Madison, GA
CN-16 Track, Newnan, GA
CN-17 Mountain Creek Bridge
CN-18 Track, Muscogee Junction, GA
CN-19 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, GA
CN-20 River Street, Savannah, Ga
CN-21 Savannah Passenger Station, Savannah, GA
CN-22 Tracks, Augusta, GA
CN-23 Bridge, Opelika, AL
CN-24 Union Station, Savannah, GA
CN-25 Hunter Street, Atlanta, GA
CN-26 Yard, Macon, GA
CN-27 Tracks, Macon, GA
CN-28 Bridge, Savannah, GA
CN-29 Tracks for government
CN-30 Underpass, Atlanta, GA
CN-31 Tennille freight depot
CN-32 Empire Industrial District, Atlanta, GA
CN-34 Proposed railroad
CN-35 Proposed extension
CN-36 Warehouse #9
CN-37 Track, Millen, GA
CN-39 Improvements
CN-40 Track, Dothan, AL
CN-41 Overpass, Montgomery, AL
CN-43 Track, North Columbus, GA
CN-44 Track, Birmingham, AL
CN-45 Card department
CN-48 Car repair facilities
CN-49 Proposed track
CN-50 Platform, Sand Hill, GA
CN-51 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, GA
CN-52 Bridge, Montgomery County, AL
CN-55 Track, Dry Branch, GA
CN-56 Proposed extension, Perry, GA
CN-57 Proposed construction, Macon, GA
CN-60 Changing channel, Silver Creek
CN-62 Trestle, Lavender, GA
CN-63 Track, Green Mills, GA
CN-65 Locker and lavatory facilities
CN-67 Track
CN-70 Depot, Pine Mountain, GA
COMPANY PROPERTY (CP)
CP-1 Miscellaneous
CP-2 Land owned by Empire Land Company
CP-3 Property in Dothan, AL
CAR SUPPLY (CS)
CS-1 General

Box

90-91CS-2 Per diem
CS-3 Per diem rules and regulations
CENTRA VILLA (CV)
CV-1 General
DEPARTMENTS (DE)
DE-1 Decreases and increases in force
DE-1 Miscellaneous correspondence
EXPENSE ACCOUNTS (EC)
EC-1 General
EC-2 M. J. Wise
EC-3 H. L. Perkins
EC-4 E. F. Bedez
EC-5 C. Newton Kidd
EXPORT-IMPORT (EI)
EI-1 General
EI-2 Ships at Savannah, GA

Box

99-101EI-3 Reports of local agent
EI-4 Monthly reports of ships docking Savannah, GA railroad facilities
EMPIRE LAND COMPANY (EL)
EL-1 General
EMBARGOS (EM)
EM-1 General
EQUIPMENT (EQ)

Box

105-106EQ-1 Miscellaneous correspondence
EQ-2 Tracks
EQ-3 Correspondence

Box

109-112EQ-4 Freight

Box

113-114EQ-5 Passengers

Box

115-118EQ-6 Locomotives
EQ-8 Correspondence about air conditioners
EQ-9 Railway post office cars
EQ-10 Correspondence about accounting and business machines
EQ-11 Statistical year book
EQ-13 Census of manufacturers
EXPENSES (EX)
EX-1 General
Ex-2 Correspondence discontinuing forms
EX-3 Correspondence discontinuing jobs
EX-3 Correspondence
EX-4 Correspondence on sale of scrap paper
EX-5 Correspondence re reduction in expenses
FARES (FA)
FA-1 Occupancy charges
FUNDS (FD)
FD-1 War bonds
FD-2 Correspondence about collateral trial bonds
FD-4 Correspondence about recurring expenses
FD-6 Conscience fund
FRUIT GROWERS EXPRESS (FGE)

Box

126-127FGE-1 General
FUEL SUPPLY (FS)
FS-1 Correspondence
FS-2 Coal
FREIGHT (FT)
FT-1 General
FT-1 General
FT-2 Movement of peaches
FT-3 Crop conditions
FT-4 Freight cars

Box

132-133FT-5 Freight with other carriers
FT-5 Freight with other carriers
FT-6 Interstate Commerce Commission Service orders

Box

135-141FT-7 Rates

Box

142-144FT-8 Movement of commodities
FT-9 Rail and motor truck connections
FT-10 Port of Mobile, AL
FT-12 Tracing cars
FT-13 Payment plan
GUIDES (GD)
GD-1 Territorial guide
HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT (HD)
HD-1 General
HD-4 Correspondence regarding permit for opium
HD-5 Correspondence regarding power of attorney
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION (ICC)
ICC-1 General
ICC-1 General
ICC-2 Annual reports
INDUSTRY (ID)

Box

151-152ID-5 Track changes
INSTRUCTIONS (IN)
IN-1 General
INSURANCE (IS)
IS-1 General
IS-2 Unemployment Act
IS-3 Employee's insurance
IS-5 Group insurance
ITINERARY (IT)
IT-1 P. B. McGinnis
LEGAL (LG)

Box

157-165LG-1 Reorganization
LG-1 Reorganization
LG-2 Receivership
LG-3 Anti-trust suit

Box

167-170LG-5 Government bills
LG-5 Government bills
LG-6 Resolution of transportation situation in U.S.
LG-7 Wheeler Bill
LG-9 Reed-Bulwinkle Act
LG-10 Central, Ocean Steamship Company, etc.
LG-11 Correspondence U.S. vs. C. E. Margret
LG-12 Correspondence re railroads power to borrow from banks
LG-13 Correspondence on compensation
LG-14 Subsidiary and terminal companies
LG-16 Correspondence on New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad
LG-19 McLean Securities Corporation
LUMBER AND TIMBER (LR)
LR-2 Purchase of lands
MAIL (MA)
MA-1 Packages
MA-2 Reports
MA-2 Reports
MEETINGS AND DINNERS (MD)
MD-1 Meetings attended

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177-178MD-2 Meetings not attended

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179-182MD-3 Minutes of directors

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183-184MD-4 Central of Georgia Railway Agent Assoc.
MD-5 Association of Southeastern Railroads
MD-5 Association of Southeastern Railroads and church organizations
MD-6 Chamber of Commerce, Statesboro, GA
MD-7 Kiwanis Club
MD-8 Lions Club

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190-191MD-9 Rotary Club
MD-10 Testimonial dinners.
MD-11 Savannah Traffic Club
MD-18 Southern Short Line Railroad Conference
MD-34 Hibernian Society, Savannah, GA
MD-40 Association of American Railroads
MD-41 Interagency Committee on Port Utilization
MD-42 Combined Chiefs of Staff
MD-43 Southeastern Railroad Tax Conference
MD-44 Humane Society of Chatham-Savannah, Inc.
MD-45 St. Andrew's Society
MD-46 The Ambassador's Club
MD-47 Atlanta Athletic Club
MD-48 Capitol City Club
MD-50 Proposed dinner at Chicago Club
MD-51 American-Korean Foundation
MD-52 Interstate Oil Compact Commission
MD-53 Georgia Medical Association
MILITARY (ML)
ML-1 General
ML-2 Government control of railroads
ML-3 Demobilization
ML-6 Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Atlanta, GA
MAPS (MP)
MP-1 Correspondence
MISCELLANEOUS (MS)
MS-1 Non-specific papers
MS-2 Letters of introduction
MS-3 Letters from outsiders
MS-4 Complaints
MS-5 Congratulations
MS-9 Personal political views of Central officers
MAINTENANCE (MT)
MT-2 Inspection reports
OPERATIONS (OP)
OP-1 General
OP-2 General
OP-3 General
OP-4 General
OP-5 General
OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAVANNAH (OS)
OS-1 Advertising
OS-2 -Compensation for boats

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203-206OS-2 Compensation for boats
OS-3 Contracts
OS-4 Equipment

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209-220OS-5 Financial

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221OS-7 Insurance

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222OS-8 Leased property

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223OS-9 Legal

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224-225OS-10 Harbors and slips

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226OS-11 Miscellaneous
OS-12 Organizations

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227OS-13 Personnel

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228OS-14 Rates and tariffs
OS-15 Solicitations

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229OS-16 Statistics

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230OS-17 Correspondence regarding annual reports
OS-18 Correspondence regarding applications for new carriers

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231OS-19 Charter
OS-21 Disposal of government boats

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232OS-22 Shipment of freight
OS-23 Maritime Commission
OS-24 Meetings and dinners not attended
OS-25 Meetings and dinners attended

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235OS-26 Seatrain operations

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236OS-26 Seatrain operations
OS-27 Publications

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237-238OS-28 Booklets, maps, etc.

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239OS-29 Applications to operate on Atlantic Coast
OS-30 Navigational instructions
OS-31 Correspondence re S.S. Frank H. Dodd

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240OS-33 Correspondence re Waterman Steamship Corp.
OS-34 Correspondence re power operate warehouse
OS-35 Real estate
OS-36 Proposed service to Puerto Rico, Cuba, etc.

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241OS-37 General business

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242OS-38 Jacksonville, FL, port
OS-39 Advisability study on property
OS-40 Estimate of car ferry service
OS-41 Reports re Ocean Steamship by F. J. Wall
ORGANIZATIONS (OZ)

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243OZ-1 Miscellaneous

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244OZ-2 Memberships

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245OZ-3 Committee for Economic Development

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246OZ-7 Southern Assoc. of Science & Industry

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247OZ-10 Southern States Industrial Council

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248OZ-12 Southeast Shippers Advisory Board
OZ-13 Pan American Railway Congress
OZ-14 Federation for Railway Progress

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249OZ-17 Alabama Railroad Association

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250OZ-20 Railway Tie Association
OZ-21 American Railway Engineering Assoc.
OZ-23 Railway Business Association

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251OZ-23 Railway Business Association
OZ-32 Capital City Club of Atlanta
OZ-33 National Industrial Traffic League
OZ-34 Junior Achievement, Inc.
OZ-42 Research Council for Economic Security
OZ-44 Savannah Port Society
OZ-45 National Association of Manufacturers
OZ-46 Southern Industrial Relations Conference
OZ-47 National Safe Transit Committee
OZ-50 Bureau of Business Research
OZ-52 Associated Executives Club
OZ-54 Training within Industry Foundation
OZ-56 Augusta National Golf Club
OZ-57 New York Railroad Club
OZ-58 Southeastern Law Center

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252OZ-76 Transportation Council for the Department of Commerce
SPECIAL SECTION/PERSONAL (P)

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253P-23 Miscellaneous matters with Trust Company of Georgia and Mrs. Lucius (Elsie) Taylor
P-49 Personal papers of Frank Schoenfield
P-240 Miscellaneous matters with Macy's and Montgomery Ward

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254P-254 Miscellaneous matters with First National Bank of Atlanta
P-279 Miscellaneous matters with Coca Cola
P-439 Real estate

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255P-508 Disability insurance
P-565 Apartment rental
P-576 Liberty National Bank and Trust Company, Savannah, GA
P-577 J. D. McCartney
PASSENGERS (PA)

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256PA-1 General
PA-3 Statistics
PUBLICATIONS [PB)

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257PB-1 General

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258PB-3 Articles sent by people

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259PB-4 Business Week
PB-7 Fortune
PB-10 Newsweek
PB-22 Brochures on Savannah, GA

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260PB-22 Brochures on Savannah, GA
PB-23 Railway Accounting Rules, 1949
PB-24 Railway Accounting Rules correspondence
PB-26 Progressive Farmer
PB-27 Railroad Newsletter
PB-28 Flow
PB-30 Moody's Investor's Service
PB-36 Indices of railroad ton-miles
PB-50 Official list of Central
PB-51 Railway purchases and stores

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261PB-51 Railway purchases and stores
PORT WENTWORTH CORPORATION (PC)

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262PC-1 General
PHOTOGRAPHS (PH)

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263PH-1 M. J. Wise
PH-2 B. J. Tarbutton
PERSONNEL (PL)

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264PL-1 General
PL-3 Agreements with brotherhoods

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265PL-5 Applications for employment
PL-7 Manpower
PL-9 Roster
PL-13 Correspondence re various employees
PL-15 Salaries

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266-268PL-16 Retirement

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269PL-16 Retirement
PL-17 Testimony before National Mediation Board
PL-18 Employees suggestion sysem
PL-19 Restoration of abolished positions
PL-20 Testimony before President's Emergency Board
PL-21 Diesel case
PL-22 Employees serving as jurors
PL-23 Travel expenses

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270PL-25 Salary comparisons
PL-26 Remuneration
PL-27 Wage increases
PL-28 Demerit system
PASSES (PS)

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271PS-1 General

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272-273PS-2 Requests for annual passes

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274PS-3 Trip passes
PS-4 Central of Georgia
PURCHASING AND STORES (PU)

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275PU-1 General
PU-2 Statements about orders
PU-3 Statements about savings
PU-5 Statements of ties purchased
PU-7 Correspondence re Clayton Anti-trust Act
POST WAR PLANNING (PW)

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276PW-1 General
PW-2 Conversion of war plant
PW-3 Labor
RECORDS (RC)

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277RC-2 Correspondence
REPORTS (RE)

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278RE-2 Accidents

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279RE-2 Accidents
RE-3 Monthly reports to President

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280-281RE-4 Monthly reports on traffic

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282RE-5 Monthly reports of Vice President and General Manager

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283RE-6 Reports to the board by the presidents
RE-7 Survey of property
RE-8 Correspondence with R. G. Page
RE-9 Survey and study, Columbus, GA
RE-10 Study of operations
REQUISITIONS (RQ)

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284RQ-1 Supplies
RQ-2 General
RQ-3 Orders
RQ-4 Stamps
RESERVATIONS (RS)

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285RS-1 General
RS-2 General
RS-4 Hotel
SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA RAILWAY (SA)

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286SA-1 Purchase
SCRAP (SC)

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287SC-1 General
SPECIAL OCCASIONS (SO)

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288SO-2 Armed Forces Day
SO-3 Kentucky Derby
SO-4 Dinner for Congressman Vinson
SO-5 Fritz Glantzberg Day
SO-6 Fiftieth Anniversary
SO-7 National Maritime Day
SO-8 Central of Georgia Day
SO-9 Railroad Appreciation Day
STATISTICS (ST)

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289ST-1 General
ST-2 Miscellaneous freight statistics

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290ST-4 Correspondence about 8:00 a.m.

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291ST-5 Correspondence about traffic density
ST-6 Railroad earnings
ST-7 Correspondence about vouchers
ST-8 Freight and passenger business
ST-9 Cars handled
ST-11 Operating expenses
ST-12 Comparisons
ST-13 Commodities delivered
ST-14 Charts
ST-15 Yager Formula
ST-16 Operating expenses
ST-17 Correspondence about terminal expenses
ST-18 Maintenance of equipment
ST-19 Commodities

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292-294ST-20 Correspondence from Bidez
TERMINAL COMPANY (TC)

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295TC-1 Miscellaneous
TC-3 Board meetings

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296-297TC-3 Board meetings
TRAIN SERVICE (TS)

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298TS-1 Miscellaneous
TS-2 Restaurants
TS-3 Fares

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299TS-4 Schedule of passengers
TS-6 Revenues and expenses

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300-301TS-6 Revenues and expense

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302TS-7 Revenues
TS-8 Service
TS-10 Segregation

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303-305TS-12 Correspondence re revenues & expenses

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306TS-13 Special movements

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307-309TS-15 Correspondence about discontinuing trains
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH (TT)

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310TT-1 Priority on calls
TT-2 Telegrams
TT-3 Bills
TT-4 Directories
TT-5 Lines
TT-7 Service on cars
TAXES (TX)

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311TX-2 Federal
TX-3 Alabama
TX-4 Georgia
1362AP-75 Receivership/Reorganization Records, 1932-1948, 13.0 volumes
These records document the administrative orders and judicial proceedings of the United States District Court-Southern District of Georgia. They concern the receivership and reorganization of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Included in these records are various petitions and orders such as judgment payments, car trust notes, appointments, tax payments, compensation of receivers, sale and retirement of property, rules and regulations of the Central Hospital Department, and miscellaneous financial statements. Volumes 12 and 13 document the consummation of the reorganization plan. Volumes include the documents of reorganization, the Interstate Commerce Commission report, minutes of the meetings, contracts, and deeds.
Arrangement: Case number.
1362AP-85 Receiver's Inventory, 1932, 1.0 volume
This volume gives an itemized inventory and summary of material on hand as of December 19, 1932. It is organized by classification of material and indicates material, description of material, quantity, unit type, price and total.
1362AP-175 Contracts and Agreements, (INDEXED), 1849-1941, 17.0 volumes
These books are record of contracts and agreements between the Central and various companies with whom they did business. Included in each contract is the name of the companies involved, contract number, date of contract, terms and conditions of the agreements, and signatures of the president and witnesses.
Arrangement: By contract number.
1362AP-180 Agreement between the Director General of Railroads and the Central of Georgia Railway Company and other corporations, 1919, 1.0 volume
This is an agreement between the Director General of Railroads, the Central and other subsidiary lines governing the operation of the lines. Included in the agreement is the Wadley Southern Railway Company, Atlanta Terminal Company, Sylvania Central Railway Company, Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah, Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company, and the Louisville and Wadley Railroad Company.
Arrangement: Unarranged.
1362AP-185 Rules and Regulations, 1917-1931, 1.0 box
These are regulations governing the Central, its departments, and employees. Regulations governing the organization and administration of the Pension Department was established for the benefit of employees who rendered faithful service. Safety Rules contains information on train and engine employees, station employees, maintenance of way, maintenance of equipment, and stores employees. Rules governing the employment and pay of employees in the Maintenance of Way Department contains employee rules for this department. Rules and Regulations of the Transportation Department contains general rules for single and double track, signals, train orders, and rules for Transportation employees. Rules and Regulations governing working conditions of clerical employees contains regulations for the working conditions of clerical workers. Rules for the government of employees contains rules to govern all railroads operated by the Central.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362AP-188 Directories, 1957, 1961, 1.0 box
These are official lists of all officers, agents, attorneys, surgeons, stations, etc. of the Central.
1362AP-190 Reports, 1941, 1950, 1.0 box
These reports are from studies of the Central by J.S. Pyeatt, Harry Hastings Kiernan, and Coverdale and Colpitts and were used to evaluate the property of the Central and its subsidiary lines.
1362AP-195 Moody's Transportation Manuals, 1944-1962 1944, 1947-1953, 1955-1962, 16.0 volumes
These are reference books for investors on the entire transportation industry. Prior to 1952, Moody's dealt primarily with railroads. The manual was then expanded to include airlines, steamship companies, electric railway, bus and truck lines, oil pipe lines, bridge and canal companies, and more. The manual was designed primarily to be used by investors in stocks and bonds.
1362AP-200 Scrapbooks, 1891-1950, 1 box, 3 volumes
These scrapbooks include notices of appointments, regulations, memoranda, and pictorial minutes of the happy hours at quarterly meetings of the Board of Directors.
1362AP-215 Photographs, 1836-1968, 1.0 box , 1 framed picture
These photographs include a framed print of past presidents, Robert W. Groves taken by Fabian Bachrach, a testimonial dinner to Herrel P. Callaway at the University Club December 29, 1941 (by the Standard Flashlight Company, Inc. New York), a poultry and livestock show by Purina Chows, and B.F. Michell (?).
1362AT Hospital Department, 1907-1957
The Hospital Department of the Central had many responsibilities. Some duties include issuing annual reports which provide information on the operational affairs of the department. The department was also responsible for keeping a medical expenditures register which recorded medical expenditures of Central employees.
1362AT-10 Medical Expenditures Register, 1907-1912, 1.0 volume
This register records medical expenditures for the Central's employees. It contains names of employees, occupation, division, surgeon, and expenditures.
Arrangement: Chronological.
Quantity: 1 cu. ft.
1362AT-20 Annual Report, 1957, 1.0 folder
This is the 13th annual report of the Hospital Department of the Central which provided information on the operational affairs of the Department. Included are lists of the hospital staff for the Savannah, Macon and Columbus Divisions, consultants for the hospital, a brief report from the chief surgeon, balance sheets, and a listing of the type and number of operations performed.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ Land and Tax Department, 1835-1963
The Land and Tax Department of the Central was responsible for maintaining deed and tax registers, and all rental registers and ledgers. It also maintained a fire losses register, voucher register, and registers showing all leases and contracts held by the Central.
1362BJ-10 Deed Registers, 1835-1926, 4.0 volumes
These registers record property transactions made by the Central and its subsidiary lines. Included are the deed number, name of person from whom the property was purchased, recording information (date, book and page number), and remarks. These records are partially indexed by the Deed Register Index.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by County.
Quantity: 1.0 cu. ft.
1362BJ-30 Tax Register, 1915-1931, 1.0 volume
This register was used to record the amount of taxes paid, state, county and city and includes the voucher number, date of tax, location involved, amount of tax, and remarks.
Arrangement: Chronological.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-40 Rental Ledger, (INDEXED), 1897-1918, 1.0 volume
This ledger records rental transactions between the Central and its tenants. Included in the record are the tenants' name, description and location of rental property, lease number, and amount of payment.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-50 Rent Registers, (INDEXED), 1897-1963, 2.0 volumes
These registers were used to record rental agreements and transactions made by the Central and its subsidiary lines. Included is the date, tenant, location, description of the premises rented, date of rental, term of lease, and amount of payment.
Arrangement: By Location.
Quantity: 1.5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-90 Voucher Register, 1897-1912, 1.0 volume
This register records expenditures for the Real Estate and Tax Agent Department of the Central. Included are date of expenditure, department number, auditors number, parties involved, date of payment, amount of payment, Georgia and Alabama taxes paid, expenditures, and remarks.
Arrangement: Chronological.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-100 Fire Losses Register, 1923-1925, 1.0 volume
This register was used by the Central to document· fire damage. Included is the date of the fire, location, type of structure damaged, claim and settlement, and cause.
Arrangement: By Division.
Quantity: .25 cu. ft.
1362BJ-105 Contracts and Agreements Register, 1885-1900, 1.0 volume
This register contains information pertaining to the contractual agreements of the Central. Included is the contract number, the company or individual, the date, remarks and descriptions.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-110 Rental Cashbook, 1897-1911, 1.0 volume
This book was used to record cash received for rental property. Included is the date of the receipt, parties involved, amount of payment, and remarks.
Arrangement: Chronological.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-115 Leases and Contracts Register, (INDEXED), 1889-1915, 1.0 volume
This register was used to record lease agreements for the Central. Included is the location of the property, contract number, lessee, date, annual rental payment, size of property, description, expiration date, and remarks.
Arrangement: Geographic.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362BJ-120 Contracts and Agreements, 1870's-1900's, 1.0 box
These records are contracts, agreements and miscellaneous record of the Central. Included are bank bonds, certificates of indebtedness, corporate charters, correspondence, list of company officers and directors, court documents, bank receipts, and agreements.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362CL Public Relations Department, 1856-1963
The Public Relations Department of the Central was responsible for issuing the Right Way Magazine, Talking Points, Monthly Advertisements, as well as other miscellaneous publications. Each of these items contain information on the Central's business, agricultural, etc. activities and its employees.
1362CL-10 Right Way Magazine, 1914-1963, 9.0 boxes , 453 issues. View images: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9.
The Right Way Magazine, was a monthly publication of the Central and contained news about the Central and its employees. These magazines contain information on new services of the Company, up-dates on agricultural activities, notes on annual meetings, social activities and events, editorial notes, talking points, and birth and marriage announcements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
Quantity: 3.4 cu. ft.
Index to Right way & Central of Georgia Magazines is at the end of this binder. List of boxes at front
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1-81362CL-15 Talking Points, 1921-1950 1921-1938, 1940-1950
These records are a bulletin of the Central which was distributed once or twice a month by the President of the Company containing information about the Company and its business.
Quantity: 4 cu. ft.
1362CL-20 Publications, 1856, 1899, 1903, 1924, 1935, 1.0 box View online.
These are publications of the Central relating to its organization and operation within the state and community. Included is A Sketch of Savannah, Historical and Topographical, which was issued by the Passenger Department. The Unconquered Spirit of Savannah, a speech by Mayor Thomas Gamble on the Centennial Celebration of the Central. Central of Georgia Railway Centennial and Pageant 1835-1935 Program, which contains advertisements, list of cast members and acts of the play, "Redskins to Railroads", and a list of Centennial Celebration Committee members. Official Guide of the Central of Georgia Railway Company was used to promote the Central and includes articles on agriculture, education, industries, livestock and poultry, timber and waterpower on Central property, description of geographical divisions of the railway lines, and a list of offices and agents. Port Terminals of the Central of Georgia Railway Company, Ocean Steamship Company, and Merchants and Miners Transportation Company in Savannah, Georgia was issued by the Freight Traffic Department and includes a collection of photographs and descriptions of the port terminals. List of Saw Mills located on Central of Georgia Railway and Branch Lines was issued in connection with the Traffic Department. Fruits of Industry was issued in connection with the Traffic Department and contains a list of officers and agents, information on the Central and its assets, and photographs by Pierre Havens.
Arrangement: Unarranged.
Quantity: .10 cu. ft.
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1362CL-30 Monthly Advertisements, 1922-1938, 8.0 boxes
These advertisements were published by the Central and distributed to the general public. They include a review of conditions of railroads for the previous year.
Quantity: 4 cu. ft
1362CT Traffic Department, 1897-1944
The Traffic Department of the Central was responsible for maintaining mileage books, expenditure reports, salt content books, locomotive equipment registers, and revenue forecast reports. This department also includes a report on equipment leased.
1362CT-10 Mileage Books, (INDEXED), 1918-1928, 2.0 volumes
These books document track mileage and provides line profiles for the Central and its connections. The volumes contain information on track mileage for divisions, location, mile post, and remarks. Volume 2 also contains an index to passenger mileage and station numbers.
Quantity: 1.0 cu. ft.
1362CT-30 Equipment Lease, 1916, 1.0 folder
This is a bound unsigned copy of the equipment lease from the Commercial Trust Company to the Central, January 3, 1916.
Quantity: .25 cu. ft.
1362CT-40 Expenditures for Systems and Equipment Report, 1897-1915, 1.0 volume
This is a classified record showing all expenditures for roadway projects as reported on statements of extraordinary expenditures for the fiscal years 1897 to 1915. It includes memoranda, descriptions of additions and betterments, locomotive descriptions and safety appliances.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362CT-50 Revenue Forecast, (INDEXED), 1943, 1.0 volume
This report forecasts revenue for freight, passengers and miscellaneous items for an average normal year for the Central. It was prepared by W. McN. Knapp, Chief Traffic officer. It contains list of railway operating revenues, description of the methods of forecasting freight revenue, population of U.S. by state, statistics of farm land use, gross income on farm production, mileage, agricultural products, and passenger revenue.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362CT-60 Scrapbook of AGA Reflector Signals, 1926, 1.0 box
This scrapbook was sent to the Central by the American Gas Accumulator Company of New Jersey to examine and evaluate new reflectors signals. It contains photographs and blueprints of the reflector signals.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362CT-70 Salt Content Books, 1923-1944, 2.0 volumes
These volumes record the salinity of the Savannah River. They contain charts indicating date of the test, river stage, wind velocity and direction, phase of the moon, salt content per gallon, and salt content at high and low tides.
Quantity: .5 cu. ft.
1362CT-80 Track Mileage Books, 1917-1929, 4.0 volumes
These books document track mileage of the Central in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. Included are the location of the survey, main and side track mileage, station numbers, description of the track, and date.
Arrangement: By County.
Quantity: 2.0 cu. ft.
1362CT-100 Equipment Report, 1913-1930, 1.0 volume
This report records the changes made in equipment during a specific time span. It shows the date, the type of equipment being reported, the A.F.E #, equipment number, owner, lessee, description of equipment, number affected by change, description of changes made, date of change, amount owed, credit account number, depreciation, and the total cash due.
Quantity: 3.0 cu. ft.
1362CT-110 Locomotive Equipment Registers, 1903-1952, 3.0 volumes
These registers were used to record the repairs done on the locomotives of the Central. They document the class of the repair, location of the shop, date in and out for repair, labor cost, material cost, total of all repairs. It gives the locomotive number; class of locomotive maker; dimensions and weight.
Quantity: 3.0 cu. ft.
1362DE Albany Passenger Terminal Company Records, 1910-1971
The Albany Passenger Terminal Company was chartered for 101 years in 1911 by the State of Georgia. The Company owned and operated 33 miles of track in Albany, Georgia. The Company facilities were leased by several railroads; including the Central of Georgia Railway Company, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the Albany and Northern Railway, and the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
1362DE-10 Annual Reports to Stockholders, 1952-1957 1952-1954, 1957, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Albany Passenger Terminal Company. They document the operations and financial affairs of the company and include lists of directors, officers, stockholders, and tenant companies.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DE-20 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919, 1.0 volume
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Albany Passenger Terminal Company and contains a brief history of the Company; lists of directors, corporate officers, and stockholders; stock information; and financial statements.
1362DE-30 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders, 1911-1971, 3.0 volumes
These are minutes of the Board of Directors and Stockholders of the Albany Passenger Terminal Company. Their meetings were held annually in Savannah, GA although the Board met whenever prescribed by the Directors. Included are lists of officers, directors, and stockholders: proxy authorizations; articles of incorporation; by-laws and amendments; contracts; correspondence; and miscellaneous financial records.
Book 1 is indexed.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DE-40 Proxy Books, 1912-1936, 1.0 volume
This is a proxy book of the Albany Passenger Terminal Company and contains letters and appointments authorizing specified persons to represent and vote for stockholders at various meetings. The proxy appointments include the names of the stockholder and proxy, the date of the meeting to be attended by the proxy, and the date of the appointment.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362DE-50 Voucher Register, 1910-1914, 1.0 volume
This register was used by the Albany Passenger Terminal Company to record voucher expenditures and includes the month of transaction, voucher number, type of transaction, and the amount of the expenditure.
This book has been mislabelled as a day book.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362DK Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company Records, 1915-1950
The Atlanta and LaGrange Railroad Company was incorporated on December 27, 1847 with the purpose to "buy, hold and sell real and personal property." The line ran from Atlanta, Georgia to LaGrange, Georgia. On December 14, 1849, the Atlanta and LaGrange Railroad extended its line to West Point, Georgia, near the Alabama border, and agreed to share this section with the Macon and Western Railroad. On December 22, 1857 the name was changed to the Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company.
On September 28, 1868 due to the circumstances of the Civil War, the Atlanta and West Point was relieved of its taxes from the years 1866 and 1867 in order to recover financially. By 1892, the Central Railroad and Banking Company and the Georgia Railroad owned the majority of stock in the Company thus controlling the operations. During the next few years the Central defaulted on its rental payments causing it to lose control of the Atlanta and West Point. In 1901, the Atlanta and West Point was leased by the now reorganized Central of Georgia Railway. The Central remained in control as the principal stockholder until 1944 when it disposed of its stock releasing the Central's hold over the Company.
1362DK-5 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 19195-1950, 1.0 box
These are annual reports of the Board of Directors to stockholders of the Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company. They document the operations and financial affairs of the company and include audit reports; lists of officers and directors; board resolutions on the death of officers and directors; and a track map showing the lines of the Atlanta and West Point Railroad and the Western Railway of Alabama.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1915-1950 1915-1916, 1921-1922, 1924, 1928-1950
1362DN Atlanta Terminal Company Records, 1917
The Atlanta Terminal Company was incorporated in 1903 and leased by the Central of Georgia Railway. The company operated a few miles of track in the vicinity of the Atlanta, Georgia terminal. In addition to the Central, the Terminal Company also served the Atlanta and West Point Railroad, the Southern Railway, Seaboard Air Line Railroad, and the Atlanta, Birmingham, and Atlantic Railway.
1362DN-10 Consultant's Report - "Railroad Passenger Facilities in the Atlanta Georgia Terminal", 1917, 1.0 volume
This report resulted from a study of Atlanta railroad passenger facilities by Alfred Fellheimer, a New York architect. The report was used by the Atlanta Terminal Company to determine the feasibility of enlarging its terminal facilities and further developing their property. Included are drawings and plans of the company's property and the Atlanta Terminal Station, a list of railroads using terminal facilities in the Atlanta area, and a summary of options and recommendations for future development.
1362DR Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company Records, 1926
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company was chartered in 1836 in Virginia as the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad. In 1898, the Railroad merged with the Petersburg Railroad and changed its name to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad of Virginia.
Two years later the railroad merged with the Norfolk and Carolina Railroad, the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad of South Carolina. At that time, the name was changed to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
During the next four decades, the railroad acquired several other lines and built a network throughout much of the Southeast.
1362DR-5 Photograph Album of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Facilities in Savannah, 1926, 1.0 box
This album documents the completed construction of an office building, freight shed, and warehouses in Savannah, Georgia that were built for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company in 1926. The construction was done by Dwight P. Robinson and Company, Incorporated. Included are black and white photographs showing both interior and exterior views of the buildings, and a brief summary of the project.
1362DW Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company Records, 1849-1953
The Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company was originally incorporated as the Augusta and Waynesboro Railroad Company on December 31, 1838. The Company operated a 53-mile route from Augusta, Georgia to Millen, Georgia; where it met the lines of the Central Railroad and Banking Company. The Central Railroad and Banking Company leased the line in 1852. On February 16, 1856, the Company's name was changed to the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company.
On October 24, 1895, the reorganized Central of Georgia Railway Company obtained a 101-year lease of the Augusta and Savannah. Stockholders voted in 1947 to convey all assets of the company to the Central by 1949. At this point they voted to liquidate the company. An act of dissolution was passed by the Georgia State Legislature in 1951. The Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company was finally liquidated and its charter surrendered in 1953.
1362DW-10 Cashbooks, 1909-1951, 2.0 volumes
These books provide a record of cash receipts and disbursements of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. They include the date; the amount; and the type of transaction: and balance statements.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362DW-20 Journal (Bookkeeping), 1915-1951, 1.0 volume
This is a bookkeeping journal of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. It includes annual statements of income and disbursements, showing income sources and identifying the accounts to which funds were assigned for disbursement, such as interest, dividends, salaries, leases, and investments.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DW-30 Ledger (Indexed), 1904-1948, 1.0 volume
This ledger, of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company, includes names and numbers of accounts, dates and amounts of transactions, and balances.
Arrangement: Chronological by account
1362DW-40 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders, 1849-1951, 2.0 volumes
These minutes document the meetings of the Board of Directors and the annual meetings of the stockholders of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. Minutes to several finance committee meetings are also included in the book dated 1942-1951. Included are reports on meeting proceedings; lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; copies of by-laws and amendments; newspaper clippings; resolutions; leases; receiverships; foreclosures; and stock ownership.
Records in the volume dated 1942 to 1951 are not in chronological order.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362DW-50 Stock Certificate Stub Books, 1850-1868, 2.0 volumes
These books were maintained by the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company and contain stubs for stock certificates 1-1495. Cash stubs include the certificate number, the name of the stockholder, number of shares covered by the certificate, and the date of purchase or transfer.
The book dated 1850-1857 also includes blank certificate forms bearing the name the Augusta and Waynesboro Railroad, the original name of the Augusta and Savannah.
Arrangement: Chronological by certificate number.
1362DW-60 Stock Transfer Certificate Books, 1850-1866, 1.0 volume
These books contain certificates documenting stock transfers by stockholders of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. The certificates include the names of the persons involved in the transfer, the number of shares transferred, and the date of transfer.
Arrangement: By certificate number.
1362DW-65 Stock Transfer Ledger, 1891-1908, 1.0 volume
This ledger was used by the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company to record the transfer of stock ownership. Information includes the name of the stockholder, stock certificate numbers, number of shares owned, when and from whom shares were acquired, number of shares transferred, and when and to whom shares were transferred.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by name of stockholder.
1362DW-75 Subject File, 1895-1953 1895, 1951-1953, 1.0 box
This file provides information on the relationship of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company with the Central of Georgia Railway Company at the time of the Central's 1895 reorganization and during the liquidation of the Augusta and Savannah. Included is the 101-year lease agreement between the two railroads; a copy of the minutes from the Central's first meeting of its Board of Directors after the 1895 reorganization; brief historical notes on the Augusta and Savannah Railroad; and miscellaneous correspondence.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DW-85 Trial Balance Book, 1942-1950, 1.0 volume
This record, used for bookkeeping purposes, documents revenue sources and expenditures for the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. The book consists of totaled lists of debit and credit account balances prepared quarterly and at year's end through 1948, and at year's end only for 1949 and 1950.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DW-95 Annual Report of Stockholders, 1941, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders of the Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. These reports document the operations and financial affairs of the Company, and include lists of directors, officers, and stockholders, and tenant companies; brief operational reports from the president; and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362DZ Augusta Union Station Company Records, 1901-1904
The Augusta Union Station Company was chartered in 1901, for 101 years by the State of Georgia. According to its charter, the company was founded to operate a railroad within the city of Augusta, "whose general direction will be on such line as may be necessary to connect several of the railroads centering in the said City of Augusta." By 1904, several railroads, including the Central of Georgia Railway Company, had agreed to lease the one-half mile of track and terminal facilities operated by the company.
1362DZ-20 Structural Papers Book, 1903-1904, 1.0 volume
This book documents the formation and organization of the Augusta Union Station Company. Included are copies of the Company's charter and by-laws; Augusta City Council ordinances relating to track and terminal facilities construction; deeds; leases and contracts; minutes of directors' and stockholders' meetings; and the first mortgage agreement with the safe Deposit and Trust Company of Baltimore in 1903.
1362EN Brinson Railroad Company Records, 1906-1917
There is not enough substantial information for a complete history at this time.
1362EN-10 Journal (Bookkeeping), 1906-1912, 3.0 volumes
These records are bookkeeping journals for the Brinson Railroad Company. They include construction costs, revenue from various sources, miscellaneous expenses of the company, and annual statements of income and disbursements.
Arrangement: chronological.
1362EN-20 Ledger, 1906-1911, 3.0 volumes
These Brinson Railroad Company ledgers list income and expenditures, including advertising costs, material costs, maintenance of expenses etc.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362EN-30 Cash Book, 1913-1917, 1.0 volume
This cash book for the Brinson Railroad Company records cash receipts and disbursements of the company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FA Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia Records, 1837-1948
The Central Railroad and Canal Company of Georgia was the first railroad that connected Georgia's coastline to its interior. The railroad was incorporated on December 20, 1833, for the purpose of "opening a canal or railroad communication for the city of Savannah to the interior of the state. . . to buy, hold, and sell real and personal estate, make contracts, sue and be sued, to make by-laws, and to do all lawful acts properly incident to the corporation..." On December 14, 1835, the Central Railroad and Canal Company amended its charter to include railroad banking privileges and changed the company name to the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia. In 1843, the line was completed and ran 191 miles from Macon, Georgia to Savannah, Georgia.
The Civil War severely damaged the Central's operating lines. As a result, in 1865, the Central Railroad and Banking Company was placed under federal control and repairs were begun. By 1869, the company had recovered and had leased 258 miles of track the Southwestern Railroad. In 1872, it acquired the Macon and Western Railroad which connected the Central to Atlanta, Georgia.
The company continued to grow during the 1880's, however, it was forced to reorganize in the early 1890's, its assets drained by Wall street investors.
On January 1, 1894, the company was officially placed into receivership under the direction of Hugh M. Comer and Richard S. Hayes. In the fall of 1895, several properties, owned by the Central Railroad and Banking Company, were auctioned and purchased under foreclosure by a reorganization committee. The newly reorganized Central of Georgia Railway Company was incorporated on October 14, 1895, and took control of most of the Central Railroad and Banking Company's holdings.
1362FA-10 Minute Book of Stockholders and Directors, 1937-1948, 1.0 volume
These are minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia. The meetings were held annually in Savannah, GA although the Board met whenever prescribed by the directors. Included are lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; proxy authorizations; contracts; correspondence; miscellaneous financial records; and various drawings of the Central's Savannah Railway Station.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FA-20 Receivership and Reorganization, 1893-1896, 1.0 volume
This record documents the administrative orders passed by the Court of the United States, Eastern Division of the Southern District of Georgia, concerning the receivership of the Central of Georgia Railroad and Banking Company. Included are various petitions and orders such as: judgement payments, car trust notes, appointments, tax payments, compensation of receivers, and the sale of outside payments.
1362FA-30 Thirteen Maps showing location of Central Railroad from Macon, GA to Savannah GA, 1837-1841, 1.0 volume
This book documents the location and ownership of properties along the Central Railroad and Banking Company tracks between Macon, GA and Savannah, GA.
1362FA-40 Right of Way and other land from Savannah, GA to Millen, GA, 1883, 1.0 volume
This book contains profiles which were used to show the right of way of the Central Railroad and Banking Company between Savannah, GA and Millen, GA.
1362FA-50 Decisions of the U.S. Court for the Southern District of Georgia, 1892, 1.0 box
This record documents several court decisions of the United States Court for the Southern District of Georgia in litigation concerning the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia and the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. It records the names of the defendant, the plaintiff, the presiding judge; the date of the hearing; and a description of the proceedings.
1362FA-50 Effect of the Operation of the Railroad Commission Law of Georgia, 1885, 1.0 box
This letter resulted from a study of the Central Railroad and Banking Company by Cambell Wallace, a member of the Georgia Railroad Commission. Addressed to the Honorable F. H. Colley, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Railroads, in reply to the letter of W. H. Raul, President of the Central Railroad and Banking Company, it discusses railroad expenses, investments, rentals, certificates of indebtedness, and train mileage statements.
1362FA-50 Report on the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia's System by R. E. O'Brien, Civil Engineer, 1892, 1.0 box
This report resulted from a study of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia by Civil Engineer R. E. O'Brien. He evaluated various properties of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia, noting terminals, physical condition, and earning capacity. It includes a list of railroads owned and leased by the Central, miscellaneous financial statements, physical analyses of railroads, earning capacities, equipment lists, betterment summary and a general summary.
1362FA-60 Scrapbook, 1880's-1890's, 1.0 volume
This scrapbook contains charters, leases, mortgages, company reports, miscellaneous financial statements, proxy authorizations and charter amendments.
1362FA-70 Bank Notes, 1841-1880's 1841, 1861, 1880's, 1.0 box
These are five-year bond certificates for the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia. Used to generate revenue, they could be redeemed with interest at the end of five years. There are seven Confederate Treasury notes ranging from two dollars to five cents, a one thousand dollar railroad bond, a one hundred dollar railroad bond, a twenty dollar railroad bond, and a blank railroad bond (# 1200).
1362FA-80 List of Stockholders of the Central Railroad and Banking Company, 1883, 1.0 box
This list contains names of stockholders and the number of shares of stock owned of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia
Arrangement: Alphabetical order.
1362FA-80 Report of the Experimental Surveys for the Central Railroad of Georgia, 1835, 1.0 box
This record contains a civil engineer's report concerning the practicability of building a canal or railroad between Savannah and Macon. It contains a description of the route; a work plan; estimates of construction costs, annual cost, and maintenance costs; and addresses the advantages of the project.
1362FA-80 Report of the Investigating Committee of the Central Railroad and Banking Company, 1874, 1.0 box
This is a report on the affairs and condition of the Central Railroad and Banking Company. It contains a list of the lines and track miles.
1362FA-90 Diagram of Central Railroad showing location of Depots, Bridges, Buildings, etc. by Augustus Schwaab, 1866, 1.0 volume
This volume contains maps Central Railroad and Banking Company properties and structures, including depots and bridges drawn by Augustus Schwaab.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FE Chatham Terminal Company Records, 1951-1957
According to an agreement dated May, 1916, the Chatham Terminal Company became jointly owned by the Central of Georgia Railway Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company, the Central being primarily responsible for the company's operations.
1362FE-5 Annual Reports to Stockholders, 1951-1957 1951-1953, 1957, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Chatham Terminal Company. These reports and document the company's operations and financial affairs and include lists of directors, officers, stockholders, and tenant lines; brief operational reports from the president; and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FH Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad Company Records, 1899-1903
The Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad was incorporated on July 7, 1889, under Alabama state law. The railroad ran 42.5 miles from Columbia, Alabama to Hartford, Alabama and had a 7 mile side track. On July 2, 1900, the railroad was leased to the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Over the years several subsidiary lines of the Central acquired stock in the Chattahoochee and Gulf, all of which was eventually transferred to the Central of Georgia.
The Chattahoochee and Gulf began to have financial difficulties in the 1930's and 1940's which prompted the company to abandon part of its line in 1941. Although the Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad was under control of the Central by this time, financial problems continued to plague the company. In 1951, Chattahoochee and Gulf was dissolved.
1362FH-10 Construction Superintendent's Letter Book, 1899-1903, 1.0 volume
This letter book contains correspondence of the construction superintendent of the Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad concerning his business with the company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FM Columbus and Rome Railway Company Records, 1883-1886
The Columbus and Rome Railway Company was incorporated in 1882. It was consolidated with the Savannah and Western Railroad in 1888, which in turn became a part of the Central of Georgia Railway during its 1895 reorganization.
1362FM-20 Treasurer's Letter Book (Indexed), 1883-1886, 1.0 volume
This letter book contains correspondence of J.M. Frazier, treasurer of the Columbus and Rome Railway. It includes letters sent and received regarding the financial condition of the Columbus and Rome Railway during the mid-1880's.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FO Columbus and Western Railway Company Records, 1887
The Columbus and Western Railway Company incorporated in June of 1880, was formed by the Central Railroad and Banking Company to extend its lines from Columbus, Georgia, to Birmingham, Alabama. The 154-mile line was completed in 1888. That same year, the Columbus and Western Railway was consolidated under the charter of the Savannah and Western Railroad Company.
1362FO-20 Mortgage Deed of Trust, 1887, 1.0 box
This record is a copy of a mortgage deed of trust between the Columbus and Western Railway Company and the Farmer's Loan and Trust Company of New York.
1362FR Crossgate Homes, Incorporated Records, 1942-1965
Crossgate Homes, Incorporated, was chartered in Chatham County, Georgia, in 1942, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Port Wentworth Corporation. The chief objective of the company was to supply housing for the employees of McEvoy Shipbuilding Corporation. The company bought and leased real estate; constructed, leased, and sold buildings, homes, and other improvements; and operated community houses and parks in its subdivisions. The subdivisions developed by Crossgate Homes included Crossgate and Bonnybridge.
In 1950, the capital stock of Port Wentworth Corporation, including that of Crossgates Homes, Incorporated, was sold to Empire Land Company, a subsidiary of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Crossgate Homes, Incorporated, was liquidated in 1964.
1362FR-20 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders, 1942-1965, 2.0 volumes
These are minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of Crossgate Homes, Incorporated. Included are lists of officers and directors; company charter, by-laws, and amendments; stock records; proxy authorizations; and annual reports for 1960-1962.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FR-10 Annual Reports, 1957, 1.0 box
This annual report of Crossgate Homes, Incorporated documents the operations arid financial affairs of the company. The report contains lists of directors and officers, a brief operational and financial report from the company president, and financial charts.
Annual reports for 1960-1962 are located in the minute books of the company.
1362FW Dublin and Wrightsville Railroad Records, 1884-1886
The Dublin and Wrightsville Railroad was incorporated in Georgia in 1881. According to the articles of association, the purpose of the company was to "construct, equip, and operate a railroad... from, at, or near Wrightsville in Johnson County, Georgia, through the counties of Johnson and Laurens to or near Dublin." The Dublin and Wrightsville track was approximately eighteen miles in length.
In 1886, the Dublin and Wrightsville received a loan from the Central Railroad and Banking Company with the condition that the company merge with the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad. The merger occurred on December 1, 1886.
1362FW-20 Minute Book of Directors and Stockholders, 1884-1886, 1.0 volume
This book contains minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Dublin and Wrightsville Railroad. Included are articles of association; constitution and by-laws; lists of stockholders, including name, address, and number and value of shares owned; and agreements with the Central Railroad and Banking Company and the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362FY Eatonton Branch Railroad Company Records, 1865-1895
There is not enough substantial information available for a complete at this time.
1362FY-10 Stock Ledger, 1865-1895, 1.0 volume
This is a stock ledger of the Eatonton Branch Railroad Company used to record information regarding the amount of dividends due. The first ten pages contain a listing of taxes and contracts made by Herschal V. Johnson and Thomas G. Lawson. It provides the names of both producers and purchasers of cotton; number or bales and taxes paid, lists of stockholders from 1870-1895, their residences, the number of stocks owned, the amount of the dividend, and the minutes of the Directors meetings from 1893-1895.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GA Empire Land Company Records, 1905-1970
The Empire Land Company was chartered in 1903 in Fulton County, Georgia. The company bought and sold land in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama. By 1950, the Empire Land Company changed its primary office from Fulton County to Chatham County, Georgia, and bought the capital stock of the Port Wentworth Corporation. Port Wentworth Corporation also owned the stock of Midland Properties Company, and both companies merged with the Empire Land Company in 1969. The new company retained the Empire Land Company title.
1362GA-20 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders (Indexed), 1905-1970, 5.0 volumes
These are minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and the stockholders of the Empire Land Company. Included are lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; charter and incorporation papers; by-laws and amendments; financial statements: contracts and agreements; and miscellaneous correspondence.
The books dated 1929-1949 and 1950-1953 are not indexed.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GA-30 Interstate Commerce Commission Minutes, 1950, 1.0 volume
This book contains minutes of the Interstate Commerce Commission in regard to the application of the Central of Georgia Railway Company and the Empire Land Company for authority to acquire control of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GE Georgia Export and Import Company Records, 1897-1917
The Georgia Export and Import Company was incorporated in Chatham County, Georgia, in 1896. According to incorporation records, the Company was chartered to "carry on the business of shipping agents and ship brokers, and a general commercial, commission, and shipping business" in Savannah, Georgia. The principal stockholder of the Company was the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah.
The Georgia Export and Import Company was chartered for 20 years. In 1916, the Board of Directors voted to take no steps to renew the charter, and the company was dissolved.
1362GE-20 Ledger, 1899-1901, 1.0 volume
This record is a book of final entry used by the Georgia Export and Import Company for bookkeeping purposes and contains both debit and credit entries. Information includes name of account; type, date, and amount of transaction; and balances. General operating accounts, as well as those for individual steamships, are documented. This is ledger A.
Arrangement: By account, thereunder chronological.
1362GE-30 Minute Book of Directors and Stockholders, 1897-1917 1897, 1909, and 1917, 1.0 volume
This record contains minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and the stockholders of the Georgia Export and Import Company. Included are lists of incorporators and officers, incorporation papers, and by-laws.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GL Gordon Press Records, 1873-1917
The Gordon Press was incorporated in 1873 in Chatham County, Georgia. According to its records, the Company was formed to build and operate a cotton press for cotton shipped from the Port of Savannah. By 1884, the Ocean Steamship Company was officially given the power to control the business. The charter of the Gordon Press was not renewed when it expired in 1913.
1362GL-10 Minute Book of Directors and Stockholders, 1873-1917, 1.0 volume
This book contains minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Gordon Press. Included are company's charter, by-laws, and amendments, and lists of stockholders and directors.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GV Greenville and Newnan Railway Company Records, 1905-1908
The Greenville and Newnan Railway Company was chartered by the State of Georgia in 1905. The main office of the company was located in Savannah, Georgia. According to its charter, the purpose of the company was for "constructing, equipping, and operating a railroad from Greenville, Meriwether County, Georgia to Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia." The track connected with the Central of Georgia about six miles south of Newnan. The Central of Georgia Railway Company was the principal stockholder in the company at its incorporation, and it was bought by the central by late 1905.
Records include a minute book containing the company's charter and by-Laws, an office diary belonging to P.F. Jenkins, and scatared invoice records.
1362GV-20 Minute Book of Directors and Stockholders, 1905-1906, 1.0 volume
This book contains minutes of the meetings of the incorporators, directors, and stockholders of the Greenville and Newnan Railway Company. Included are lists of the incorporators, officers and stockholders; company's charter and by-laws; and a 1905 agreement between Central of Georgia Railway Company and the Greenville and Newnan Railway Company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GV-25 Bills for Materials Record Book, n.d., 1.0 volume
This book records bills received by the Greenville and Newnan Railway Company for construction materials for trestles and bridges. Information includes date of invoice, vender, amount, and account.
1362GV-30 Office Diary, 1905-1908, 1.0 volume
This record is an office diary kept by P.F. Jenkins, a division engineer for the Greenville and Newnan Railway Company. The diary documents the daily activities at the division engineer's office.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362GV-35 Invoice Record Book, 1905-1906, 1.0 volume
This book is a register of invoices received by the Greenville and Newnan Railway Company. Information includes date of invoice, name of vender, date and to whom sent for approval, and amount of purchase. The book also includes information on cross-ties used and nails received for 1907.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362LO Louisville and Wadley Railway Company Records, 1879-1961
The Louisville Branch Railroad Company was incorporated on August 24, 1872 in Jefferson County, Georgia. An act of legislation on August 14, 1879, changed the company's name to the Louisville and Wadley Railroad Company. By this time the Central Railroad and Banking Company was already the major stockholder, and, in 1898, the Central of Georgia Railway Company purchased the Louisville and Wadley. However, the company still operated independently as a short line until 1961. In 1906, the Louisville and Wadley Railroad merged with the Wadley Southern, and, in 1928, each owned half of the Short Lines Motor Transport Company.
In 1961, the Louisville and Wadley was sold to a group of citizens and the name was changed to the Louisville and Wadley Railway Company. Operations at the company ceased on September 18, 1961, and the company was finally dissolved in the following year.
1362LO-10 General Stock Ledger Book (indexed), 1879-1959, 1.0 volume
This record documents the stock purchase of the Louisville and Wadley Railway Company. It includes the names of stock owners, the number of shares purchased, amount paid for the stock, and the date of purchase.
1362LO-20 Stock Transfer Book, 1908-1930, 1.0 volume
This volume records transfers of stock ownership of the Louisville and Wadley Railway Company. It includes names of stockholders, the number of shares purchased, and the date purchased.
1362LO-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1952-1961, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Louisville and Wadley Railway Company and document the operations and financial affairs of the company. Included are lists of directors and officers, reports of the board, reports of the officers, and financial statements of the Company, including balance sheets.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362LO-40 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919-1949, 24.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Louisville and Wadley Railway Company.
Included is a brief history of the company, financial transactions, and lists of stockholders, directors, and officers.
Dated 1919-1949 1919-1924, 1925, 1927, 1929-1932, 1934-1936, 1941-1949
1362MC Macon Terminal Company Records, 1914-1954
The Macon Terminal Company was incorporated on July 9, 1914 in Macon, Georgia for the purpose of constructing, equipping, maintaining and operating a railroad in Macon. The terminal itself was to be constructed under an agreement between the Macon Terminal Company and the City of Macon. By 1915, the Southern Railway Company, Central of Georgia Railway Company, and the Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company owned the majority interest and jointly controlled the Macon Terminal Company.
1362MC-10 Structural Papers Books, 1914-1915, 1.0 box
This record documents the meetings of the stockholders and Board of Directors of the Macon Terminal Company records was used to record operational and financial matters of the company. It includes by-laws; lists of stockholders and officers; an endorsement of Macon Terminal Company bonds by the Southern Railway Company, Central of Georgia Railway Company, and the Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company; the charter and its revisions; drawings and plans; contracts; a resolution by the Macon mayor and council; a petition to the Railroad Commission; and an agreement for joint and operation of Macon Passenger Station.
1362MC-20 Release of Mortgages, 1915, 1.0 box
This record documents a release from a financial obligation of the Macon Terminal Company. It includes copies of mortgages, minutes of meetings, and list of the trust companies involved.
1362MC-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1950-1954, 1.0 box
These are annual reports of the Board to the stockholders of the Macon Terminal Company. It includes lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; names of tenant lines; reports from directors; and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MC-40 Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919, 1.0 box
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Macon Terminal Company.
Included are lists of directors, officers and stockholders; financial statements; and a brief history of the Company.
1362ME Macon and Western Railroad Company Records, 1846-1873
The Macon and Western Railroad Company was incorporated on December 20, 1845, after the reorganization of the Old Monroe Railroad and Banking Company. The line ran from Macon, Georgia to Forsyth, Georgia, and, in 1846, the line was extended to Terminus, Georgia (later Marthasville then Atlanta) where it met the Georgia Railroad and Banking Company and the Western and Atlantic Railroad. The company was contracted to carry mail from Macon to Atlanta.
The company prospered during the Civil war until Sherman's army destroyed part of the track at the Lovejoy. Georgia station south of Atlanta. When Sherman burned Atlanta in l864, the Macon and Western lost several cars and one locomotive was damaged. By the war's end, 27 miles of track had been destroyed by the federal army and by the Confederate arm which had taken up track to prevent a possible attack on Macon.
The Atlanta, Jonesboro, and Griffin depots were destroyed, but within a year and a half the Railroad was making a profit and paying dividends to its stockholders. In 1871, the Macon and Western was leased to the Central Railroad and Banking Company, although the company retained its corporate charter and organization. On August 24, 1872, the Georgia legislature approved the consolidation of the Macon and Western Railroad Company with the Central Railroad and Banking Company.
1362ME-10 Minute Books of Directors, 1846-1873, 1.0 volume
This volume contains the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors of the Macon and Western Railroad Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; by-laws and amendments; annual reports; newspaper clippings; financial statements; business with the Confederate government; a lease to the Central in 1871; and the consolidations with the Central Railroad and Banking Company in 1872.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362ME-20 Local Rates of Transportation (Indexed), 1863, 1.0 box
This record documents- the rules, restrictions, and rates of transportation for the Macon and Western Railroad Company. It includes rates for shipping materials; passenger rates; classifications of goods; and rules regarding transportation guidelines.
1362ME-30 Profile and Location of Macon and Western Railroad from Macon, GA to Atlanta, GA, 1864, 1.0 volume
This book contains profiles for the Macon and Western Railroad Company. It shows the location and ownership of properties along the Macon and Western Railroad Company between Macon, GA and Atlanta, GA.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MI Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railroad Records, 1889-1891
The Eatonton and Machen Railroad was incorporated on September 9, 1889, and was allowed "to purchase, condemn and acquire such right of way, not exceeding 200 feet in width, terminal facilities and other real estate." The line ran from Eatonton, Georgia (Putnam County) to Machen, Georgia (Jasper County). On October 16, 1889, the company's name was changed to the Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railway Company. Over the next few years the track was extended to Covington, Georgia.
By 1893, the company was leased to the Central Railroad and Banking Company. However, the following year the Middle Georgia and Atlantic was sold under foreclosure and, in 1897, was acquired formally by the Central of Georgia Railway Company.
1362MI-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1889-1891, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Middle Georgia and Atlantic Railway Company. Meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. It includes the act of incorporation, by-laws, lists of incorporators and officers, and the name change of the Company.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362ML Midland Properties Company Records, 1924-1969
In 1924, Midland Properties Company received a 20-year charter in Chatham County, Georgia. According to records, its primary purpose was to acquire land in Chatham County which had previously belonged to the Midland Railway, "consisting of what is known as the Midland Railway Depot and approximately 20 acres adjacent to and there collectively called 'Midland Terminal Property' and certain right of ways owned by the Midland Railway and certain other property... known as Midland Central Junction Property." Midland Properties Company was a subsidiary of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company at the time of its incorporation.
The charter of the Midland Properties Company was renewed in 1945, in Chatham County, for 35 years. In 1969, the company merged with the Empire Land Company.
1362ML-10 Minute Books of the Directors and Stockholders, 1924-1969, 3.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Midland Properties Company. They include by-laws and amendments; lists of incorporators, officers, and directors; legal descriptions; financial statements; agreements with various companies; and the merger with the Empire Land Company in 1969.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO Mobile and Girard Railroad Company Records, 1856-1901
The Girard Railroad Company was incorporated on January 25, 1845, in Girard, Alabama. The line ran from Girard to Mobile Bay, Alabama. On January 30, 1854, the company changed its name to the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company.
By 1859, the line ran 54 miles from Girard to Union Springs, Alabama, and the Central Railroad and Banking Company was its principal stockholder. During the Civil War, the line suffered only one attack at Girard two locomotives and 15 cars were destroyed or damaged. After the war, the line was extended over the Chattahoochee River to Columbus, Georgia.
By the early 1870's, the company began experiencing financial problems. The Central Railroad and Banking Company had been endorsing their bonds since the end of the 1860's, and although the Central controlled the company's stocks, the Mobile and Girard had continued to run independently. In 1886, The Mobile and Girard was officially leased to the Central Railroad and Banking Company, and on November 25, 1895, the company was purchased by Julian T. Davies. The following year, on March 7, Mr. Davies sold the company to the Central of Georgia Railway Company.
1362MO-10 Minute Books of the Directors and Stockholders, 1856-1895, 2.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. These minutes contain financial statements; agreements with the Central Railroad and Banking Company; information re transportation of troops in the Civil War; by-laws and amendments; corporate seals; contracts; loan documentation; newspaper clippings; an 1886 lease to the Central Railroad and Banking Company; names of shareholders; and papers concerning the receivership of the Central in 1892.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-20 Annual Report to the Stockholders, 1866-1880, 1.0 volume
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company on the financial status and operation of the company. The record contains the company charter and amendments, reports to stockholders, reports from various departments, and financial statements.
1362MO-30 Letter Book, 1872-1875, 1.0 volume
This is the letterbook of the president of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. It includes his correspondence with the Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Company regarding contract negotiations and a postcard advertisement for Penn-Iron Roofing and Corrugating Company of Philadelphia, PA.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-40 Stock Certificate Books, 1860-1895, 7.0 volumes
These volumes document the Mobile and Girard stock issues. They include names of stock purchasers, number of shares purchased, date issued, and miscellaneous correspondence.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1860-1895 1860-1887, 1867, 1869-1881, 1869-1882, 1869-1887, 1873-1887, 1873-1887, and 1887-1895
1362MO-50 Stock Transfer Ledger, 1859-1887, 1.0 volume
This ledger records the transfer of stock ownership among stockholders of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. Each entry includes the name of the stockholders, the stock certificate number, the number of shares owned, the date shares were acquired and from whom acquired, the number of shares transferred, and the date and to whom shares were transferred.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-60 Stock Transfer Ledger for Pike County, Alabama, 1864-1889, 1.0 volume
This is a stock transfer ledger of Pike County, Alabama for the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. It records the transfer of stock ownership among stockholders and includes the name of the stockholder, date of transfer, number of shares, the name of new stock owner, and the value of the stock.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by name of stockholder.
1362MO-65 Stock Transfer Journal, 1864-1895, 1.0 vol.
This is a stock transfer journal for the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. It recorded transfers of stock ownership and includes the name of the stockholder, number of shares, value of shares, the name of the new stockholder, date of certificate, amount of interest (both capital and Preferred stock) and rules for transferring stock.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362MO-70 General Account Ledger (Indexed), 1859-1864, 1.0 volume
This is a general account ledger for the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. It documents financial transactions of the company under various categories, including the dates, types of expenditures, and costs for each entry.
1362MO-75 Cash Book, 1878-1885, 1.0 volume
This cash book of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company records receipts and disbursements. It includes the date, name of company, description of charges, the amount, and a break-down of income according to type (passenger, freight, mail, etc...).
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-80 Bonds Payable Register, 1859-1871, 1.0 volume
This bonds payable ledger for the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company documents the issue of mortgage bonds, which provided the funds needed for expansion of the company. The register is divided into sections such as date of issuance, bond letter and number, name of president, secretary, and trustees, length of bond, purchasers name, due date of payment, and remarks.
Arrangement: Alphabetically by Bond letter.
1362MO-85 Bookkeeping Journal, 1855-1883, 5.0 volumes
This bookkeeping journal of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company records income and expenditures. It includes location and date of transaction; names of individuals involved; type of business; the amount owed and paid; the names of stockholders and amount of stock purchased.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-90 Analysis of Expenses Book, 1859-1880, 1.0 volume
This record which analyzes the expenses of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company includes a break down of these expenses into such categories as salaries, maintenance of cars, repairs of road, outfitting of rolling stock, and construction. The record also includes the names of parties involved, the amounts paid, and yearly totals.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362MO-95 Railroad Lands Sold List, 1871-1885, 1.0 volume
This register documents the sale of land owned by the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. It includes newspaper clippings, financial analysis of the "Public land Sales" account, letter to the land commissioners, and lists of sections of townships, persons to whom property was deeded, size of transfer, and date of transfer.
Arrangement: By location of property.
1362MO-100 Right of Way Deeds Record Book (Indexed), 1861-1901, 1.0 volume
This right of way deeds record book for the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company documents land transactions and records the deeds by county and state. It includes the date of deed, name of grantor, where recorded, legal descriptions, and remarks.
Arrangement: By County and chronological within each county.
1362MO-105 Plat Book of Railroad Land, 1860-1880, 1.0 volume
This plat book of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company documents land transactions, delineating sections of property that were sold by the company.
Arrangement: By counties.
1362MO-110 Maps and Profiles Book, 1886, 1.0 volume
This volume contains maps and profiles documenting a survey done on the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company track. The drawings illustrate the track between mile posts and record names of property owners along the track.
1362NG New England and Savannah Steamship Company Records, 1893-1913
The New England and Savannah Steamship Company was incorporated in 1887. Reorganized from the financially unstable Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, its purpose was to "carry persons and property within and without Massachusetts." The company owned, chartered, and managed steamships and other vessels and property.
The Ocean Steamship Company owned most of the capital stock of the New England and Savannah Steamship Company, and for financial reasons, the stockholders voted to surrender the company's charter in 1913; the dissolution occurred on April 17, 1914.
1362NG-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1893-1913, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the New England and Savannah steamship Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the director. Included are the by-laws and amendments, lists of directors, officers and stockholders, and a financial statement.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362OE Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah Records, 1874-1970
In 1872, the Central Railroad and Banking Company purchased a line of six steamships, that ran from Savannah to New York, from Mr. W. R. Garrison and Company. Then on August 26, 1872, the Central formed the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah.
The Ocean Steamship Company operated as a separate entity of the Central Railroad and Banking Company, although the Central controlled its stock, its purpose being the "building, purchasing, equipping, out-fitting and owning ships or vessels which would be used to transport freight and passengers to and from Savannah, New York, and any other ports."
In November 1878, the company purchased the Gordon Press Company, and, in 1881, it took over the Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Company. In 1887, it acquired the Boston and Savannah Steamship Company and reorganized it into the New England and Savannah Steamship Company, a subsidiary of the Ocean Steamship Company. Between 1914 and 1917, the Ocean Steamship company was in international shipping.
The company's coastal service operated until World War II when the danger of submarine attack curtailed passenger service. In 1943, seaworthy vessels of the company were requisitioned by the government for wartime use, and by 1947, there were no longer any vessels operated by the Savannah line. Finally in 1958, the terminal property of the steamship Company was sold to the State of Georgia as the Savannah Port Terminals.
1362OE-10 Minute Book of the Directors, Stockholders, and Executive Committee, 1874-1970, 8.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the Board. The minute books include the by-laws and amendments; deaths of stockholders; and financial statements of the company and note the deaths of stockholders. They are indexed.
Arrangement: Chronological
1362OE-20 Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919-1962, 20.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) required that reports be submitted to the ICC by all common carriers, according to the provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah.
It contains a brief history of the company, lists of stockholders and information about stock, lists of directors and corporate officers, and financial statements.
Dated 1919-1962 1919-1925, 1927, 1929, 1943-1946, 1955-1958, 1960-1962
1362OE-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1939-1961, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah. They contain lists of the directors and executive officers, brief operational reports, and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1939-1961 1939, 1944-1945, 1947-1956, 1958-1961
1362OE-40 General Stock Ledger Book (Indexed), 1874-1939, 1.0 volume
This record documents the stock transactions of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah. It includes the names of the stock owners, the number of shares purchased, amount paid for the stock, and the date of purchase.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362OE-50 Accounts Ledger with Banks, 1918-1920, 1.0 volume
This is a ledger of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah, recording its accounts with specific banks. It contains the dates of transactions and the balances of accounts with the Citizens and Southern Bank and the National Bank of Commerce of New York.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362OE-60 Cashbook-Accounts with Banks, 1918-1924, 1.0 volume
This record documents the cash receipts and disbursements of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah. It includes the dates of transactions, the amount and type of transaction, the company involved and balance statements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362OE-70 Consultant's Reports-on the Ocean Steamship Company, 1942-1950 1942, 1950, 2.0 volumes
This report resulted from a study of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah by F. J. Wall. The report was used by the Central of Georgia Railway Company to determine the reasons for the unsatisfactory operation of the steamship company while stressing its importance to the Central of Georgia Railway Company.
It contains a history of the company, miscellaneous financial statements, an outline of the company's organization, comparisons to other steamship companies, lists of salaries, and recommendations.
1362OE-80 Correspondence, 1916-1950, 1.0 box
This is the correspondence of the presidents and vice presidents of the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah. Included are miscellaneous financial statements, presidents' reports, register of contracts, newspaper clippings, a history of the company, telegrams, and drawings of various ships operated by the company.
1362OH Oconee and Western Railroad Company Records, 1893-1898
The Oconee and Western Railroad Company was incorporated on October 10, 1892. The line ran from Dublin, Georgia to Hawkinsville, Georgia. On December 22, 1892, the company purchased all the property, rights and franchises of the Empire and Dublin Railroad Company which extended the line to Grovania, Georgia.
On March 3, 1897 the Oconee and Western contracted with the Western Union Telegraph Company for the use of the company's wires. Then, on February 1, 1899, the Board approved the bid from the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company to consolidate the two companies under the name of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company.
1362OH-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders. (Indexed), 1893-1898, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Oconee and Western Railroad Company. The Board met annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include lists of officers, directors and stockholders; abstracts of by-laws; contract agreements with the Western Union Telegraph Company; and information on stock ownership and its relationship with the Empire and Dublin Railroad Company; and on its merger with the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362PT Port Wentworth Corporation Records, 1934-1969
The Port Wentworth Corporation was incorporated on January 15, 1934, for the purpose of "receiving, unloading, transferring, storing, warehousing, elevating and forwarding by railroad car, float, vessel or in any other manner, all kinds of goods, wares, and merchandise..."
The corporation purchased 2,500 acres of land containing railroad tracks, rights of way, and other property from the Port Wentworth company of Massachusetts, to provide suitable industrial terminal advantages for the railroad in the Port Wentworth area.
On December 21, 1936, a plan of reorganization was enacted whereby the Port Wentworth Corporation was consolidated with Piedmont Associates, Incorporated, a Delaware based company, retaining the name of the Port Wentworth Corporation.
By 1953, the Central of Georgia Railway Company, through its ownership of the Empire Land Company, gained controlling interest in the capital stock of the Port Wentworth Corporation. On July 2, 1969, the Port Wentworth Corporation, the Midland Properties company, and the Empire Land Company were formally consolidated under the name of the Empire Land Company.
1362PT-10 Minute Books of the Directors and Stockholders, 1934-1969, 4.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Port Wentworth Corporation. The meetings were held annually in Savannah and whenever called by the directors. Included are lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; proxy authorizations; articles of incorporation; by-laws and amendments; maps; miscellaneous financial statements; lists of property sold; chairmen's annual report; contracts; and death notices.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362PT-20 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1957-1961 1957, 1961, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Port Wentworth Corporation. They include lists of officers and directors; stock earnings information; general balance sheets on assets, liabilities, income accounts, and analyses of property sales; and brief operational reports from the president.
1362RE Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company Records, 1938-1969
The Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, a Delaware based company was incorporated on November 21, 1938. Its purpose was to "purchase, lease, and otherwise acquire control of, own, hold, maintain, equip, develop, use, manage, etc .. and enjoy the railroads and properties, real and personal, rights franchises, respectively owned, operated, controlled, leased, or otherwise held by the Savannah and Atlanta Railway corporation of Georgia; and the Savannah and Northwestern Railway (formerly named the Brinson Railway Company), corporation of Georgia.
The Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, of Delaware, was created under Delaware law to take over the properties and assets of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway of Georgia, which was then in the process of reorganization under Section 77 of the Federal Bankruptcy Act. The Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company of Delaware, after its take over of the properties and assets of the Georgia company, came under the control of the Port Wentworth Corporation. In 1950, the stock owned by the Port Wentworth Corporation was sold to the Empire land Company, a subsidiary of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. Then during the following year, the Central officially took control of the Empire Land Company which included control of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, the Delaware corporation.
1362RE-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1938-1966, 11.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; by-laws and amendments; stock certificates; receivership papers; records legal option; a trust indenture with the Citizen's and Southern Bank; a pension plan; records of a loan to Midland Properties Company; land transfers; and a record of salary rates for officers.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RE-20 Minute Book of the Executive Committee, 1952-1955, 1.0 volume
This volume contains the minutes of the meetings of the Executive Committee of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company. It includes lists of members of the executive committee; financial statements; and resolutions.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RE-30 Operating Revenues and Expenses Book-Monthly Balance Sheets, 1963, 1.0 volume
This record documents financial transactions of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, including monthly balance sheets. Also included are lists of investment assets; special funds; properties: lists of liabilities in long term debts; reserves, deferred credits, and shareholders' equity.
1362RE-40 Authorization for Expenditure Book, 1963-1964, 1.0 volume
This record contains authorizations for expenditures of the Savannah, and Atlanta Railway Company. It also includes officers and records work done for other companies.
1362RE-50 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1954-1957, 1961-1962, and 1969, 7.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company.
The reports include a brief history of the Company; lists of directors and corporate officers; lists of the stockholders and information about stock; and financial statements, including balance sheets.
1362RE-60 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1939-1964 1939-1962, 1964, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Savannah and Atlanta Railroad on the operation and financial affairs of the company. They include lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; reports from the president; and financial statements.
1362RE-70 Accounts Receivable Transfer Ledger, 1924-1931, 1.0 volume
This is an accounts receivable transfer ledger of Charles E. Gay, Jr., treasurer of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company. It includes the dates of bills; bill numbers; descriptions of debits; and the dates and amounts paid. It also names the companies involved and their locations.
This record is labeled Accounts Receivable Transfer no. 1.
Arrangement: Chronological and by account.
1362RE-80 Transfer Operating Ledger, 1916-1938, 3.0 volumes
This is a transfer operating ledger for the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company. It records the debits and credits of agents and conductors and shows the claims receivable and payable, including net amounts for the month and year.
These volumes are labeled no. 4, no. 5 and no. 6.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RH Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company Records, 1890
The Savannah and Tybee Railway Company was incorporated on October 6, 1885. The company ran an 18-mile route from Savannah, Georgia to the southern part of Tybee Island, which was used to carry passengers to and from the beach. In 1889, the company was foreclosed, but it was reorganized as the Savannah and Atlantic Railway company in 1890. The Savannah and Atlantic operated as a subsidiary line of the Central Railroad and Banking Company.
In 1895, during the Central of Georgia Railway Company's reorganization, the Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company was absorbed and became the Central's Tybee Division. In 1933, the Central abandoned the Tybee Division, and the old tracks were taken up.
1362RH-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1890, 1.0 volume
This record is the minutes of the meetings of the directors and stockholders of the Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are list of officers; financial statements; list of stopping points for the train; and the record of the name change of the Savannah and Tybee Railroad to the Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RL Savannah and Tybee Railway records, 1887-1888
The Savannah and Tybee Railway Company was incorporated on October 6, 1885. The company ran an 18-mile route from savannah, Georgia to the southern part of Tybee Island, which was used to carry passengers to and from the beach. In 1889, the company was foreclosed, but it was reorganized as the Savannah and Atlantic Railway Company in 1890. The railroad was often called either the "Tybee Railroad" or "Tybee Branch".
1362RL-10 Preferred Stock Certificate Book, 1887-1888, 1.0 volume
This record documents stock purchases of the Savannah and Tybee Railway. It includes the stock certificate number; names of purchasers; number of shares sold; and the date of sale.
1362RL-20 (Blank) Certificate of Stock, 1800s, 1.0 box
This is a blank stock certificate for the Savannah and Tybee Railway Company.
1362RO Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railroad Records, 1885-1888
The Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railway Company was organized on January 14, 1885. The line was built from Savannah, Georgia to Macon, Georgia through Dublin, Georgia and then on to Americus, Georgia. Construction was begun in 1886 by the United States Railroad Construction Company but never completed by that company. In 1888, the railroad was taken over by the Central Railroad and Banking Company and the track was completed. The Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railway Company was then conveyed to the Savannah and Western Railroad by R.J. Dorant and B.A. Denmark on July 29, 1890.
1362RO-10 Minute Book of the Directors, 1885-1888, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Directors of the Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are lists of officers and stockholders; by-laws and amendments, documentation re the formation of United States Railroad Construction Company, and a list of salaries paid.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RO-20 Letter Book, 1888, 1.0 volume
This is a letter book containing copies of correspondence by the President, general counsel and secretary/treasurer of the Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railroad concerning the general business of the company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362RR Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company Records, 1826-1915
The Savannah, Ogeechee and Altamaha Canal Company was formed in 1826, to build a canal that would link Savannah with the Ogeechee and Altamaha Rivers. The company was funded by citizens of Savannah in order to increase river trade and traffic, and the canal was completed in 1829.
By an act of legislation on December 18, 1847, the name of the company was changed to the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company. In 1910, the Central of Georgia Railway Company owned all but four shares of the company, therefore controlling its operations. In 1914, the mayor and aldermen of Savannah and the Central of Georgia agreed to wind up the affairs of the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company, and its charter was surrendered in 1915.
1362RR-10 Minute Books of the Directors and Stockholders, 1826-1915, 4.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the directors and stockholders of the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; financial statements; company rules; tolls charged; by-laws; the corporate seal; copies of proceedings of Savannah City Council; legal contracts; agreements with mayor and aldermen of Savannah; and the act of dissolution of the company.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1826-1915 1826-1840, 1848-1891, and 1899-1915
1362RR-20 Account Ledger (Indexed), 1858-1889, 1.0 volume
This is an account ledger for the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company which was used to record billing transactions. It includes the date of the bill; company involved; and the amount due and the amount paid and a list of stockholders and the amount of shares owned.
Arrangement: By account.
1362SH Short Lines Motor Transport Company Records, 1928-1933
The Short Lines Motor Transport Company was incorporated on June 13,1928. The company was jointly owned by the Louisville and Wadley Railroad and the Wadley Southern Railway Company, each holding 38 shares. By the early 1930's, the business was not showing profit, and on May 1, 1933, the company charter was officially dissolved.
1362SH-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1928-1933, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Short Lines Motor Transport Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include by-laws and amendments; lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; deaths of stockholders; and financial reports.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362ST Stillmore Air Line Railway Company Records, 1892-1906
The Stillmore Air Line Railway was incorporated on November 17, 1892, in stillmore, Georgia. The line ran from Collins, Georgia to Wadley, Georgia and was owned by George Brinson, the major stockholder. Brinson later resigned from the Company, and in 1906, the stillmore merged with the Wadley Railroad and Mt. Vernon Railroad and Louisville and Wadley Railroad to form the Wadley Southern Railway Company.
1362ST-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1892-1906, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the directors and stockholders of the Stillmore Air Line Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include lists of incorporators, directors and stockholders and plans for consolidation with the Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362SY Sylvania Central Railway Company Records, 1918-1954
The Sylvania Railroad Company was incorporated on January 3, 1884. The line ran 15- miles from Rocky Ford, Georgia to Sylvania, Georgia and connected with the Central Railroad and Banking Company. The line was completed in 1885; However, financial difficulties forced its foreclosure.
On May 2, 1903, the company was purchased at a mortgage foreclosure sale and reorganized as the Sylvania Central Railway Company. The Central of Georgia Railway Company held the majority of its stock from at about 1919 to 1953. In 1935, the company was leased to the Sylvania Railroad until it was finally abandoned in 1954.
1362SY-10 General Ledger, 1918-1921, 1.0 volume
This is the treasurer's general ledger, used to record the date and expenditures of the Sylvania Central Railway.
1362SY-20 Annual Report to Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919-1949 1919-1936, 1946-1949, 21.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be Submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. These reports document the corporate and financial status of the company. They contain a brief history of the company, list of directors, corporate officers, and stockholders; and information about stock and financial statements, including general balance sheets.
1362SY-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1952-1953, 1.0 box
These are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Sylvania Central Railway Company. They contain lists of the directors, officers, stockholders and tenant companies; brief operational reports from the president; financial statements, including general balance sheets.
1362SY-40 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1903-1954, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Sylvania Central Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors in savannah. Included are lists of incorporators, officers, directors, and stockholders; by-laws and amendments; an agreement with the director general of railroads; lease to Sylvania Central Railway Company; and documentation of the termination of the Sylvania Central Railroad in 1954.
1362TE Terminal Development Company Records, 1957-1964
The Terminal Development Company was incorporated in 1957 in Atlanta, Georgia. The company was created to buy, sell, own, deal in, or lease real and private property, including holding the mortgages on those lands. In 1959, all of the stock in the Terminal Development Company was purchased by the Empire Land Company, which was a subsidiary line of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. The Terminal Development Company was dissolved in 1964.
1362TE-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1957-1964, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Terminal Development Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are lists of incorporators, directors, and officers; by-laws and amendments; a copy of the corporate papers; and documentation of the dissolution of the company in 1964.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362TU Tunnel Coal Company Records, 1902-1909
The Tunnel Coal Company was incorporated on September 12, 1902, in Birmingham, Alabama. The following year the company took possession of the coal fields of the Alabama State Land Company. In 1904., the Central of Georgia Railway Company was the leading stockholder in the Tunnel Coal Company. This influenced the company to move its corporate headquarter from Birmingham, Alabama to Savannah, Georgia.
In 1905, the Central of Georgia Railway Company purchased and absorbed the Tunnel Coal Company, and its assets into the Central system.
1362TU-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1902-1909, 1.0 volume
These are minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Tunnel Coal Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include lists of the directors and stockholders, financial statements, and the company's by-laws.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362UN United States Construction and Improvement Company Records, 1875-1887
The United States Construction and Improvement Company was incorporated on April 7, 1875 in Jersey City, New Jersey. The company had offices in Jersey City, New Jersey; New York, New York; and Augusta, Georgia. Its purpose was to mine coal, iron, and other minerals; to buy lands; erect buildings and machinery; to construct, build, lease, and purchase railroads; to erect wharves; and to purchase other water sites.
On March 18, 1887, the United States Construction and Improvement Company contracted to build a line for the Savannah, Dublin, and Western Short Line Railway Company. However, the Macon and Dublin Railroad held the Savannah, Dublin, and Western legally responsible for payment of debts before construction could begin. The Savannah, Dublin and Western was unable to pay the resulting in the termination of the contract with the United States Construction and Improvement Company.
1362UN-10 Minute Book of the Directors, 1875-1887, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors of the United States Construction and Improvement Company. They include lists of officers, stockholders, and shareholders; articles of incorporation; by-laws and amendments; and the corporate seal.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362UU Upson County Railway Company Records, 1860-1913
The Thomaston and Barnesville Railroad Company was incorporated on December 23, 1839, as a 16 and a half mile track from Thomaston, Georgia to Barnesville, Georgia. Financial problems resulted in the auctioning of the company on December 6, 1860. Later that same year the company was reorganized as the Upson County Railroad Company .
By the end of the Civil War, the company was again suffering financially because of destruction to its tracks and properties. In 1866, the Upson County Railroad Company consolidated with the Muscogee Railroad Company, and during that same year, the South Western Railroad Company subsequently gained control of the Upson when it purchased the Muscogee Railroad. However, the Central Railroad and Banking Company later gained control of the Upson when it leased the South Western Railroad.
The Upson County Railroad again began to lose money in 1874. By 1878, the company was fined for its failure to pay back taxes. However, the Central Railroad as operator of the railroad, paid the taxes. In 1904, the company was reorganized as the Upson County Railway Company, giving the Central of Georgia Railway Company control of all its assets. The Upson formally, in 1913, conveyed all its remaining possessions to the Central and was subsequently dissolved.
1362UU-10 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders, 1860-1913 1860-1899, 1904-1913, 3.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the directors and stockholders of the Upson County Railroad. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include the charter; lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; financial statements; newspaper clippings; reports of Civil War destruction; documentation of the control by South Western Railroad Company; lease by Central Railroad and Banking Company; and by-laws and amendments.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362UU-20 Stock Certificate Books, 1860-1900, 1.0 volume
This record contains certificates documenting stock purchased by individuals from the Upson County Railroad. Included are the names of purchasers; number of shares purchased; prices of stock; and dates of purchase.
1362UU-30 Stock Receipts, 1860-1899, 1.0 box
These are receipts documenting ownership and transfer of stock in the Upson County Railroad Company. They record the names of the owners; the amount of shares; value of shares; the dates of transactions; certificates of stock transfers; and signatures of the parties involved in the transactions.
Dated 1860-1899 1860; 1865; 1880; 1867; 1887-1888; 1899
1362WA Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad Records, 1890-1906
The Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad was incorporated in Jefferson County, Georgia in 1839. The line ran 41 miles from Wadley, on the main line of the Central Railroad and Banking Company to the Oconee River south of Rockledge. The line was completed in 1903.
In 1905, the railroad was sold to the Central of Georgia Railway Company. It was merged with the Stillmore Air Line Railway to form the Wadley Southern Railroad in 1906. By a charter amendment made in that same year, the name of the line was changed to the Wadley Southern Railway Company.
1362WA-10 Minute Book of the Directors and Stockholders, 1890-1906, 1.0 volume
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad. The meeting were held annually and whenever called by the directors. They minutes contain lists of incorporators, directors, and stockholders; by-laws and amendments; property transfers; mortgages to the Western Railway of Alabama and the Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company; financial statements; and documentation of the name change to Wadley Southern Railway Company.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362WD Wadley Southern Railway Company Records, 1906-1962
The Wadley Southern Railway Company was incorporated in 1906, as the result of the Central of Georgia Railway Company merger of the Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad and the Stillmore Air Line Railway, which were two of the Central's subsidiary lines. The lines originally ran 90 miles, joining at Creek Junction, Georgia just south of Wadley, Georgia. By 1930, all but 20 miles of the Wadley to Statesboro route track had been abandoned or taken up. This route was run as a short line of the Central of Georgia Railway until 1962, when the company was sold shortly thereafter dissolved.
1362WD-20 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1949, 1.0 volume
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. This report documents the corporate and financial affairs of the Wadley Southern Railway Company.
It contains a brief history of the company, lists of directors and corporate officers, lists of stockholders and information about stocks, and financial statements, including general balance sheets.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362WD-35 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1952-1961 1952-1955, 1957, and 1961, 1.0 box
These are the annual report of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Wadley Southern Railway Company. This record documents the operation and financial status of the company. Included are lists of officers and directors and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362WD-40 Minute Books of the Directors and Stockholders, 1906-1962, 3.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of directors and stockholders of the Wadley Southern Railway Company. The meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. The minutes include lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; by-laws and amendments; agreements with the Director's General of Railroads; regulations for the pension department; maps; financial statements; a mortgage; minutes of the Executive Committee; newspaper clippings; documentation of the sale and change of name to Wadley Southern Railroad Company; and records of the merger with the Stillmore Air Line Railway.
Arrangement: Chronological.
1362WH Western Railway of Alabama Records, 1930-1955
The Western Railroad of Alabama was incorporated on February 23, 1860, and ran a tenth of 161 miles. The panic of 1872 brought financial hardship to the company, and on April 1, 1874 the road was placed in receivership. The following year the company was sold under foreclosure in a joint venture between the Georgia Railroad and Banking Company and the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia. However, the Western Railroad of Alabama continued to operate as an independent company.
In 1881, the Western Railroad of Alabama came under the control of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia which maintained one-half interest in the Western for 99 years.
By 1883, the company had become involved in several property leases, and as a result, on April 1, 1883, the Western Railroad of Alabama was reorganized and its name changed to the Western Railway of Alabama.
In the 1890's, the Central of Georgia Railway Company lost its controlling shares in the Western Railway of Alabama to creditors. Then in 1898, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad acquired half interest in the lease. Control of the Western Railway of Alabama was held jointly by three companies until 1944, when the Central of Georgia Railway Company sold its remaining shares and, released its connection to the Company.
1362WH-10 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1930-1955, 1.0 box
These are annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Western Railway of Alabama. They document the operation and financial status of the company, providing information on the purchase and maintenance of stocks. Included are lists of officers and directors; maps; operational reports by the president; and financial and statistical statements.
1362WR Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company Records, 1883-1971
On September 27, 1881, the Wrightsville and Sun Hill Railroad Company was incorporated for "the purpose of constructing, equipping, maintaining and operating a railroad for public use." The company received its charter on December 22, 1883 and the names of the line was changed to the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company. By 1885, the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia owned the majority of stock in the company.
The Wrightsville and Tennille, very active during its first several years, purchased the Dublin and Wrightsville Railroad Company on February 1, 1889, and the Dublin and Southwestern Railroad on July 1, 1906, extending its line to 103 miles.
In 1899, the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad became a subsidiary line of the Central of Georgia Railway Company. The company ran into financial difficulties between 1932 and the early 1940's, during which time it was forced to sell off a large amount of its track. In 1941, the company was left with only 34 miles of track operating between Tennille, GA and Dublin, GA. On December 15, 1969, the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company consolidated with the Central of Georgia Railway Company, Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, and the Georgia and Florida Railway Company to form the Central of Georgia Railroad Company.
1362WR-10 Minute Books of Directors and Stockholders, 1883-1971, 7.0 volumes
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and stockholders of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company. They document the financial status and operations of the company. Meetings were held annually and whenever called by the directors. Included are the old and new charters; lists of directors, officers, and stockholders; the constitution and amendments; by-laws and amendments; financial statements; annual reports; lists of salaries; presidents' reports; documents repurchase of the Oconee and Western Railroad; transfers of property; documents re purchase of the Dublin and Southwestern Railway Company; mortgage documents; transactions with the U.S. Railroad Administration; loan papers from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation; the corporate seal; newspaper clippings; documentation re the consolidation of the Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, the Georgia and Florida Railway Company, the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company, and the Central of Georgia Railway Company into the Central of Georgia Railroad Company.
Arrangement : Chronological.
1362WR-20 Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919-1949, 25.0 volumes
The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), which was charged with regulating interstate railroad traffic, required that the reports be submitted annually to the ICC by all common carriers, according to provisions outlined in the Act to Regulate Commerce. These reports document the corporate and financial affairs of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company.
They include lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; financial statements; and a brief history of the company.
1919-1949 1919-1927, 1929-1932, 1934-1936, and 1941-1949
1362WR-30 Annual Reports to the Stockholders, 1884-1961, 2.0 boxes
These records are the annual reports of the Board of Directors to the stockholders of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad company. They document the operation and financial status of the company. Included are lists of officers, directors, and stockholders; reports of the presidents and superintendents; and financial statements.
Arrangement: Chronological. 1884-1961 1884-1897, 1899-1901, 1904-1909, 1912, 1914-1925, 1940, 1946, 1949-1953, 1957, and 1961
1362WR-40 Test Farm Reports, 1916-1917, 1.0 box
Many railroad companies were involved in experimental agriculture, because many of their patrons were farmers. In test farm work, the farmer agreed to co-operate with the railway company in performing practical tests of farming methods advocated by the agricultural colleges of Georgia and Alabama. Each farmer kept records of operations and expenses and were protected from loss under the guarantee of the sponsoring railway company.
These are the reports of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company's test farms. They include updates on the latest crop contests; illustrates cities in both Georgia and Alabama where tests were performed; and show the amount of time spent, manpower used, value, and profit and loss for each crop.
Arrangement: Chronological.
 

Series 2: Maps and drawings

The maps and drawings have been organized by geographic location.
Acmar, AL: Two standard deck plate girder spans, American Bridge Company, LOCATION: 112-14-00000, 1911 April 10
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Adgateville, GA: Overhead highway bridge F-39.0, Highway Department project BA(3)678(5), LOCATION: 048-74-17130, 1954 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 8 sheets
Adgateville, GA: Overhead highway bridge F 39.0, LOCATION: 112-27-13074, 1926 March
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Adgateville, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 218 to 220, LOCATION: 132-50-06805, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Adgateville, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 220 to 222, LOCATION: 132-52-07992, 1911 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Adgateville, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 222 to 224, LOCATION: 132-54-07993, 1911 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Adgateville, GA: Plan showing proposed overhead bridge and change in state highway, LOCATION: 118-91-13075, undated
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Adrian, GA: Main line and passing track, LOCATION: 076-40-14810, 1938 December 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Adrian, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Wadley Southern Railway, LOCATION: 142-05-09531, 1914 March
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Adrian, GA: Metal roof on foreman's house, LOCATION: 148-15-14475, 1936 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Adrian, GA: Proposed addition to depot, LOCATION: 158-16-00000, 1912 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Adrian, GA: Proposed location of class "B" station, LOCATION: 158-16-01107, 1902 November 28
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Adrian, GA: Combination depot, LOCATION: 158-16-08585, 1912 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Adrian, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 184-04-01021, 1902 October 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Adrian, GA: Survey in vicinity of Wadley Southern Railway and Central of Georgia Railroad crossing, LOCATION: 186-01-13597, 1928 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Adrian, GA: Survey in vicinity Wadley Southern and Central of Georgia crossing, LOCATION: 186-01-13597, 1928 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Adrian, GA: Location of "Y", LOCATION: 236-95-04555, 1906 April 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Adrian, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 27.1 and mile post 28.1, LOCATION: 204-30-06747, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Adrian, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 120 and 121, LOCATION: 126-03-08729, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alabama: Cahaba coal field and adjacent regions, LOCATION: 002-10-00000, 1890
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Alabama: State Highway County maps, LOCATION: 003-00-14902, 1937
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: Geological map, United States C and Geological Survey, 3 copies, LOCATION: 006-02-00000, 1894
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: Counties in Alabama, LOCATION: 048-36-00000, 1924
MAPTYPE: Local and State, 2 sheets
Alabama: Ballast chart, valuation survey 35, LOCATION: 054-31-00000, 1914 October
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Alabama: Detour map of Alabama and Georgia, LOCATION: 106-10-11104, 1954 April
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: State map, LOCATION: 180-43-00000, 1915
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: Geological survey of Alabama, LOCATION: 194-72-00000, 1933
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: Table of valuation property in Alabama, LOCATION: 198-67-11705, undated
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Alabama: City map of Andalusia, LOCATION: 208-86-16671, 1947 December
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alabama: Ballast chart, valuation survey 35, LOCATION: 054-31-00000, 1914 October
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Alabama: Survey of Columbus and Western Railway, LOCATION: 062-33-01008, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alabama: Table for valuation property in Alabama, LOCATION: 198-66-08789, undated
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams, 4 pages
Albany, GA: Terminals and connecting roads, LOCATION: 008-12-00058A, 1899 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Rearrangement of yard, study "A", LOCATION: 008-12-00058, 1899 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Detail plans of depot, LOCATION: 021-11-08248, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 28 sheets
Albany, GA: Detail plans of depot, LOCATION: 021-10-09173, 1913 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 3 sheets,
Albany, GA: Proposed trainmens baggage room, LOCATION: 021-11-10411, 1916 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Albany, GA: Additions to sheds and platforms, LOCATION: 021-10-12937, 1925 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Albany, GA: Material for crosswalk, LOCATION: 021-11-13016, 1925 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Cuts on lumber used in express and baggage truckway, LOCATION: 021-11-13024, 1925 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Passenger terminal, repairs to sash and doors, LOCATION: 021-11-15022, 1940 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Roundhouse store and oil house, LOCATION: 021-13-13036, 1925 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 20 sheets
Albany, GA: Plan of pit, LOCATION: 021-21-10237, 1916 April
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Detail of electric contactor supports, LOCATION: 021-21-11652, 1920 June
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Wheels and axles, LOCATION: 021-21-12987, 1925 September
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Elevation of circular rail, LOCATION: 021-21-13006, 1925 October
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Framing of ties for 85-foot turntable, LOCATION: 021-21-13056, 1926 March, revised 1944
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Detail of circular rail, LOCATION: 021-21-15522, 1944 May 22
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Proposed concrete and timber curbs, LOCATION: 021-21-15535, 1944 June, revised 1946
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Detail of shim plates for repair for center casting, LOCATION: 021-21-15555, 1944 August
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Adjusting plates under center cross girder, LOCATION: 021-21-15910, 1946 November
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Albany, GA: Fairbanks, Morse, and Company coaling station, LOCATION: 025-10-00000, 1925 August 04
MAPTYPE: Coaling Stations, 16 sheets
Albany, GA: Temporary trestle for Lockhart main line new coaling station, LOCATION: 025-11-12926, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Coaling Stations
Albany, GA: Proposed coaling station, LOCATION: 025-10-12926, 1925 June
MAPTYPE: Coaling Stations
Albany, GA: Georgia Northern Railway Company track to serve ammunition storage area, LOCATION: 042-72-16735, 1953 April 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 2 sheets
Albany, GA: John Slappey estate, LOCATION: 045-01-16216, 1948 November 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Proposed east and west access road in the Empire Land Company industrial area west of Slappey Drive, LOCATION: 045-01-17442, 1959 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way, 7 sheets
Albany, GA: Plan and profile of proposed drop inlet west of Slappey Drive, LOCATION: 045-01-17442, 1959 October
MAPTYPE: Drainage, 7 sheets
Albany, GA: Diesel fuel and lube oil facilities, Pump house, LOCATION: 048-64-16707, 1954 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 5 sheets
Albany, GA: Diesel fuel and lube oil facilities, Pump house, LOCATION: 048-64-16707, 1954 February
MAPTYPE: Tanks, 5 sheets
Albany, GA: Yard Office, LOCATION: 050-53-13019, 1926 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 7 sheets
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track for A and M Karaghesian, Incorporated, LOCATION: 054-50-16872, 1954 September 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Union Stock Yards Company sheds and pens, LOCATION: 054-60-14552, 1936 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Lithograph map of Albany Terminal Insurance, J and H Fire Protection, 1950, LOCATION: 056-27-14124, 1931 August 19
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Freight depot sign, LOCATION: 064-53-15031, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Full-size letter details for sign on freight depot, LOCATION: 064-53-15036, undated
MAPTYPE: Signs and Stencils, 5 pages
Albany, GA: Sign "Freight Depot", LOCATION: 064-54-15037, 1940 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Plan of tracks, joint Atlantic Coast Line Railway, LOCATION: 071-30-17512, 1960 April 27
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Plan of freight depot, LOCATION: 074-45-02958A, 1890 May 26
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Plan of freight depot, LOCATION: 074-45-02958B, 1890 May 26
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Extension to warehouse, LOCATION: 074-45-06954, 1909 August 20
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Albany, GA: Office of freight house, LOCATION: 074-45-08990, 1915 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Addition to transfer platform, LOCATION: 074-44-09001, 1913 April 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Floor plan of freight house, LOCATION: 074-45-11410, 1919 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Albany freight house, LOCATION: 074-44-14226, 1932 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Proposed consolidation of offices, LOCATION: 074-45-14699, 1932 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Alterations to freight house, LOCATION: 074-44-15753, 1945 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Sketch showing routes and distances traveled by engines hostled at Albany, GA, LOCATION: 075-41-16411, 1950 August 03
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Albany, GA: Location and capacity of pass track, LOCATION: 076-00-10559, 1917 February 09, revised 1920
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Albany, GA: Track to serve P.E. Chandler and Son, LOCATION: 077-11-15000, 1940 February 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Unloading pit for Camp Concrete Products Company, LOCATION: 077-30-15761, 1943 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Plan of track for Camp Concrete Company, LOCATION: 090-27-15511, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Terminals connections, LOCATION: 094-69-06381, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Map of 2nd Street and vicinity, LOCATION: 096-10-13593, 1928 September
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve J.P. Calhoun's proposed plant, LOCATION: 097-15-17415
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Tracks of Georgia Northern Railroad adjacent to yard, LOCATION: 098-20-11393, 1919 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Present terminal, LOCATION: 098-23-12807, 1913 August
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Passenger terminals, LOCATION: 098-24-08396, 1911 July
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Tracks and property Southwestern Railroad, LOCATION: 098-32-02610, 1883 January 01, revised July 1888
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Water supply, LOCATION: 099-27-08613, 1912 May
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Albany, GA: Tracks at Georgia Lumbers and Builders plant, LOCATION: 099-32-10103, 1915 December, revised 1923
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Passenger terminal, LOCATION: 099-34-08551, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Tracks and property along Front Street between 3rd Street and Society Streets, LOCATION: 099-51-09019, 1913 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Tracks and property at Union Depot, LOCATION: 099-53-08327, 1912 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve Joe Brashears Steel, Incorporated, LOCATION: 101-57-17381, 1959 May 07, revised 1959
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve J.M. Scherberger, LOCATION: 101-68-17431, 1959 August, revised 1959
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Paving near freight depot, LOCATION: 104-97-13101, 1926 May
MAPTYPE: Paving
Albany, GA: Proposed drains at Society Street, LOCATION: 105-77-17574, 1960 October 28
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Albany, GA: Plan of easement desired by Georgia Highway Department, LOCATION: 109-73-17668, 1961 July 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Yard arrangement, LOCATION: 112-64-12905, 1925 May 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Yard tracks, LOCATION: 112-95-00721, 1902 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Layout of building of Tennessee Fertilizer Company, LOCATION: 114-34-02331, 1909
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Five-foot circular concrete arch under tracks at passenger terminal, LOCATION: 114-52-08692, 1912 July 18
MAPTYPE: Culverts
Albany, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Seaboard Air Line Railroad, LOCATION: 118-18-09758, 1914 November 23
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Exchange of property with Atlantic Coast Line Railway, LOCATION: 118-68-09552, 1914 April 22
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Compress track and Georgia Northern Railroad "Y", LOCATION: 142-17-08568, 1911 March 28
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Flint River Cypress Company with Albany Phosphate Company track, LOCATION: 142-25-08392, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Flint River Cypress Company with Albany Phosphate Company track, LOCATION: 142-25-08392, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Albany Passenger Terminal Company, LOCATION: 142-43-08452A, 1912 July 27
MAPTYPE: crossings
Albany, GA: Crossing frogs for Georgia Cotton Oil Company track, LOCATION: 142-74-09297, 1913 September 04
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Property conveyed to Southwestern Railroad Company by Empire Land Company, LOCATION: 144-30-10110, 1915 Dember
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Property of Albany Passenger Terminal Company, LOCATION: 144-42-08697, 1912 July 24
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Additional right of way to be acquired for track for J.E. Tomlin and Company, LOCATION: 144-96-13369, 1927 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Additional right of way to be acquired for track for J.E. Tomlin and Company, LOCATION: 144-96-13369, 1927 April
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Present and proposed elevation of depot track and property, LOCATION: 146-21-08450, 1912 January 18
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Northern Railway, plan of proposed track to serve the Cudahy Packing Company, LOCATION: 148-20-14494, 1936 March 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Tift, Brown, and Weatherby property, LOCATION: 150-44-15666, 1945 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Map of Albany Passenger Terminal Company showing property and tracks, LOCATION: 154-55-13451, 1927 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track for Rio Stores, Incorporated, LOCATION: 158-20-17448, 1959 October 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Plan of air compressor house, LOCATION: 158-23-09099, 1913 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Plan of air compressor house, LOCATION: 158-23-13102, 1926 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Alterations to warehouse leased to Tift and Peed, LOCATION: 158-54-12362, 1923 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Albany, GA: Plan of new roof for Tift Grocery Company building, LOCATION: 158-54-15002, 1940 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Detail of skylights for Tift Grocery Company warehouse, LOCATION: 158-54-15005, 1940 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Albany Street Railway at Washington Street, LOCATION: 180-92-04083, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Passenger Terminal Company crossing, LOCATION: 182-43-13017, 1925 November 03
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Present and proposed airports, LOCATION: 186-53-15318, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Albany, GA: Survey of Slappey property by Marbury Engine Company, LOCATION: 186-86-16537, 1951 September 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Map showing proposed purchase of property for new yard, LOCATION: 186-90-16596, 1952 February 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Map showing property for new yard, LOCATION: 186-90-16596, 1952 February 25
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Plan and profile of site of accident involving the Great Southern Trucking Company tractor-trailer, LOCATION: 188-54-17315, 1958 December 01
MAPTYPE: Law Suits and Accidents
Albany, GA: Building for storing train supply boxes, LOCATION: 196-45-12375, 1923 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Indicator board for 50,000-gallon steel water tank, LOCATION: 196-72-09218, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Albany, GA: Sketch of proposed depot, LOCATION: 198-87-07967, 1910 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Proposed express building, LOCATION: 198-92-08272, 1911 September 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Proposed warehouse space for W.A. Griffin in freight house, LOCATION: 208-10-14233, 1933 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Albany, GA: West Pine Street crossing, LOCATION: 208-29-14601, 1936 June 25
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Albany, GA: Proposed extension to pump tower, LOCATION: 208-57-15041, 1940 May 14
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Albany, GA: Proposed pump layout, LOCATION: 208-57-15055, 1940 June 22
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Albany, GA: Georgia number track to airport, LOCATION: 208-63-15136, 1940 November 08
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Track for Southeastern Pipe Line Company, LOCATION: 208-66-15232, 1941 October 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: City map, LOCATION: 208-68-15681, 1941 October
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Albany, GA: City map, LOCATION: 208-68-16737, 1941
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Albany, GA: Detail of ice house for Albany Passenger Terminal Company, LOCATION: 210-11-16535, 1951 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Track for Standard Oil Company at mile post S-298 plus 525', LOCATION: 210-95-16851, 1954 July 26
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Plan showing property to be acquired from A.M. Slappey and Watkins Lumber Company, LOCATION: 212-89-17319, 1958 December 08
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Sketch of tracks from mile post 292 to mile post 296, LOCATION: 214-51-15776, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Sketch of main track from mile post 292 to mile post 296, LOCATION: 214-51-15776, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Proposed connecting track with Seaboard Air Line Railway to serve the K.B. Hodges property, LOCATION: 214-74-16165, 1948 June 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Property connecting track with Seaboard Air Line Railway to serve the K.B. Hodges property, LOCATION: 214-74-16165, 1948 June 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve Maxwell Brothers, LOCATION: 214-74-16730, 1953 December 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Plan of Georgia Northern Railroad, LOCATION: 216-21-14728, 1938 May 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Industrial site mile post 299, LOCATION: 216-81-15665, 1945 June 18
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Proposed office in passenger depot, LOCATION: 218-43-15445, 1943 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Additional tracks Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company, LOCATION: 222-95-00224, 1901 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Arrangement of yard tracks, LOCATION: 224-02-02457, 1905 July 20
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Rearrangement of main yard, LOCATION: 224-03-00626, 1902 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Rearrangement of main yard, LOCATION: 224-04-00642, 1902 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Spur and siding for cypress saw mill near mile post 151, Albany Branch, LOCATION: 224-86-02631, 1900 November 24
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Property in connection with paving North Street, LOCATION: 226-68-09279, 1913 November 15
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Foundation for 50,000-gallon tank, LOCATION: 226-87-08810, 1912 November
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Albany, GA: Tracks on Front Street, LOCATION: 228-49-08773, 1912 October 03
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Proposed cut off, LOCATION: 232-01-10890, 1918 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Steel tower for pumping station, LOCATION: 232-39-08671, 1912 July
MAPTYPE: Water Supply, 2 sheets
Albany, GA: Tracks, LOCATION: 232-54-04520, 1906 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Albany, GA: Passenger Terminals Company, LOCATION: 234-33-08241, 1911 August 29
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Proposed new location for compress, LOCATION: 234-55-08344, 1911 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Proposed arrangements of tracks, LOCATION: 236-10-7823, 1910 December
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Proposed track Flint River Cypress Company, LOCATION: 238-19-08247, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Albany to Arlington, LOCATION: 009-10-00000, 1901 May
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Albany, GA: Albany to Quincy, LOCATION: 031-20-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Albany, GA: Proposed cut off, LOCATION: 146-51-01104, 1918 January
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Albany, GA: Albany Passenger Terminal Company valuation, section 1, LOCATION: 126-26-00039, undated
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve J.P. Calhoun's proposed plant, LOCATION: 063-01-17415, 1959 August 05
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Proposed overhead bridge at 2nd Street, LOCATION: 047-01-00000, 1929 October
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 3 sheets
Albany, GA: Proposed new bridge for Georgia Southwestern and Gulf Railroad at Flint River, LOCATION: 069-72-00000, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Albany, GA: Georgia Northern Railroad proposed changes to tretle approach to Flint River bridge, LOCATION: 154-47-13968, 1930 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Albany, GA Georgia Northern Railroad proposed toe walls for ends of trestle over Flint River, LOCATION: 154-47-00000, 1925 April 30
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Albany, GA: Resurvey from mile post 296 to 297, LOCATION: 160-75-09137, 1919 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Resurvey from mile post 296.5 to 297.5, LOCATION: 160-76-09078, 1917 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Resurvey from mile post 297 to 298, LOCATION: 164-21-09168, 1913 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Signals J2961 to 2962, LOCATION: 107-49-12384, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Albany, GA: Resurvey from mile post 297 to 298, LOCATION: 225-02-09078A, 1913 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Profile map from Albany, GA to Lee County, GA, LOCATION: 018-42-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 20 sheets
Albany, GA: Full size detail of skylight bar, Union Depot, LOCATION: 021-11-01048, 1913 June 21
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Ticket case for Union Depot, LOCATION: 021-10-09150, 1913 May 10
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Coupon ticket case for Union Depot, LOCATION: 021-11-09169, 1913 May 12
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Albany, GA: Listing of equipment and supplies for coaling station at Albany, GA, LOCATION: 025-10-00000, 1925 August 04
MAPTYPE: Coaling Stations
Albany, GA: Plan of proposed 24 inch storm sewer and open ditch to afford storm drainage in Empire Land Company industrial area, LOCATION: 045-01-16536, 1959 August
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Albany, GA: Profile of proposed Second Street Bridge, LOCATION: 047-01-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Albany, GA: Map of topography in vicinity of Second Street, LOCATION: 047-01-00000, 1926 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Survey of Second Street viaduct, LOCATION: 047-01-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Albany, GA: Proposed diesel fueling facilities, LOCATION: 048-40-16655, 1952 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Albany, GA: Circuit plan for Albany, LOCATION: 107-84-12384, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Albany, GA: Profile of track serving Turner Field, LOCATION: 208-99-00000, 1953 June 15
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Albany, GA: Details of structural steel at Union Depot, Roanoke Iron Works Incorporated, LOCATION: 078-00-08248, 1912 December 11
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 18 sheets
Albany, GA: Profile of main line of Southwestern Division from Albany, GA to Arlinton, GA, LOCATION: 078-04-08630, 1912 May
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Albany, GA: Plan showing proposed location of track to serve the John Deere Plow Company, LOCATION: 148-81-14878, 1939 May 15
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Map showing property to be purchased from the Georgia Realty Company, LOCATION: 222-48-09277, 1913 August 08
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Albany, GA: Map showing space required for additional track, LOCATION: 222-51-13046, 1926 January 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA to Quincy, AL: Preliminary survey, LOCATION: 236-50-04946, 1906 September 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Albany, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile posts 51 and 52, LOCATION: 204-93-11910, 1921 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile posts 52 and 53, LOCATION: 204-94-11911, 1921 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Albany, GA: Resurvey from mile post 51 to 53, LOCATION: 197-53-08350, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Study for new combination depot, LOCATION: 048-75-16889, 1954 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 3 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Location plan for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-16-00762, 1902 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Foundation plan for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-06-00784, 1902 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Location plan for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-05-00785, 1902 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Ground floor for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-51-00789, 1902 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Roof plan for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-51-00797, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Sectional views for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-51-00798, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-51-00804, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-16-00805, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-36-00806, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Detail of fire places for proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-51-01122, 1902 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Alterations to depot, LOCATION: 052-10-08079, 1911 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 3 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Additions and alterations to depot, LOCATION: 052-43-11650, 1920 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 3 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Proposed shed over platform, LOCATION: 052-43-15952, 1947 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Section house roof plan, LOCATION: 057-03-15088, 1940 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Alexander City, AL: Proposed improvements, LOCATION: 062-13-16686, 1953 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Depot plans, LOCATION: 062-13-16983, 1954 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 11 pages
Alexander City, AL: Depot plans, LOCATION: 062-14-16983, 1954 August 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Alterations to depot, LOCATION: 073-40-16371, 1950 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: City map, LOCATION: 092-10-16946, 1955 May 31
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alexander City, AL: Tracks and right of way, LOCATION: 098-94-02916, 1902 July 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alexander City, AL: Right of way and tracks, LOCATION: 098-94-02916, 1902 July 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alexander City, AL: Proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 099-87-16683, 1953 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Garage for motor trucks, LOCATION: 102-91-13792, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Proposed dray tracks, LOCATION: 105-52-16013, 1947 July 22
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alexander City, AL: Proposed dray tracks, LOCATION: 105-52-16013
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Alexander City, AL: Encroachments, LOCATION: 106-54-01174, 1900 November, revised 1903
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Alexander City, AL: Temporary crossing station 18928, LOCATION: 108-63-12965, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Alexander City, AL: Tracks for Russell Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 112-60-09538, 1914 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alexander City, AL: Private road, LOCATION: 118-13-09928, 1915 April
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Alexander City, AL: West city limits, LOCATION: 148-85-14853, 1937 March 27
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alexander City, AL: Plan of location of overhead crossing, LOCATION: 154-72-12852, 1925 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alexander City, AL: Proposed site section layout for laborer's house, LOCATION: 156-51-15978, 1947 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Alexander City, AL: City map, LOCATION: 180-39-00000, 1898
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alexander City, AL: James Blair on right of way, LOCATION: 182-77-09700, 1914 August 07
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Alexander City, AL: Location of present main line with respect to old main line of 1924, LOCATION: 208-64-15063, 1940 August 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alexander City, AL: Proposed retaining wall opposite site of new depot, LOCATION: 210-61-16940, 1955 April
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alexander City, AL: Morgan and Durden property, LOCATION: 224-66-08214, 1911 August 12
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alexander City, AL: Tracks for Russell Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 226-09-12301, 1923 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alexander City, AL: Spur track to Alexander City Cotton Mill, LOCATION: 236-82-01130, 1900 December 22
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alexander City, AL: Proposed line to Tallapoosa Oil Mill, LOCATION: 110-69-02855, 1898 November 21
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Alexander City, AL: Print of details, bridge P-360.2, Alabama Highway Department 11 pages, LOCATION: 051-30-00000, 1961 May 02
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Alexander City, AL: Proposed foot bridge, study no. 1 and 2, LOCATION: 148-05-14274, 1933 December
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Alexander City, AL: Plan of masonry, Tallapoosa Street bridge P-361.8, LOCATION: 068-05-13002, 1925 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 5 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Virginia Bridge Company detail V6486, LOCATION: 068-05-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Alabama Highway Department, Tallapoosa Street bridge P-361.8, LOCATION: 048-65-17074, 1956 June
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 6 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Coal trestle for Russell Manufacturing Company P-362.9, detail of I-beam, LOCATION: 216-30-15286, 1942 March
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Alexander City, AL: Material unloading trestle for Brown, Barnes, and Jones, LOCATION: 210-08-16459, 1957 December
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Alexander City, AL: Material unloading trestle for Brown, Barnes, and Jones, LOCATION: 210-08-16551, 1951 November
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Alexander City, AL: Unloading conveyor pit for W.H. Embry, mile post 365+770 feet, LOCATION: 110-01-17339, 1959 February 10, revised 1959
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Alexander City, AL: Profile of existing side track for proposed location of under track conveyor to serve proposed asphalt plant to be built by W.H. Embry, mile post 365, LOCATION: 110-01-17314, 1958 November 03
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey from mile post 362 to 363, LOCATION: 172-31-13647, 1928 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey from mile post 363 to 364, LOCATION: 172-32-13661, 1928 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey from mile post 364 to 365, LOCATION: 172-33-13679, 1929 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey from mile post 365 to 366, LOCATION: 172-34-13644, 1928 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey from mile post 366 to 367, LOCATION: 172-35-13640, 1928 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Resurvey between mile post 366 and 367, LOCATION: 239-47-05065, 1909 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alexander City, AL: Profile from Alexander City, GA to Dodeville, AL, LOCATION: 025-02-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 15 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Proposed pedestrian underpass, LOCATION: 049-24-16700, 1953 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Proposed pedestrian underpass, LOCATION: 049-24-16700, 1953 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Alexander City, AL: Proposed combination depot, LOCATION: 050-14-00813, 1902 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: Survey at combination depot, LOCATION: 052-10-15944, 1947 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Alexander City, AL: City map, LOCATION: 214-03-15765, 1946 June
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Alexander City, AL: Coal Trestle for the Russell Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 216-99-15901, 1946 October
MAPTYPE: Trestles, 3 sheets
Alexander City, GA: Encroachment by Union warehouse, LOCATION: 198-28-07372, 1910 March
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Algreen, AL: Resurvey from mile post 366 to 368, LOCATION: 168-47-08388, 1911 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alice May, GA: Resurvey from mile post 228 to 230, LOCATION: 227-34-08040, 1911 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aline, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 2017+12 and 2069+92, LOCATION: 202-88-13186, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aline, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 2069+92 and 2122+72, LOCATION: 202-89-13187, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allen's, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 120 and 122, LOCATION: 126-59-08246, 1961 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allen's, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 120 and 122, LOCATION: 231-04-08246, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allie, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 54 and mile post 55, LOCATION: 200-16-09342, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allie, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 55 and mile post 56, LOCATION: 200-17-09343, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allie, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 56 and mile post 57, LOCATION: 200-18-09344, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allie, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 57 and mile post 58, LOCATION: 200-19-09397, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Allie, GA: Road crossing at mile post 55, LOCATION: 216-98-15903, 1946 October
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Alma, AL: Projected location. Alma, AL to Lost Creek, LOCATION: 076-05-11717, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Almira, GA: Resurvey between mile post 118 and 120, LOCATION: 122-68-09866, 1914 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alred, AL: Resurvey of the area between mile post 377 and 379, LOCATION: 176-47-09478, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alred, AL: Resurvey of the area between mile post 379 and 381, LOCATION: 176-49-09479, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alred, AL: Resurvey of the area between mile post 381 and 382, LOCATION: 176-51-09480, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Alton Park, TN: Crossing for Key-James Brick Company track and Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 077-47-16354, 1950 March 08
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Alton Park, TN: Plan of proposed track to serve Tennessee Products and Chemical Corporation, LOCATION: 077-72-16641, 1952 July 29
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Alton Park, TN: Plan of proposed track to serve Tennessee Products and Chemical Corporation, LOCATION: 077-72-16641, 1952 July 29
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Alton Park, TN: Tracks serving Chattanooga Warehouse and Compress Company, LOCATION: 222-94-11788, 1921 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: 150,000-gallon tank, LOCATION: 050-34-12901, 1925 May
MAPTYPE: Water Supply, 4 sheets
Americus, GA: Phoenix Bridge Company detail, LOCATION: 068-15-00000, 1906 June 06
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Americus, GA: Plan of pit, LOCATION: 068-15-09582, 1914 May, revised 1916
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Americus, GA: Repairs to roller nest, LOCATION: 068-15-11936, 1921 October 25
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Americus, GA: Circular rail, LOCATION: 068-15-15946, 1947 January 31
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Americus, GA: Location and capacity of pass track, LOCATION: 076-55-10556, 1917 February 09, revised 1920
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Americus, GA: City map, LOCATION: 094-40-13069, 1914
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Americus, GA: City map of 1959, LOCATION: 099-78-00000, 1962
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Americus, GA: Alterations and additions to depot, LOCATION: 104-34-10163, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Americus, GA: Alterations for express agency, LOCATION: 104-34-15018, 1940 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Americus, GA: Proposed umbrella shed for passenger depot, LOCATION: 104-35-02096, 1904 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Americus, GA: Proposed umbrella shed for passenger depot, LOCATION: 104-35-02133, 1916 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Americus, GA: Proposed umbrella shed for passenger depot, LOCATION: 104-35-02388, 1905 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Americus, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 106-59-02356, 1905 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 106-64-02002, 1904 July
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Proposed "Y" at Americus, GA, mile post S-261, LOCATION: 106-99-13216, 1926 June 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Proposed "Y" at Americus, mile post S-261, LOCATION: 106-99-13216, 1926 June 25
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Americus, GA: Plan of Town Creek, LOCATION: 110-41-05218, 1906 December 04
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Americus, GA: Tracks to proposed Manufacturing Establishments on land of D.F. Davenport, LOCATION: 110-90-02836, 1890 March 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Spur for Americus Tile and Artificial Stone Company, LOCATION: 144-90-05758, 1907 August 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: City and the environment, LOCATION: 150-80-15798, 1946 February
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Americus, GA: Location map of southern field, LOCATION: 150-80-15798, 1946 February
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Americus, GA: Location of lines A, B, and C east from Americus, Savannah, and Columbus Railway, LOCATION: 180-24-02994, 1888 June 18
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Proposed side track for Variety Works Company, LOCATION: 182-51-08644, 1912 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Plan of signal and communication maintainers for storage and motor car building, LOCATION: 188-87-17703, 1961 September 26
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Americus, GA: Plan of pump house, LOCATION: 194-41-13938, 1930 July 14
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Americus, GA: Freight house at passenger depot, LOCATION: 196-18-08654, 1931 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Americus, GA: Culvert under tracks at H-261.77, LOCATION: 206-68-16301, 1949 August 12
MAPTYPE: Culverts
Americus, GA: Row proposed to be leased to Farmers' Bonded Warehouse, LOCATION: 212-76-17300, 1958 September 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Americus, GA: Track for McCleskey Cotton Oil Company on a survey in the vicinity of Spring Street and the Central of Georgia main line, LOCATION: 214-43-15123A, 1941 January 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Right of way and tracks for McCleskey Cotton Oil Company, LOCATION: 214-43-15123A, 1941 January 11
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Americus, GA: Survey for proposed levee at Seaboard Air Line Railway crossing, high water from Muckalee Creek, LOCATION: 216-48-15416, 1952 February 26
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Americus, GA: Drainage at Sheffield Hardware, mile post 262, LOCATION: 216-48-16621, 1952 May 07
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Americus, GA: Harrold Brothers compress building, LOCATION: 218-37-13930, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Americus, GA: Rearrangement of yard, LOCATION: 220-25-06308, 1908 May 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Mile post 24.9, 27 waterways, LOCATION: 228-62-11492, 1919 September
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Americus, GA: Proposed tracks Americus Railway and Light Company, LOCATION: 236-26-07669, 1910 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Track to International Agricultural Corporation, LOCATION: 236-94-08199, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Track to Glover and Ansly Grocery Company, LOCATION: 236-97-01388, 1903 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Mile posts 262 to 267, ballast profile, LOCATION: 023-30-00000, 1917 August
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Americus, GA: Profile from Americus, GA to Eastman, GA, mile post 11 to 33, LOCATION: 031-21-00000, 1888 July
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Americus, GA: Plan showing proposed improvements to drainage facilities in vicinity of Lee Street, LOCATION: 092-59-00268, 1962 November 19
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Americus, GA: Cross sections showing proposed changes in ditch grade on north side of track from station 45+65 to 57+00 and 61+50 to 79+00, LOCATION: 092-58-00267, 1962 November 19
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Americus, GA: Profile showing proposed change in ditch grade on north side of tracks at station 61+50, LOCATION: 092-54-00264, 1962 November 19
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Americus, GA: Profile showing proposed change in ditch grade on north side of tracks at station 45+65, LOCATION: 092-51-00262, 1962 November 19
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Americus, GA: Overhead bridge plan and profile, LOCATION: 053-22-14315, 1934 May 16
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Americus, GA: Overhead bridge, Georgia Highway Department, LOCATION: 053-22-00000, 1934 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 4 sheets
Americus, GA: Temporary Testle for Seaboard Air Line Railroad crossing H-262.6, LOCATION: 114-07-13107, 1926 May 11
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Americus, GA: Resurvey from mile post 261 to 262, LOCATION: 160-40-07941, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Americus, GA: Resurvey from mile post 262 to 263, LOCATION: 160-41-09791, 1911 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Americus, GA: Resurvey from mile post 263 to 264, LOCATION: 160-42-07926, 1911 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Americus, GA: Resurvey from mile post 264 to 266, LOCATION: 160-43-07933, 1911 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Americus, GA: Signals H2622 to 2628, LOCATION: 107-41-12384, 1926 July
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Americus, GA: Americus to Maddox, mile post 260 to 270, LOCATION: 111-32-12223, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Americus, GA: Resurvey from mile post 70 to 71, LOCATION: 227-66-07941, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Americus, GA: Relay cabinet wiring details, LOCATION: 105-68-13265, 1931 January
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits, 2 sheets
Americus, GA: Plan of Americus Yard, LOCATION: 184-02-01163, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Americus, GA: Proposed spur track for the accommodation of H.T. Davenport and U.B. Harrold, LOCATION: 184-15-02597, 1905 August 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Plan showing proposed track and profile for the Southern Art Metal Company, LOCATION: 236-27-08970, 1913 January 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA: Proposed spur track for the accommodations of H.T. Davenport and U.B. Harrold, LOCATION: 184-15-02597, 1905 August 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Americus, GA to Buena Vista,AL: Map of Buena Vista and Ellaville Railroad survey, LOCATION: 180-19-02649, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Ames, AL to Ocmulgee, GA: Location of signals from Ames to Ocmulgee, LOCATION: 111-95-13658, 1928 October
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Ames, GA: Signals R7 to 1847, LOCATION: 107-03-13768, 1930 May
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Andalusia, AL: Creosote timber culvert for Dixon Lumber Company, LOCATION: 056-50-16520, 1951 August 29
MAPTYPE: Culverts
Andalusia, AL: Proposed track changes Southern Cotton Oil Company, LOCATION: 058-24-14434, 1935 September 05
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Location and capacity of pass track, LOCATION: 076-00-11231, 1918 November 05, revised 1920
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Andalusia, AL: Track to Andalusia Packing House, LOCATION: 100-79-10501, 1916 December 12
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Surveys of location at Conecuh River crossing, LOCATION: 104-03-00053, 1899 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL Tracks and property, LOCATION: 106-57-01508, 1907 June 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Track for Dixon Industries, Incorporated, LOCATION: 148-31-14569, 1937 February 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Spirit shed, LOCATION: 196-12-00733, 1900 April 28
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Andalusia, AL: Map of Gulf Naval Stores Company property, LOCATION: 212-03-16499, 1951 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Andalusia, AL: West leg of "Y" for Sessoms Grocery Company, LOCATION: 228-03-10439, 1916 October 09
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Andalusia, AL: Spur to Andalusia Fertilizer Company, LOCATION: 228-42-09364, 1913 November 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Spur track Southern Cotton Oil Company, LOCATION: 236-66-00680, 1902 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andalusia, AL: Proposed track for Andalusia Packing House, LOCATION: 228-82-10502, 1916 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Andalusia, AL: Resurvey of the area between mile post 428.5 and 429.3, LOCATION: 176-99-06973, 1909 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andalusia, AL: Resurvey between mile post 428.5 and 429.3, LOCATION: 237-67-06973, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andalusia, AL: Profile between Andalusia and Christine, LOCATION: 009-10-02910, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Andalusia, AL: Map showing drainage area S-409.7, LOCATION: 196-59-12341, 1922 December
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Andalusia, AL to Christine, AL: Located line, LOCATION: 098-61-02996, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Anderson, GA: Seaboard Air Line Railroad trestle with steel bearing piles, renewal of the Little Ogeechee Bridge, LOCATION: 054-56-00000, 1937 May 04
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Andersonville, GA: Plan of depot, LOCATION: 050-71-02963, 1882 November 14
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 10 sheets
Andersonville, GA: Combination freight and passenger depot, LOCATION: 050-71-15759, 1943 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Andersonville, GA: Rearrange track for American Cyanamid and Chemical Corporation, LOCATION: 058-55-15302, 1942 July 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Andersonville, GA: Mile post 251.3, LOCATION: 216-57-15417, 1943 February 03
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Andersonville, GA: Overhead bridge H-251.0, Georgia State Highway Department, LOCATION: 049-35-00000, 1937 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 7 sheets
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 250 to 252, LOCATION: 160-29-05721, 1907 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 252 to 253, LOCATION: 160-31-08041, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 253 to 254, LOCATION: 160-32-08042, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 254 to 255, LOCATION: 160-33-08043, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 255 to 257, LOCATION: 160-34-08044, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Andersonville, GA: Signals H2512 to 2559, LOCATION: 107-38-12384, 1923 September
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Andersonville, GA: Andersonville to Arles, mile post 250 to 260, LOCATION: 111-31-12223, 1928
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Andersonville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 250 to 252, LOCATION: 227-56-05721, 1907 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apalachee, GA: Right of way, LOCATION: 113-28-06615, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Apalachee, GA: Roof over cotton platform, LOCATION: 158-34-10986, 1917 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Apalachee, GA Retired metal roof on depot, LOCATION: 208-11-14427, 1936 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Apalachee, GA: Depot site, LOCATION: 224-91-00376, 1901 August 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of station grounds and tracks, LOCATION: 238-86-05838, 1907 October 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Apalachee, GA: Layout of tracks, roads, and buildings in the vicinity of Central of Georgia bridge A-85, LOCATION: 093-53-00201, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 263 and 264, LOCATION: 132-95-06538, 1919 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 264 and 265, LOCATION: 132-96-06539, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 265 and 266, LOCATION: 132-97-08540, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 266 and 267, LOCATION: 132-98-10827, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apalachee, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 263 and 264, LOCATION: 231-63-06538, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apollo, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 221 and 222, LOCATION: 128-24-08875, 1922 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Apollo, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 222 and 223, LOCATION: 128-25-07647, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aqua, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 248 to 249, LOCATION: 132-80-08505, 1911 December, revised 1956
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aqua, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 249 to 250, LOCATION: 132-81-08507, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aqua, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 251 to 253, LOCATION: 132-83-08451, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Aqua, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 248 and 249, LOCATION: 231-61-08505, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Ardmore, GA to Oliver, GA: Savannah and Atlanta Railway and Central of Georgia proposed consolidated operation, main track connection between Ardmore, GA and Oliver, GA, LOCATION: 099-76-17338, 1957 December, revised 1959
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Ariton, AL: Resurvey from mile post 382 to 383, LOCATION: 168-63-06984, 1909 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Ariton, AL: Resurvey from mile post 383 to 385, LOCATION: 168-64-08617, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Ariton, AL: Resurvey from mile post 385 to 386, LOCATION: 168-66-08618, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arkwright, AL: Stairway for passenger landing, LOCATION: 150-24-15299, 1942 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Arkwright, AL: City map, LOCATION: 180-94-08078, 1911 May
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Arkwright, AL: Resurvey from mile post 407 to 408, LOCATION: 172-76-13831, 1929 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arkwright, GA: Resurvey between mile post 410 and 412, LOCATION: 239-90-05092, 1910 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arles, GA: Spur to aviation field, LOCATION: 110-12-10883, 1918 January 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arles, GA: Plan of tracks near Americus, showing southern field, LOCATION: 150-80-15796, 1946 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arles, GA: Plan showing tracks serving Southern Field, near Americus, GA, LOCATION: 150-80-15797, 1946 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arles, GA: Plan showing tracks serving Southern Field, near Americus, GA, LOCATION: 150-80-15797, 1946 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Arles, GA: Track to Reconstruction Finance Corporation warehouse, LOCATION: 216-90-15651, 1945 May 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arles, GA: Resurvey from mile post 257 to 259, LOCATION: 160-36-08045, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arles, GA: Resurvey from mile post 259 to 260, LOCATION: 160-38-08046, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arles, GA: Resurvey from mile post 260 to 261, LOCATION: 160-39-05784, 1905 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arles, GA: Signals H2574 to 2596, LOCATION: 107-39-12384, 1923 September
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Arlington, GA: Combination freight and passenger depot, LOCATION: 068-42-12130, 1925 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Arlington, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 094-83-02269, 1905 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arlington, GA: City map, LOCATION: 110-35-06120, 1901 December 28
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Arlington, GA: Station grounds, Arlington Station, LOCATION: 184-26-01160, 1898 March 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arlington, GA: Tracks, LOCATION: 184-26-07167, 1901 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arlington, GA: Encroachments of Southern Cotton Oil Company, LOCATION: 198-27-07242, 1910 February
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Arlington, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Georgia, Florida, and Alabama Railroad, LOCATION: 234-60-01000, 1902 September
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Arlington, GA: Resurvey from mile post 332 to 333, LOCATION: 225-41-05220, 1916 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Army Depot, GA: Proposed depot, LOCATION: 054-77-15388, 1943 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Army Depot, GA: Track to serve Army depot, LOCATION: 058-61-15230, 1941 September 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Army Depot, GA: Tracks to serve United States Army supply depot, LOCATION: 150-13-15139, 1941 March 13
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Arnall, GA: Resurvey from mile post 280 to 281, LOCATION: 134-54-06498, 1908 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arnall, GA: Resurvey from mile post 281 to 282, LOCATION: 134-55-06792, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arnall, GA: Resurvey from mile post 282 to 283, LOCATION: 134-56-06793, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Arnall, GA: Resurvey from mile post 283 to 284, LOCATION: 134-57-11211, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Foundation plan of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04868, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Floor plan of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04869, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Chimney plan of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04869/, 1907 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Elevation of track side of depot, LOCATION: 025-21-04870, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Elevation of street side of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04871, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Section through depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04872, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Detail of base board in depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04872A, 1907 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Detail of ceiling rip and corbel in waiting room of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04872B, 1907 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Roof plan of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04872C, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Roof truss of depot, LOCATION: 025-13-04872D, 1907 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Foundation plan of freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04873, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Floor plan of freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04874, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Front elevation of freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04875, 1907 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Section through freight house, LOCATION: 025-21-04876, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Roof truss of freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04877, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Detail of door frames and doors at freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04878, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Detail of window frames of freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04878A, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Detail of hanger at freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04878B, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Detail of corrugated iron vent gratings at freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04878C, 1907 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Roof constructed over agent's room at freight house, LOCATION: 025-13-04878D, 1907 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Plan for drainage at depot, LOCATION: 025-13-05768, 1907 September 04
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Seating plan for waiting rooms, Athens Depot, LOCATION: 025-21-05935, 1907 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Record of measurements of concrete foundations under walls of depot, LOCATION: 025-21-06171, 1908 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Proposed new ticket counter, LOCATION: 025-13-11596, 1920 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Alterations for Cosby-Hodges Milling Company in depot, LOCATION: 025-13-16262, 1949 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Steel grill alterations to freight house, LOCATION: 025-21-16320, 1949 October 28
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Detail of Amarete area, Oconee Street, LOCATION: 051-32-00000, 1909 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Proposed location of blanket mill of Athens Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 058-25-14724, 1938 May 16
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Original Richmond and Danville Railroad, LOCATION: 068-10-00000, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Location and capacity of pass track, LOCATION: 076-55-10313, 1916 June 22, revised 1920
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Athens, GA: Track and coal trestle to serve University of Georgia heating plant, LOCATION: 077-10-14978, 1939 December 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Combination passenger and freight station, LOCATION: 088-17-04589, 1906 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: City map, LOCATION: 094-77-12209, 1922 September
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Athens, GA: Tracks and connections, LOCATION: 100-03-04147, 1905 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Warehouse for Hulme Guano Company, LOCATION: 101-12-14515, 1936 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Athens, GA: Warehouse for W.A. Mathis, LOCATION: 101-13-14557A, 1936 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Athens, GA: Warehouse for W.A. Mathis, LOCATION: 101-13-14557B, 1937 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Athens, GA: Coal, cinder, and sand handling equipment, LOCATION: 101-40-15451, 1944 July
MAPTYPE: Coaling Stations
Athens, GA: Webb and Crawford warehouse (50 by 150 feet), LOCATION: 104-69-00914, 1899 July 29
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Athens, GA: Property and section of building occupied by Webb and Crawford, LOCATION: 104-69-09932, 1915 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Proposed drainage at depot, LOCATION: 106-90-05870, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Athens, GA: Tracks used by the Georgia Railroad in making interchange with other railroads, LOCATION: 109-84-17621, 1961 March 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Tracks used by the Georgia Railroad in matching interchange with other railroads, LOCATION: 109-84-17621, 1961 March 28
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Subdivision of Ware estate, LOCATION: 110-18-05909, 1907 November 13
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Yard and mountain tracks, LOCATION: 111-01-14153, 1932 March 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Yard and mountain tracks, LOCATION: 111-01-14153, 1932 March 25
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Yard tracks, LOCATION: 112-75-11929, 1921 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Property purchased from E.S. Lyndon by Central of Georgia, LOCATION: 113-06-04989, 1906 October 16
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Change in road desired by cemetery commissioners, LOCATION: 114-86-09282, 1913 August 14
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Athens, GA: Proposed trestle filling cemetery trestle, LOCATION: 114-88-08494, 1912 February
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Athens, GA: Plan of proposed spur track for Wofford Oil Company, LOCATION: 115-14-14196, 1932 August 03
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Changes in track for Swift and Company, LOCATION: 142-89-09472, 1914 February 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Proposed office space for commercial agent in depot, LOCATION: 148-17-14202, 1932 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Athens, GA: Topographical map of lot near depot, LOCATION: 148-36-14604, 1934 June 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Athens, GA: Topographical map of property near depot, LOCATION: 148-36-14604, 1934 June 28
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Proposed Water Supply, LOCATION: 180-09-09921, 1915 March 30
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Athens, GA: Right of way deeded to Covington and Macon Railroad by the Athens Gas and Light Company, LOCATION: 180-13-01253, 1898 October 20
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Right of way map of Central of Georgia property, LOCATION: 180-18-04770, 1906 June 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Right of way map of Central of Georgia property, LOCATION: 180-18-04814, 1906 June 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Right of way map of Central of Georgia property, LOCATION: 180-18-05002, 1906 June 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Right of way map of Central of Georgia property, LOCATION: 180-18-05003, 1906 June 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Alteration to culvert, mile post 104, LOCATION: 182-68-12519, 1924 April
MAPTYPE: Culverts
Athens, GA: Proposed rail barricade, LOCATION: 186-41-15536, 1944 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Tracks serving Hardeman and Phinizy warehouse, Atlantic Compress Company, and Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company, LOCATION: 194-35-13655, 1929 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Tracks serving Hardeman and Phinizy warehouse, Atlantic Compress Company, and Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company, LOCATION: 194-35-13655, 1929 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Tracks serving Hardeman and Phinizy warehouse, Atlantic Chemical Company, and Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company, LOCATION: 194-35-13655, 1929 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Proposed yard change, LOCATION: 194-60-14123, 1931 December 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Proposed temporary track for University of Georgia, LOCATION: 198-15-05700, 1907 August, revised 1908
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: City map, LOCATION: 208-67-15679, 1944 January
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Athens, GA: Proposed track to serve Wingfield Grocery Company-plan and profile, LOCATION: 216-10-14300, 1934 February 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Pinecrest Country Club property, LOCATION: 216-80-15657, 1945 May 08
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Property near Lakewood Avenue, LOCATION: 216-87-15795, 1946 February 25
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Arrangement of yard tracks, LOCATION: 220-21-01899, 1904 June
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Connection with new mountain track, LOCATION: 220-24-05282, 1907 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Tracks and property Athens Gas Company, LOCATION: 220-26-02299, 1905 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Athens Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 224-81-01799, 1904 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Spur for Oconee Oil Fertilizer Company, LOCATION: 224-98-00655, 1902 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Tracks in Thomas and Spring Streets, LOCATION: 228-15-05741, 1907 August 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Rearrangement of tracks to Arnold Grocery Company, LOCATION: 228-18-01984, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Right of way map of Central of Georgia property, LOCATION: 230-05-02206, 1904 December
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Spur track (Billups Phinizy), LOCATION: 234-02-10467, 1916 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Sewer to University of Georgia, LOCATION: 234-06-09951, 1916 March 10
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Athens, GA: Track and property, LOCATION: 234-16-05993, 1907 October 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Athens Terminal Company, LOCATION: 234-27-05433, 1907 February 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Proposed track for Hodgson Brothers, LOCATION: 234-35-05448, 1908 February 05
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Unloading hopper under main line for Davidson Asphalt Company, LOCATION: 234-37-16202, 1948 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Athens, GA: Service track and Oconee Oil and Fertilizer Company's track south of oil mills, LOCATION: 236-31-05353, 1907 March 11
MAPTYPE: crossings
Athens, GA: Service track and Oconee Oil and Fertilizer Company's track south of oil mills, LOCATION: 236-31-05380, 1907 March 16
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Athens, GA: Road crossing University of Georgia, LOCATION: 236-37-09908, 1915 March 15
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Athens, GA: Layout of tracks, roads, and buildings in the vicinity of Central of Georgia bridge B-105, LOCATION: 093-99-00243, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Athens, GA: Overhead highway bridge F 104.1 at University of Georgia, LOCATION: 118-04-07269, 1910 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Cemetery Street overhead bridge F-104.8, LOCATION: 114-16-04847, 1906 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Cemetery Street overhead bridge F-104.8, sketch showing stringer arrangement, LOCATION: 114-16-16225, 1947 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Oconee Street overhead highway bridge F 105.3, LOCATION: 052-06-11561, 1920 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Oconee Street overhead highway bridge F 105.3, LOCATION: 052-16-13425, 1927 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 3 sheets
Athens, GA: Oconee Street overhead highway bridge F 105.3, Georgia State Highway Department, LOCATION: 049-34-00000, 1937 June
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 12 sheets
Athens, GA: Proposed cattle pass at mile post 103+1750 feet, LOCATION: 210-87-17230, 1953 October 06
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Athens, GA: Plan of proposed track and coal trestle for University of Georgia (with 60-foot extension), LOCATION: 077-10-14978, 1947 August
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Athens, GA: Seaboard Air Line Railroad underpass at Madison Avenue, 3 sheets, LOCATION: 049-43-00000, 1937 August 06
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Baldwin Street underpass, proposed bridge, LOCATION: 114-03-09016, 1913 February
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Athens, GA: Madison Avenue, plan of underpass, LOCATION: 049-32-14574, 1937 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 11 sheets
Athens, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 104 and 105, LOCATION: 134-18-10623, 1922 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 105 and 106, LOCATION: 134-19-10624, 1922 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 106 and end, LOCATION: 134-20-10625, 1922 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Resurvey of area around Oconee Street, LOCATION: 134-21-09952, 1915 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 288 and end, LOCATION: 231-65-10625, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01135, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01733, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01134, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01983, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01728, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01730, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01729, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01767, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01768, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01731, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01775, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01136, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01732, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-10-01991, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01786, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Map showing the property of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, LOCATION: 068-21-01982, 1891
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Athens, GA: Resurvey, LOCATION: 231-66-10624, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Atlanta, GA: Key map area covered by topographical map, LOCATION: 001-01-14017, 1931 March 02
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Parking garage for S.D. Ebner at 15-17 Broad Street, S.W., LOCATION: 002-02-17089
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Track map of Western and Atlantic and Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railroad lines, LOCATION: 012-33-00000, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 5 pages
Atlanta, GA: Track map of Western and Atlantic Railroad and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad, LOCATION: 012-33-00000, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds, 5 pages
Atlanta, GA: Track map of Western and Atlantic Railroad and Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railroad, LOCATION: 012-33-00000, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds, 5 pages
Atlanta, GA: Track map of Western and Atlantic and Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railroad lines, LOCATION: 012-33-00000, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 5 pages
Atlanta, GA: Cross-section of freight warehouse, LOCATION: 025-12-01485, 1903 July 14
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Atlanta, GA: Elevation of track side of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01490, 1903 July 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Cross-section showing fire wall at Atlanta terminal house, LOCATION: 025-12-01492, 1903 July 18
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Foundation plan of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01494, 1903 July 24
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Ground plan of Atlanta freight warehouse, LOCATION: 025-11-01498, 1903 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Atlanta, GA: Elevation of street side of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01502, 1903 July 29
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Cross-section plan of office portion of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-33-01503, 1903 July 29
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: First floor plan of office portion of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01504, 1903 July 29
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: End elevation of office portion of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01506, 1903 July 30
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Second floor plan of office portion of Atlanta freight terminal, LOCATION: 025-12-01509, 1903 July 31
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Third floor plan of office portion of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01513, 1903 August 01
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Cast iron columns at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01517, 1903 August 05
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Steel work for Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01518, 1903 August 05
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Elevation of east end of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01537, 1903 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01538, 1903 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of door at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01542, 1903 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of basement of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01547, 1903 September 04
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of vault at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01552, 1903 SEeptember 09
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Fire door at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01553, 1903 September 09
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Strap bolt for shelter roof at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01559, 1903 September 12
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of floor at main girders of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01561, 1903 September 14
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail anchor for truss chord at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01562, 1903 September 15
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Transfer platform at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01563, 1903 September 15
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of door sills at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01601, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Door guards at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01633, 1903 October 19
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing sewer pipe at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-01643, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Inside trim at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01656, 1910 November 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: First floor plan of Atlanta freight warehouse, LOCATION: 025-11-01660, 1903 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of counters at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-01694, 1904 January 06
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Change in first floor of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-11-04194, 1903 December 30
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Change in second floor of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 025-12-04195, 1903 December 30
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed reinforcement of old transfer platform, LOCATION: 025-12-15567, 1944 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Checking booth for Atlanta freight agency, LOCATION: 025-12-16452, 1950 December 14
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing proposed alterations to Atlanta freight house to accommodate new Hunter Street viaduct, LOCATION: 025-12-17328, 1959 January 05
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Building plans for M. Rich and Brothers Company parking garage, LOCATION: 028-00-00000, 1948 November 10, revised 1948
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 18 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Building plans for Rich's parking garage, LOCATION: 028-00-00000, 1948 November 10, revised 1948
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way, 18 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Horizontal and vertical clearances under Rich's parking garage, LOCATION: 028-00-16277, 1949 May 18
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Maps and profiles, investigation for change of alignment and grade of Central of Georgia Railway, E. Holbrook, Consulting Engineer, LOCATION: 035-22-13572, 1909 June 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 27 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Proposed track to serve Empire Industrial Sites, Incorporated, LOCATION: 043-44-17428, 1959 August 28
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 5 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Proposed track to serve Empire Industrial Sites, Incorporated, LOCATION: 043-44-17428, 1959 August 28
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way, 5 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Plan of freight house yard, LOCATION: 046-01-14481, 1936 April 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of tracks lowered midway of Atlanta Terminal Company station and Mitchell Street to permit handling of tri-level auto carriers, LOCATION: 046-30-17599, 1961 February 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of tracks lowered midway of Atlanta Terminal Company station and Mitchell Street to permit handling of tri-level auto carriers, LOCATION: 046-30-17599, 1961 February 16
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Proposed widening of Murphy Avenue between Sylvan Road and Avon Avenue, LOCATION: 047-33-16318, 1949 October
MAPTYPE: Paving, 7 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Property at 2-14 Broad Street, S.W., showing portion of building over right-of-way, (2 sets), LOCATION: 047-51-00000, 1948 January 28
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 8 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing existing tracks and proposed additional track to serve buildings "C" and "D" at Candler warehouses, LOCATION: 048-60-15845, 1946 June 15
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Map of central portion of Atlanta, Georgia, LOCATION: 049-02-13882, 1930 April 11
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Garage for buses, Taylor Iron Works and Supply Company, LOCATION: 049-11-14093, 1931 August 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Steel from garage, LOCATION: 049-12-14073, 1931 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta and West Point Railroad between Rhodes and Fuller Streets, LOCATION: 050-75-02900, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan of depot by Grant Wilkins, LOCATION: 056-16-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Atlanta, GA: Sketch, routes and distances traveled by engines between industry yard and Atlanta terminal station, LOCATION: 058-41-15652, 1945 April 24
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of track for Willingham-Tift Lumber Company, LOCATION: 058-52-15599, 1944 December 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of track for Calvert Iron Works, Inc., LOCATION: 058-54-15532, 1944 June 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Sketch of proposed storeroom to be built by W.H. Best (next to call boy office), LOCATION: 058-74-16030, 1947 August 25
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta and adjacent territory, LOCATION: 060-02-14086, 1930
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Drainage at Industry yard, LOCATION: 062-25-16780, 1949 June 07, revised 1954
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Atlanta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 064-14-13726, 1928
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Seaboard Air Line Railway map of terminal, LOCATION: 064-24-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Site for post office, LOCATION: 064-31-13803, 1929 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Topographic survey of Rock Cut and Conley tracks, United States government warehouse location, LOCATION: 064-45-15105, 1940
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Freight depot yard track plan terminal station, LOCATION: 066-41-13803, 1929 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Studies for development of air rights over Atlanta freight terminal, LOCATION: 066-55-13689, 1929 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Ground plan and suggestions for proposed depot at Mitchell and Madison Streets, LOCATION: 068-44-00000, 1899 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Terminals, LOCATION: 069-53-15348, 1943 January, revised 1962
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Profile of tracks at Atlanta Terminal station, LOCATION: 069-53-15353, 1942 December
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Stress sheet sign on roof of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 069-76-00000, 1940 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Study for warehouse space at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 069-76-14031, 1931 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Atlanta, GA: Proposed alterations in freight office building, LOCATION: 071-20-14110, 1931 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Alterations on second floor of Atlanta freight office, LOCATION: 071-20-14839, 1931 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Entrance door to Atlanta freight office building, LOCATION: 071-20-15482, 1931 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Steam heating for Atlanta freight house office, LOCATION: 071-32-14631, 1937 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed 30,000-gallon wood tank, LOCATION: 073-07-15426, 1943 July
MAPTYPE: Tanks
Atlanta, GA: Track changes due to lowering of Southern Railway tracks near Fair Street, LOCATION: 073-35-17593, 1961 January 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of tracks lowered under Magnolia Street Bridge to permit handling loaded tri-level auto carriers, LOCATION: 073-46-17607, 1961 March 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Proposed lease of property to Ben Massell, LOCATION: 077-03-14782, 1938 October 11
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Sale of property to Crown Cork and Seal Company, LOCATION: 077-24-15820, 1946 April 08
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property lines along E.T.V. and G state roads, LOCATION: 088-13-02691, 1905 August 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Track to serve Republic Transcontinental Industry in Max Kuniansky Development, LOCATION: 092-12-17549, 1961 November 24
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 092-15-00000, 1954
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Drainage conditions, vicinity of Sylvan Road and Lakewood Avenue, (2 copies), LOCATION: 093-13-16822, 1954 May 05
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Atlanta, GA: Land lot 126, district 14, Fulton County, LOCATION: 094-59-12979, 1925 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Yard and property at Nelson street bridge, Union Depot, LOCATION: 094-68-00047, 1899 January 04
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line tracks and property, land lots 155 and 156, LOCATION: 094-73-12453, 1924 January 14
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line from East Point to connect with Georgia Pacific Railroad, LOCATION: 094-74-02699, 1891 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Sketch showing interlocking points Central of Georgia, Louisville and Nashville, Atlanta and West Point, and Atlanta, Birmingham and Coast Railroads, LOCATION: 096-09-14064, 1931 June 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Sketch showing interlocking points of Central of Georgia, Louisville and Nashville, Atlanta and West Point , and Birmingham and Coast Railroads, LOCATION: 096-09-14064, 1931 June 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Plan of Atlanta general depot, LOCATION: 096-26-15189, 1941 February 26
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan Expressway Industrial District, LOCATION: 096-44-17258, 1958 April 16, revised 1959, 1962
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan Expressway industrial district, LOCATION: 096-44-17258, 1958 April 16, revised 1959 , 1962
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed paving on Empire Way, LOCATION: 097-14-17405, 1959 July 07
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed paving on Empire Way, LOCATION: 097-14-17405, 1959 July 07
MAPTYPE: Paving
Atlanta, GA: Industrial tracks at Whitehall Street and Smith's Terrace, LOCATION: 098-18-12411, 1923 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line Railway property topographical map, LOCATION: 098-19-08262, 1911 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Freight depot, land lot 78, district 14, LOCATION: 098-21-02937, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Track property from Fulton County mile post 285 to Central Avenue, LOCATION: 098-25-02308, 1905 April
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 098-28-02719, 1888 February
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Subdivision map, LOCATION: 098-29-02721, 1853
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Crossings gates Whitehall Street, LOCATION: 098-75-11963, 1921 November 14
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Terminal, LOCATION: 098-89-00000, 1898 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed track under Spring Street viaduct, Madison Street, between Alabama Street and Hunters Street, LOCATION: 098-99-13773, 1929 August 19
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Portion of yard, LOCATION: 099-15-02716, 1893 August 15
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Portion of yard, LOCATION: 099-16-02703, 1893 July 20
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line Railway property, LOCATION: 099-17-09903, 1915 March, revised 1924
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Louisville and Nashville Railroad property west end, LOCATION: 099-18-02026, 1904
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks for Atlanta Warehouse Company, LOCATION: 099-19-10036, 1915 August 31, revised 1946
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Fulton County land lot 133 and parts of land lots 134 and 156, district 14, LOCATION: 099-20-01306, 1903 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks north end terminal train shed from old Monroe tracks, LOCATION: 099-21-02291, 1905 March 11
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks property between Loyd and Madison Streets, LOCATION: 099-22-08636, 1912 May
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Yard Western and Atlantic Railroad between Forsyth and Foundry Streets, LOCATION: 099-23-02693, 1891 October 18
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Change of location on Madison Street, LOCATION: 099-24-00035, 1898 August 02
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Encroachment on right of way north of west Hunter Street, LOCATION: 099-25-00054, 1899 April
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Platforms on north side of buildings Whitehall and Forsyth Streets, LOCATION: 099-26-01047, 1902 October
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Yard rearrangement, LOCATION: 099-28-00044, 1898 December
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Lands conveyed by Central of Georgia and Southern Railway at Mitchell Street and Madison Avenue, LOCATION: 099-29-01234, 1903 June 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement of tracks on East Whitehall Street used with plan 9315, LOCATION: 099-31-01208, 1922 August 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Freight warehouse on Madison Avenue, LOCATION: 099-35-01970, 1903 August 11
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Siding for American Metal Culvert Company, LOCATION: 099-36-08687, 1912 July
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Tracks to Woodward Lumber Company and Atlantic Ice Company, LOCATION: 099-39-01556, 1903 September 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Tracks to Woodward Lumber Company and Atlantic Ice Company, LOCATION: 099-39-01556, 1903 September 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: East portion of yard for new track scales, LOCATION: 099-40-02710, 1899 November 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property along west side Madison Avenue deeded to city, LOCATION: 099-44-02071, 1904 October, revised 1906
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks and property from Gordon Street to Atlanta terminal, LOCATION: 099-46-02215, 1905 January 17
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Western and Atlantic Railroad yard between Lloyd and Spring Streets, LOCATION: 099-47-02718, 1891 December 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Loyd and Madison Streets adjoining property, LOCATION: 099-59-00986, 1902 September
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Lloyd to Madison Streets adjoining property, LOCATION: 099-49-11728, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Proposed commissary store room, LOCATION: 099-83-16587, 1952 February 20
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Layout of tracks J. R. Smith and at Whitehall Street, LOCATION: 100-67-07184, 1910 March 12
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Sketch, locomotive crane no. 30807, LOCATION: 101-04-14590, 1937 April
MAPTYPE: Equipment and Tools
Atlanta, GA: Sketch of locomotive crane no. 30807 in relation to car on adjacent track, LOCATION: 101-04-14590, 1937 April
MAPTYPE: Law Suits and Accidents
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing clearances for building between Whitehall and Broad Streets, LOCATION: 101-21-14815, 1938 December 21
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Storeroom for supplies for streamlined trains at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 101-21-15933, 1947 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed alterations to transfer platform at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 101-59-17313, 1958 October 30
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed mail-handling shed of prefabricated metal near Atlanta terminal passenger station, LOCATION: 101-67-17324, 1958 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Door jamb guard for mail-handling shed at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 101-67-17335, 1959 January 27
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Cross section of track serving Ruralist Press, Incorporated, LOCATION: 101-74-17426, 1959 August 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Fulton County property map of Georgia Car and Locomotive Company, LOCATION: 102-44-13476, 1927 May
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan of Central of Georgia Railway property at north abutment, Broad Street bridge, LOCATION: 102-97-13971, 1930 October 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan Atlanta terminal, coordination commission, LOCATION: 103-71-16394, 1934 March 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Plan of the Atlanta Terminal, LOCATION: 103-71-16394, 1934 March 22
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Plan of roundhouse at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 104-53-01692, 1904 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of brace at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 104-53-01693, 1904 January 04
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Signal tower, LOCATION: 104-86-00867, 1890 October 15
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed relocation and extension of track serving Brand-Vaughan Lumber Company, LOCATION: 105-57-17566, 1960 September 29
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan of crossing Smith Terminal and Atlantic Ice Company and tie layout, LOCATION: 107-62-16400, 1950 June 08
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of crossing Smith Terminal and Atlantic Ice Company and tie layout, LOCATION: 107-62-16402, 1950 June 20
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Tracks for Atlanta Terra Cotta Company, LOCATION: 110-14-07548, 1910 July 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Several tracts of land in Fulton County on the Atlanta Belt Line Railway, LOCATION: 110-54-02069, 1890
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing tracks used by Central of Georgia and Seaboard Air Line Railroad in interchange, LOCATION: 111-44-14293, 1926 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Located lines thru land of Central of Georgia land lot 190, 17th district, LOCATION: 110-92-02046, 1904 September 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Real Estate Company property, LOCATION: 112-76-12832, 1905 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Portion of yard Union Passenger Depot and tracks, LOCATION: 112-81-02892, 1894 August 25
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Alignment and property of a portion of Atlanta Belt line Railway, LOCATION: 112-83-02898, 1895 November 26
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement yard tracks Southern Railway and Central of Georgia at Peters Street viaduct, LOCATION: 112-84-00613, 1902 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Eastern portion yard, LOCATION: 112-98-02717, 1891 June 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property conveyed to the Atlanta Mausoleum Company, LOCATION: 113-19-09120, 1913 April 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land acquired by State of Georgia, land lot 154, LOCATION: 113-55-07476, 1910 May
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Elevated sidewalk to connect Forsyth and Broad street viaducts, LOCATION: 114-43-08521, 1912 March 05
MAPTYPE: Paving
Atlanta, GA: Western and Atlantic Railroad track used by Central of Georgia in transferring cars to Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, and Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 114-47-09689, 1914 July 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Western and Atlantic Railroad track used by Central of Georgia in transferring cars to Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, and Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 114-47-09689, 1914 July 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Western and Atlantic Railroad track used by Central of Georgia in transferring cars to Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, and Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 114-47-09689, 1914 July 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Western and Atlantic Railroad track used by Central of Georgia in transferring cars to Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, and Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 114-47-09689, 1914 July 21
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Reconstruction of south span of Forsyth Street Bridge, LOCATION: 114-96-13851, 1930 February 18
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Floor of midway over Central of Georgia tracks, LOCATION: 115-67-13525, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta trunk factory, LOCATION: 118-19-06285, 1908 May 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Encroachment by Mixon, land lot 167, LOCATION: 118-83-07425, 1910 April
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Property line between Southern Railway lots of the Southern Ruralist Company and T.O. Poole, LOCATION: 118-88-11548, 1920 January 09
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: J.R. Smith spur and Atlanta Ice and Coal Company tram track, LOCATION: 142-12-08057, 1911 April 24
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: J.R. Smith spur and Atlanta Ice and Coal Company tram track, LOCATION: 142-12-08058, 1911 April
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Location of Camp Gordon and Fort McPherson, LOCATION: 142-53-11239, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Encroachment Continental Gin Company building between Magnolia and Foundry Streets, LOCATION: 142-87-05493, 1907 May 06
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Location Garner Blakley track, LOCATION: 142-95-08279, 1911 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: J.W. Ferguson land lot 202, district 14, LOCATION: 144-02-09911, 1915 March 05
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land lot 126, district 14, to be sold to Tennessee Copper and Chemical Corporation, LOCATION: 144-04-11443, 1919 August 04
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line Railroad, land lot 189, LOCATION: 144-14-11458, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property conveyed to T.O. Poole and W. Poole, LOCATION: 144-36-09741, 1914 November 03
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property conveyed to T.O. Poole and W. Poole, LOCATION: 144-36-09741, 1914 November 03
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property desired by commissioners of Fulton County, LOCATION: 144-64-07987, 1911 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Side tracks to Furman Farm Improvement Company, LOCATION: 144-79-07494, 1910 May 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Storage house at Atlanta freight station, LOCATION: 146-13-01648, 1903 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed rearrangement tracks on Smith terminal to facilities switching, LOCATION: 148-22-14514, 1936 July 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Ramp at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 150-27-15011, 1940 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Office and partition wall for Loeb-Goldstein Company, LOCATION: 150-27-15305, 1942 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing right of way easement to be acquired by Empire Industrial Sites, Inc. from Oscar Mayer and Company Inc., LOCATION: 150-28-17584, 1960 December 23
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land lot 66, district 14 plan of right of way easement to be acquired from Oscar Mayer and Company, LOCATION: 150-28-17584A, 1960 December 23
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Track layout John Sexton Company, LOCATION: 150-50-15842, 1946 June 08
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Track for American Frozen Foods Corporation, Limited, LOCATION: 150-58-15713, 1945 September 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Driveway behind Constitution Publishing Company, LOCATION: 150-74-16031, 1947 August 25
MAPTYPE: Paving
Atlanta, GA: Encroachment of Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway Company track on property of Central of Georgia Railway Company at Forsyth Street, LOCATION: 152-59-13901, 1930 May 07
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed post office, etc., LOCATION: 152-62-13777, 1929 July 05
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing desired right of way for proposed tunnel for mail belt conveyors under Mitchell and Spring Streets post office, LOCATION: 152-64-13999, 1931 January 15
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing desired right of way for proposed tunnel for mail belt conveyors under Mitchell and Spring Streets post office, LOCATION: 152-64-13999, 1931 January 15
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of MCCall's crossing, LOCATION: 152-85-14334, 1934 August 23
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Tracks west of terminal station, LOCATION: 152-91-15560, 1944 September 12
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Foundation for 15-ton pillar crane for Atlanta yard, LOCATION: 154-93-08207, 1911 August 09
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Tracks of Western and Atlantic and Macon and Western Railroads union passenger station and Macon and Western warehouse and freight depot before changes were made, LOCATION: 156-19-02681, 1894 August 25
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Atlanta, GA: Tracks of Western and Atlantic and Macon and Western Railroads to Union Passenger Station, to Macon and Western warehouse, and to freight depot before changes were made, LOCATION: 156-19-02681, 1894 August 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: City ticket office, LOCATION: 156-87-08629, 1912 May 23
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Size of furniture in Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 158-01-00000, 1917 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Alterations to freight office, LOCATION: 158-02-10917, 1918 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed stairway to freight office from Spring Street viaduct, LOCATION: 158-03-12189, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Drainage plan for Poole Creek Road and adjacent area, LOCATION: 158-19-17424, 1959 August 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Drainage plan for Poole Creek Road and adjacent area, LOCATION: 158-19-17424, 1959 August 21
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Atlanta, GA: Transfer platform at Middlebrook's team track at mile post 293, plus 412 feet, LOCATION: 158-29-12755, 1924 October 03
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Proposed extension to Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 158-32-08517, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Detail of gutter and cornice at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 158-33-01554, 1903 September 10
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Repairs to wall of Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 158-33-14990, 1932 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Entrance door from balcony and window grilles at freight office, LOCATION: 158-41-12414, 1923 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Tank for Atlanta shop yard, LOCATION: 180-32-01698, 1904 January 11
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Atlanta, GA: Proposed improvements in Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 186-59-16757, 1953 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Map of industrial sites Hapeville-Forest Park area, LOCATION: 186-69-16297, 1949 August 02
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Proposed lift gangway for Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 186-97-15568, 1944 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Industrial area along south expressway, land lots 65 and 66, LOCATION: 188-23-17068, 1956 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Transportation service map, LOCATION: 188-39-17189, 1957 October 07
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Hapeville industrial district portion of Expressway industrial district, LOCATION: 188-41-17192, 1957 October 16
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Paving along Madison Avenue, under Spring Street viaduct, LOCATION: 188-44-17233, 1958 January 27
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of unloading pit for MacDougald Warren's Ready Mix plant on Brown's Mill Road, LOCATION: 188-85-17725, 1961 November
MAPTYPE: Unloading Pits
Atlanta, GA: Track layout in vicinity of Broad Street referring to rebuilding of bridge, LOCATION: 194-50-13996, 1931 January 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan of door openings and clearances for track serving Crown Cork and Seal Company, LOCATION: 196-24-17378, 1959 May 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Survey in vicinity of Magnolia Street, LOCATION: 196-64-13042, 1925 December
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Survey in vicinity of Magnolia Street, LOCATION: 196-64-13042, 1925 December
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Platforms between Broad and Forsyth Streets, LOCATION: 196-94-08218, 1911 August 15
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property near Peter Street from Leonard Street to Park Avenue, LOCATION: 198-12-09726, 1914 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property wanted by Fulton County Commission for widening road, LOCATION: 198-13-08702, 1912 July 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property of Southern Railway between Rhodes and Humphries Streets, LOCATION: 198-54-04468, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property between Pryor and Whitehall streets and railroad tracks, LOCATION: 198-56-02684, 1874 November 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Right of way streets in Atlanta, LOCATION: 198-61-02694, 1894 August 25
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Proposed alterations in freight office building, LOCATION: 208-09-14203, 1928 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: State of Georgia market site, LOCATION: 208-42-14744, 1938 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Plan of poles, anchors, and crossings of the Atlanta Transit Company on Railway Company's property between Hapeville, GA and Atlanta, GA, LOCATION: 208-83-16624, 1952 June 17
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Proposed sign on Atlanta freight house for General Outdoor Advertising Company, LOCATION: 208-91-15090, 1940 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Lithograph map of the city, Chief Engineer of the Southern Railway, LOCATION: 208-97-17020, 1934 March 22
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Lithograph map of the city, LOCATION: 210-22-16739, 1934 March 22
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Connection with office car track to be constructed at Atlanta terminal station, LOCATION: 210-83-16952, 1955 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Office car garage, track and parking areas at Atlanta Terminal Station, LOCATION: 210-83-16957, 1955 July
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Office car garage, track, and parking area at Atlanta terminal station, LOCATION: 210-83-16957, 1955 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Industry map, LOCATION: 211-52-15589, 1944 November
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Industrial map, LOCATION: 211-52-15589, 1944 November
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing land in land lot 66, LOCATION: 212-64-17261, 1958 April 22
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Industries located in southeastern industrial district, LOCATION: 214-24-16002, 1947 June 14
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Track for Gordon Foods Company, LOCATION: 214-47-15683, 1945 July 18
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Track for Gordon Foods Company, LOCATION: 214-48-15674, 1945 July 03
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Tracks to serve Norwich Pharmaceutical, LOCATION: 214-50-15911, 1946 October 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Track layout for Purex Corporation, LOCATION: 214-89-16408, 1950 July 20, revised 1950
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Magnolia Street bridge, diagram showing vertical and horizontal clearances, LOCATION: 216-14-14312, 1934 April 12
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Canopy over Sexton Company warehouse door, LOCATION: 216-66-15315, 1942 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Tracks and property between Broad and Fairlie Streets, LOCATION: 216-72-15565, 1944 September 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Cabinet for agencies division passenger agents, LOCATION: 218-31-13929, 1926 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Furniture
Atlanta, GA: Proposed addition and roof over automobile platform at Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 218-59-13911, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Track changes for Gulf Refining Company, LOCATION: 220-94-11313, 1919 February 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Tracks between Whitehall and freight warehouse, LOCATION: 222-46-12312, 1906 March 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks on Monroe grade, proposed siding for H.T. Inman, LOCATION: 222-49-04431, 1923 April 10
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Fulton County, land lot 175, 14th district, LOCATION: 222-50-07726, 1906 November
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Fulton County, land lot 202, 14th district, LOCATION: 222-50-07727, 1906 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Fulton County, land lot 202, LOCATION: 222-50-07728, 1907 January 17
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Property lines between W.L. Traynham and Central of Georgia, LOCATION: 222-52-02141, 1904 December 12
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land leased to Empire Printing and Box Company for platform, LOCATION: 222-54-04397, 1906 February
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Property lines north of Atlanta terminal, LOCATION: 222-55-02422, 1905 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement of Traynham warehouse tracks, LOCATION: 222-56-10386, 1916 August 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Property conveyed to J.W. Ferguson, LOCATION: 222-58-09931, 1915 April 12
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement of tracks at Mitchell Street, LOCATION: 222-59-02705, 1891 April 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Mile post 196, location of pipe line, LOCATION: 222-61-10304, 1916 June
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Atlanta, GA: Property occupied by Bennett Lumber Company, LOCATION: 222-62-02109, 1904 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: J.J. Taylor coal yard, LOCATION: 222-64-01956, 1904 July 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Siding Atlantic Ice and Coal Company and Woodward Lumber Company, LOCATION: 222-68-05559, 1909 June 03
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Siding Atlantic Ice and Coal Company and Woodward Lumber Company, LOCATION: 222-68-05559, 1909 June 03
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Property purchased by the City of Atlanta from the state of Georgia, LOCATION: 222-73-01093, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land lot 202, district 14, boundaries Atlanta Belt Line property, LOCATION: 224-64-05443, 1907 July 02
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Rockwell property land lot 169, Atlanta Belt Line, LOCATION: 224-75-02061, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Land lots 144 and 145, district 14 and land lots 190 and 225, district 17, LOCATION: 224-83-08160, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks on old grades, LOCATION: 226-63-02085, 1904 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks and property between Fair and Package Streets, LOCATION: 226-64-10604, 1917 March 22
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Right of way lines between Whitehall and Broad Street viaducts, LOCATION: 226-65-12127, 1920 October 27
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Terminal property in vicinity of Forsyth and Alabama Streets, LOCATION: 226-66-00055, 1898 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Terminal Company, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, Central of Georgia Railroad, and Southern Railroad, LOCATION: 226-67-02245, 1905 February 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Terminal Company, Atlanta and West Point Railroad, Central of Georgia Railroad, and Southern Railroad, LOCATION: 226-67-02245, 1905 February 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Terminal property in vicinity of Forsyth and Alabama Streets, LOCATION: 226-69-00043, 1898 December
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: McDaniel and Whitehall Streets crossings, LOCATION: 226-71-04031, 1905 October
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Property between Fair and Nelson Streets leased to Southern Railway, LOCATION: 226-72-02317, 1905 April 06
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Yard showing existing tracks, LOCATION: 226-73-02687, 1894 August 31
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement between Peters and Mitchell Streets, LOCATION: 226-74-04901, 1906 September
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Present alignment and right of way fence, LOCATION: 226-75-00106, 1900 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Compromise right of way boundary lines, John D. Malsby and Thomas J. Avery, LOCATION: 226-77-00602, 1902 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Compromise right of way boundary lines John D. Malsby and Thomas J. Avery, LOCATION: 226-77-00602, 1902 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Exchange of property with J.W. Grant, LOCATION: 226-78-12311, 1923 April 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Alignment and tracks of Macon and Western Railroad in vicinity Alabama and Pryor Streets, LOCATION: 226-79-00832, 1902 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Approaches to terminal and proposed interchange of property between Southern Railway and Central of Georgia, LOCATION: 226-80-02171, 1904 December 20
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property conveyed by the Southern Railway, Nelson Street to Peters Street, LOCATION: 226-83-02318, 1905 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Extension and shifting of tracks to Dixie Lumber Company, LOCATION: 226-84-02704, 1898 October 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Yard between Broad and Lloyd Streets, LOCATION: 226-85-01092, 1898 September 23
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks, buildings, etc., in vicinity of accident, T .K. Lively, LOCATION: 226-86-02222, 1904 November 11
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Extension and rearrangement part of yard, LOCATION: 226-88-00013, 1898 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Original alignment and tracks Macon and Western Railroad, LOCATION: 226-91-00696, 1902 June 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta tracks in vicinity of Forsyth, Alabama, and Madison Streets, LOCATION: 226-92-00007, 1898 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Encroachment, land lot 84, 14th district, LOCATION: 226-93-01787, 1904 April
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Arrangement of tracks from proposed crossing, Southern Railway and Nelson Street, LOCATION: 226-94-05334, 1907 February 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Change of tracks under midway of Atlanta terminal station, LOCATION: 226-98-02283, 1905 March 09
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks on old Monroe grade from Atlanta Terminal Company train shed, LOCATION: 226-99-05487, 1907 April 15
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Tracks for M.P. Ruane, LOCATION: 228-32-09132, 1914 August 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA, MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, TITLE: Track for E. Lichtenwalter, LOCATION: 228-37-09456, 1914 January
Atlanta, GA: Tennessee Lumber Company on Atlanta Belt Line property, LOCATION: 228-89-12914, 1925 May 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: County map showing lots and track alignment between Macon, GA and Atlanta, GA, LOCATION: 230-18-06099, 1908 February 06
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: To Industry property, LOCATION: 232-12-06618, 1909 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Property to be sold and retained and their uses, LOCATION: 232-33-01320, 1903 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Tracks for union depot to Nelson Street, LOCATION: 232-34-02690, 1898 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property along right of way from Peter to McDaniel Streets, LOCATION: 232-35-01583, 1903 September 19
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Proposed bulk yard, LOCATION: 232-40-02696, 1904 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Proposed bulk yard, LOCATION: 232-40-02696, 1904 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 232-41-02700, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Arrangement of tracks in vicinity of Peters Street, LOCATION: 232-42-01017, 1902 October
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Rearrangement of tracks from Fair and Mitchell Streets, LOCATION: 232-43-01536, 1903 August
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Arrangement of tracks for South Fair and Mitchell Streets, LOCATION: 232-44-02711, 1905 January 10
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Arrangement of tracks, study "A", LOCATION: 232-45-01522, 1903 August
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property map, LOCATION: 232-46-09965, 1915 May
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Property map, LOCATION: 232-46-09965, 1915 May
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Addition to bulk yard, LOCATION: 232-47-04604, 1906 April
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Tracks and property between terminal and union depot, LOCATION: 232-48-08497, 1912 February
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Portion of yard tracks between Mitchell and Forsyth Streets, LOCATION: 232-49-02556, 1905 August
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: West end of Atlanta, GA, LOCATION: 232-53-01305, 1903 February 17
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Atlanta, GA: Map of main line, mile post 204 to mile post 208, LOCATION: 236-32-08753, 1912 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Land lot 384, 14th district, Atlanta, LOCATION: 236-52-11241, 1904 April
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Concrete retaining wall along south property line between Broad and Forsyth Streets, LOCATION: 236-52-16323, 1949 November
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Concrete retaining wall along south property line between Broad and Forsyth Streets, LOCATION: 236-52-16323, 1949 November
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Proposed spur for Gulf Refining Company, LOCATION: 238-21-05639, 1907 July 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Western Railway of Alabama, LOCATION: 238-42-04050, 1890 FebruaryY 24
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Western Railway of Alabama, LOCATION: 238-42-04078, 1890 February 24
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line and street crossing, right of way, land lot 184, Wey Construction Company subdivision, LOCATION: 005-00-13422, 1927 August
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line, final location of connection to Seaboard Air Line Railway, LOCATION: 005-00-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line, preliminary location of line, LOCATION: 005-00-00000, 1898 April
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line location of line, LOCATION: 005-00-00000, 1895 November
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Belt Line extension, LOCATION: 053-02-12803, 1923 May
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of tracks lowered under Magnolia Street bridge to permit handling of loaded tri-level auto carriers, LOCATION: 073-36-17648, 1961 June 14
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Plan and profile of tracks lowered midway to Atlanta Terminal Company station and Mitchell Street to permit handling of tri-level auto carriers, LOCATION: 046-30-17599, 1961 February 16
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Falsework for proposed underpass near Whitehall Street, LOCATION: 088-25-16156, 1948 September
MAPTYPE: Trestles, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Map showing junction of Central of Georgia Railway, Western and Atlantic Railroad, and Southern Railway, LOCATION: 096-40-00081, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Map showing junction of Central of Georgia Railway, Western and Atlantic Railroad, and Southern Railway, LOCATION: 096-40-00081, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Peters Street viaduct at mile post 293.9, State Highway Department, plan of new bridge, LOCATION: 038-11-00000, 1934 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 33 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Nelson Street bridge at mile post 294, Southern Railway plan, LOCATION: 066-10-00000, 1906 February 15
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 5 pages
Atlanta, GA: Magnolia Street bridge at mile post 294.5, survey of tracks in vicinity, LOCATION: 074-54-00000, 1925 December
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Magnolia Street bridge at mile post 294.5, reconstruction of bridge, City of Atlanta, LOCATION: 053-34-00000, 1935 June 15
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 8 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Spring Street viaduct, LOCATION: 008-10-11909, 1921 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Pryor Street and Central Avenue viaduct, LOCATION: 006-21-00000, 1927 July 07
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 10 sheets (2 sets)
Atlanta, GA: Forsyth Street bridge, reconstruction of south span, LOCATION: 114-96-13851, 1930 February 18
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Broad Street bridge, reconstruction, LOCATION: 051-22-00000, 1931 May 16
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 6 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Location and layout of railroad trestle for Murphy Avenue Coal yard, Stearns Coal and Lumber Company, LOCATION: 049-04-00000, 1931 June 18
MAPTYPE: Trestles, 4 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Coal trestle, American Bakeries Company, repairs, LOCATION: 206-63-14873, 1939 May
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Atlanta, GA: Southern Railway, Glenn Street underpass, LOCATION: 054-04-00000, 1913 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Louisville and Nashville Railroad underpass, LOCATION: 072-03-00000, 1905 September 12
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Masonry of Whitehall Street underpass, LOCATION: 070-22-01025, 1902 October
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: American Bridge Company plans,Bridge over Whitehall St., LOCATION: 070-23-00000, 1902 August 25
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 7 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Resurvey from mile post 293 to 294, LOCATION: 130-94-09313, 1930 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Atlanta, GA: Resurvey from mile post 294 to the end, LOCATION: 130-95-09314, 1913 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Atlanta, GA: Mile post 292 to 294, LOCATION: 111-24-10214, 1916 October
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Atlanta, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 284 and 285, LOCATION: 229-36-05947, 1898 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Atlanta, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 293 and 294, LOCATION: 229-45-09313, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 294 and end (), LOCATION: 229-47-09315, 1913 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Cross sections of Poole Creek Road to old U.S. 41, LOCATION: 060-10-00000, 1958 September 29
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections, 3 pages
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve Thompson and Street Company, LOCATION: 000-12-17037, 1958 December 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Expressway (scheme 1 and 2), John J. Harte Company, 2 copies, LOCATION: 003-10-00000, 1949 February
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Atlanta, GA: Proposed underpass, mile post 284, Atlanta Expressway, LOCATION: 003-10-16196, 1948 August 23
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Preliminary profile of Atlanta Expressway, LOCATION: 003-10-00000, 1948 September 10
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 3 pages
Atlanta, GA: Temporary rearrangement of track "B" , Lakewood Avenue, LOCATION: 006-01-00000, 1963 May 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Profile of existing tracks with respect to top of slab, LOCATION: 006-01-17492, 1961 October 30
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Atlanta, GA: Old Lakewood Avenue underpass and extension, LOCATION: 006-01-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Miscellaneous details for railroad falsework at old Lakewood Avenue underpass and extension, LOCATION: 006-01-17492, 1960 March 07
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 4 pages
Atlanta, GA: Miscellaneous details for railroad falsework at old Lakewood Avenue underpass and extension, LOCATION: 006-01-17380, 1959 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 5 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Highway crossing signal, location plan on Avon Avenue, LOCATION: 024-00-14893, 1939 June
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Atlanta, GA: Highway crossing signal, circuit plan on Avon Avenue, LOCATION: 004-00-14894, 1939 June
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Atlanta, GA: Rich's parking garage, Forsyth Avenue, LOCATION: 028-00-00000, 1949 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings, 28 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Plan of Nelson Street Bridge, LOCATION: 030-11-00000, 1888 March 03
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Preliminary floor plan for freight depot, LOCATION: 048-31-00000, 1953 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 2 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Map showing property owners in land lots 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, and 67 - 14th District, LOCATION: 096-52-16779, 1954 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Map showing railroad terminals Loyd Street to Madison Street and adjoining properties, LOCATION: 099-48-12104, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Atlanta, GA: Second floor plan for Atlanta freight house, LOCATION: 071-20-14203, 1960 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan of concrete pier, Magnolia Street Viaduct, LOCATION: 053-25-14359, 1934 November 12
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Cross section for new steel building for handing U.S. Mail, LOCATION: 101-38-00000, 1959 January 06
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Cross Section of street at Poole Creek Road to old U. S.41, LOCATION: 060-10-00000, 1958 September 29
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing encroachment of fence owned by Forest Greene, LOCATION: 180-78-09523, 1914 March
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Atlanta, GA: Proposed location for Hunter Street viaduct, LOCATION: 210-21-13803, 1953 November
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Atlanta, GA: Map of industrial area in land lots 64 and 65, LOCATION: 188-24-17071, 1956 July 26
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Atlanta, GA: Profile near Atlanta, GA, LOCATION: 078-05-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Proposed platform roof for City Grain and Feed Company, LOCATION: 146-16-00562, 1902 February 05
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Atlanta, GA: Plan showing location of track between Humphries and McDaniel Streets and location of Southern Railway property, LOCATION: 148-13-14419, 1935 July 08
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Atlanta, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve Atlantic Company, mile post S-290, LOCATION: 171-06-17810, 1962 August 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 3 sheets
Atlanta, GA: Map showing location of 8 inch sewer between Donnelly and Rankin Avenues on Lee Street, LOCATION: 222-60-08748, 1912 September 13
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Atlanta, GA to Jonesboro, GA: Proposed motor coach route, LOCATION: 152-68-14058, 1931 June 17
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Auburn, AL: Plan of bridge P-324.3, LOCATION: 106-12-12932, 1926 March
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 2 sheets
Auburn, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 324 and 325, LOCATION: 170-93-13350, 1927 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Auburn, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 325 and 326, LOCATION: 170-94-13355, 1919 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Auburn, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 326 and 327, LOCATION: 170-95-13356, 1927 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Augusta, GA: Augusta and Summerville Railroad north of Gwinnett Street, LOCATION: 238-98-06229, 1908 April 08
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Proposed concrete loading platform for Western Carloading Company, LOCATION: 048-72-16981, 1955 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Proposed loading platform for Western Carloading Company, LOCATION: 048-72-16981, 1955 October, revised 1957
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Engineer's locker room, LOCATION: 054-43-14149, 1932 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Wheel shop, LOCATION: 054-42-14147, 1932 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Shops
Augusta, GA: Sand house, LOCATION: 054-44-14148, 1932 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Coach and paint shop, LOCATION: 054-45-14145, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Roundhouse for Central and Western Carolina shops, LOCATION: 054-61-14766, 1938 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Track to serve property on southwest corner of Fenwick and Twigg Streets, LOCATION: 056-41-16189, 1948 July 19
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Track serving property on southeast corner of Twiggs and Fenwick Streets, LOCATION: 056-41-16189, 1948 July 19
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Track to serve the Piedmont Wood Preserving Company, LOCATION: 065-02-17404, 1952 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Roundhouse, LOCATION: 069-36-14144, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Planning mill, blacksmith shop, storehouse, etc., LOCATION: 069-37-14143, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Topography at mile post 130, LOCATION: 093-10-15423, 1943 June 17
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 094-96-02819, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Augusta, GA: Union Station tracks, LOCATION: 098-11-01260, 1902 August 18
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Yard as rearranged, LOCATION: 098-13-02753, 1892 January 31
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Portion of tracks, LOCATION: 098-57-02752, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: New yard office, LOCATION: 101-44-15632, 1945 July 01
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Location of property line between Central of Georgia and Charleston and Western Carolina Railroad Company, LOCATION: 101-82-17503, 1960 February 15
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Yard for Augusta and Savannah Railroad, LOCATION: 103-11-04851, 1897 April 03
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Rearrangement yard tracks, LOCATION: 103-12-02753A, 1890 September 19
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Encroachments Augusta and Southern Railway on right of way Atlanta and Savannah Railroad, LOCATION: 103-13-02745, 1896 December 14
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Augusta, GA: Encroachments of the Augusta and Southern Railway on right of way of the Atlanta and Savannah Railroad, LOCATION: 103-13-02745, 1896 December 14
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Augusta, GA: Plan of yard, LOCATION: 103-65-02750, 1899 April 07
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Plan showing tracks and ownership, LOCATION: 104-00-14030, 1931 March 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Railroad shops, LOCATION: 108-29-02751, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Old Delaigle estate in Richmond County, GA, LOCATION: 108-59-13242, 1867 April 17
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Tracks and other property of Central of Georgia and Augusta and Savannah Railroads, LOCATION: 111-48-14306, 1934 April 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Plan of tracks and other property of Central of Georgia and Augusta and Savannah Railroad, LOCATION: 111-48-14306, 1934 April 02
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Plan of masonry for 60-foot turntable, LOCATION: 112-43-03044, 1889 November 25
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Augusta, GA: Circular wall for turntable, LOCATION: 112-43-11258, 1918 November
MAPTYPE: Turntables
Augusta, GA: Industrial tracks between Main Line and Twigg Street near 3rd level canal, LOCATION: 115-38-13925, 1930 June 26
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Proposed track to serve Southern Milling Company, LOCATION: 115-40-13656, 1929 January 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Portion of Miracle Mile Industrial Area, LOCATION: 141-12-17749, 1962 February 12
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Nixon Grocery Company spur with Turpin Hill trolly line, LOCATION: 142-21-06608, 1909 January 26
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Proposed track changes, LOCATION: 148-47-14667, 1937 December 13
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Extension to Merry Brothers Brick and Tile Company track, LOCATION: 150-45-15603, 1944 December 19
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Property and tracks DeLigle Avenue to freight house, LOCATION: 150-64-02747, 1888 November 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Proposed and track DeLigle Avenue to freighthouse, LOCATION: 150-64-02747, 1888 November 20
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Property and tracks, DeLigle Avenue to freighthouse, LOCATION: 150-64-02747, 1888 November 20
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property in block bounded by 6th, Hall, Walton, and Twiggs Streets, LOCATION: 152-69-14056, 1931 June 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property in block bounded by Sixth, Hall, Walton, and Twiggs Streets, LOCATION: 152-69-14056, 1931 June 11
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Freight house and office building, LOCATION: 158-42-10769, 1917 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Office portion of freight house, LOCATION: 158-42-13308, 1918 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Office portion of freight house, LOCATION: 158-42-15626, 1945 March 01
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Sketch of freight house and annex, LOCATION: 158-42-15833, 1946 May 23
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Port Royal and Western Carolina Railroad and Augusta (Electric) Railway, LOCATION: 180-35-04087, 1890 April 22
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Port Royal and Western Carolina Railroad and Augusta (Electric) Railway, LOCATION: 180-35-04087, 1890 April 22
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Tracks for International Agricultural Association, LOCATION: 180-37-07989, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 184-74-08983, 1905
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Augusta, GA: City map, LOCATION: 184-74-09848, 1915 February
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Augusta, GA: Plan showing location of Phoenix Oil Company at Fenwick and Twiggs Streets, LOCATION: 186-09-14163, 1932 May 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Plan of proposed track to serve Georgia Power Company, LOCATION: 186-82-16485, 1951 May 08
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Metal roof for foreman's house, LOCATION: 194-75-14454, 1936 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Tracks and property of Atlantic Coast Line Railway, LOCATION: 194-98-04350, 1905 October 20
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Property of Atlantic Coast Line Railway, LOCATION: 194-98-04350, 1905 October 20
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Portion of Twiggs Street, LOCATION: 208-29-14603, 1937 June 26
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Automobile platform, LOCATION: 208-38-14562, 1937 January
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Automobile platform, LOCATION: 208-38-14562, 1937 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Remodel automobile platform, LOCATION: 208-38-15329, 1942 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Proposed loading shed over side track at Augusta Hardwood Lumber Company, LOCATION: 208-38-16192, 1948 July 29
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Augusta, GA: Industrial site mile post S-131.2, LOCATION: 210-18-16758, 1953 December 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Plan of proposed tracks to serve Southern Milling Company, LOCATION: 210-52-16958, 1955 July 14
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Proposed warehouse, LOCATION: 210-58-17002, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property at Fenwick and Sixth Streets, LOCATION: 210-98-16914, 1955 January 19
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property at Fenwick and Sixth Streets, LOCATION: 210-98-16914, 1955 January 19
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Joint terminal for Central of Georgia Railroad, Augusta and Savannah Railroad, and Augusta and Summerville Railroad, LOCATION: 211-03-05249, 1906 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Joint terminal for Central of Georgia Railroad, Augusta and Savannah Railroad, and Augusta and Summerville Railroad, LOCATION: 211-03-05249, 1906 June
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Yard tracks to cotton platform and wash works, LOCATION: 211-05-02754, 1892 August 08
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia and foreign tracks, LOCATION: 211-06-02755, 1888 December
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Track to serve the H.M. Boardman property, LOCATION: 212-26-17103, 1956 December
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Proposed track to new Savannah bluff-plan and profile, LOCATION: 216-15-14350, 1934 October 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property required for track changes Augusta and Savannah Railroad connection near third level canal, LOCATION: 218-62-14061, 1931 June 22
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Plan showing property required for track changes, Augusta and Savannah Railroad connection near third level canal, LOCATION: 218-62-14061, 1931 June 22
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Richmond County, Mrs. M. L. Walton, LOCATION: 220-28-12420, 1923 October 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: D-126.7 drainage area, LOCATION: 220-43-12064, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Augusta, GA: Track changes Fenwick and 11th Streets, LOCATION: 220-60-09875, 1915 February
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Southern Railway track to Texas Oil Company plant, LOCATION: 220-78-10749, 1917 July 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Lot owned by Central Banking Company, LOCATION: 224-67-02749, 1863 February 13
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Augusta, GA: Tracks owned by different railroads in vicinity of Hall and Gwinnett Streets, LOCATION: 224-85-06848, 1909 June 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Connection with Charleston and Western Carolina Railroad, LOCATION: 230-78-12754, 1924 June
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Portion of yard, LOCATION: 232-29-00351, 1899 March 28
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Augusta, GA: Spur for McKenzie's brick yard, LOCATION: 232-31-00133, 1901 January 14
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Camp site tracks, LOCATION: 232-91-10735, 1917 July 17
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Augusta, GA: Augusta and Savannah Railway and Port Royal and Western Carolina Railroad, LOCATION: 234-68-04079, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Augusta and Savannah Railway and Port Royal and Western Carolina Railroad, LOCATION: 234-68-04079, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Central of Georgia Railroad and Port Royal Railroad, LOCATION: 234-80-04082, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings, 5 sheets
Augusta, GA: Central of Georgia and Augusta and Savannah Railway at Twiggs Street, LOCATION: 238-56-00208, 1901 April 03
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Georgia and Florida Railroad with industrial tracks, LOCATION: 238-59-10747, 1917 July 27
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Augusta, GA: Georgia Belt Line crossing to Dleage Avenue, LOCATION: 154-43-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Augusta, GA: Map of the city of Augusta from surveys made by the Department of Public Works, LOCATION: 002-12-00099, 1912
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Augusta, GA: Cross section over Briar Creek D-103.1 and McBean Creek D-109.9, LOCATION: 194-46-13964, 1930 September
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Augusta, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 131 and 132, LOCATION: 126-70-08461, 1921 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Augusta, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 132 and end, LOCATION: 231-07-09144, 1913 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Augusta, GA: Plan showing railroad crossing and approaches - Gordon highway near Merry Brothers Brick and Tile Company, LOCATION: 210-67-17016, 1956 October 29
MAPTYPE: Crossings, 3 pages
Augusta, GA: Proposed pipe line for Hickory Street sewer, LOCATION: 071-75-16327, 1949 December 19
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Augusta, GA: Resurvey from mile post 30 to 31, LOCATION: 152-48-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Augusta, GA to Union Junction, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 132 and end, LOCATION: 126-71-09144, 1944 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Baileys Park, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile posts 66 and 68, LOCATION: 206-08-11907, 1921 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Baileys Park, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile posts 68 and 69, LOCATION: 206-10-11922, 1921 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Baileys Park, GA: Resurvey from mile post 68 to 69, LOCATION: 197-69-11922, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 016-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Balcom, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 178 and 180, LOCATION: 124-28-09840, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Baldwin County, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 185 and 187, LOCATION: 126-88-08934, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Baldwin County, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 256 the end, LOCATION: 128-60-09171, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bale, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 129 and 130, LOCATION: 126-12-08945, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bancroft, GA: Resurvey from mile post 339 to 340, LOCATION: 164-63-01345, 1910 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bancroft, GA: Resurvey from mile post 340 to 342, LOCATION: 164-64-05240, 1906 June 16
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Banning, GA: Resurvey from mile post 300 to 301, LOCATION: 134-74-08191, 1915 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Banning, GA: Resurvey from mile post 301 to 303, LOCATION: 134-75-08192, 1911 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Banning, GA: Resurvey from mile post 303 to 304, LOCATION: 134-71-08193, 1911 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Banning, GA: Resurvey from mile post 304 to 305, LOCATION: 134-18-07861, 1910 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barachias, AL: Layout of tracks, roads, and buildings in the vicinity of Central of Georgia bridges B-213 and A-214, LOCATION: 093-64-00210, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barachias, AL: Resurvey from mile post 404 to 406, LOCATION: 164-09-06547, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barachias, AL: Resurvey from mile post 406 to 408, LOCATION: 164-11-06548, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barachias, AL: Resurvey from mile post 408 to 409, LOCATION: 164-13-10952, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Plan showing right of way acquired from Pappas, Foy, and Pomeroy for Central of Georgia Railway Company's proposed track to serve various industries, LOCATION: 046-41-17836, 1962 November 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barbour County, AL: Plan showing right of way acquired from Pappas, Foy and Pomeroy for Central of Georgia Railway's proposed track to serve various industries, LOCATION: 046-41-17836A, 1962 November 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way, 2 sheets
Barbour County, AL: City map, LOCATION: 094-29-12438, 1923 November
MAPTYPE: Local and state
Barbour County, AL: F.G. Green, LOCATION: 238-83-12652, 1924 June 06
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Barbour County, AL: Bridge H-336.0, Alabama State Highway Department, LOCATION: 074-20-00000, 1927 November
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 7 sheets
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 221 to 222, LOCATION: 168-78-10980, 1914 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 341 to 342, LOCATION: 162-46-05876, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 342 to 344, LOCATION: 162-47-06826, 1908 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 351 to 353, LOCATION: 168-32-08310, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 368 to 370, LOCATION: 168-49-06713, 1909 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 370 to 371, LOCATION: 168-51-08389, 1911 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Map of Barbour County, LOCATION: 003-00-14912, 1937
MAPTYPE: Local and state
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from station 17643 to mile post 335, LOCATION: 168-15-06268, 1908 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 368 to 370, LOCATION: 168-48-06713, 1909 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barbour County, GA: Property on Orange and Washington Streets, LOCATION: 113-88-04099, 1905 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barnes Cross Roads, AL: Resurvey from mile post 387 to 388, LOCATION: 168-68-08826, 1912 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnes Cross Roads, AL: Resurvey from mile post 388 to 389, LOCATION: 168-69-08827, 1912 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnes Cross Roads, AL: Resurvey from mile post 389 to 390, LOCATION: 168-70-08828, 1912 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Freight depot elevation, cross-sections, and floor plan, LOCATION: 052-44-02199, 1905 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Barnesville, GA: Track and end elevations, LOCATION: 052-45-05716, 1907 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Warehouse occupied by Wooten and Jordan, LOCATION: 052-44-08665, 1914 June 24
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses, 2 sheets
Barnesville, GA: Alterations and additions to warehouse at foot of Ann Street, LOCATION: 052-45-08674, 1914 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses, 2 sheets
Barnesville, GA: Passenger depot, LOCATION: 072-24-08288, 1912 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Barnesville, GA: Track beams, William Carter Company, LOCATION: 077-26-15913, 1946 November
MAPTYPE: Track Scales
Barnesville, GA: Location of lines A and B, Barnesville to city dumping station, LOCATION: 094-05-00037, 1898 August 17
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Barnesville, GA: City map, LOCATION: 097-20-17636, 1953
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Barnesville, GA: Survey vicinity of depot, Atlanta Street crossing, LOCATION: 099-63-14465, 1935 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Mile post S-234.8 survey vicinity of Zebulon-Barnesville Highway crossing on Route 18, LOCATION: 099-64-14466, 1935 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Property acquired for location of proposed freight depot, LOCATION: 144-60-08656, 1912 June 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barnesville, GA: Barnesville to Thomaston, location and capacity of passenger track, LOCATION: 146-07-12794, 1924 December
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Barnesville, GA: Rearrangement of facilities, LOCATION: 182-73-04597, 1906 April 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Spur to J.C. Smith, LOCATION: 236-75-01213, 1900 November 14
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Spur to Summer Buggy Company, LOCATION: 236-91-00197, 1901 April 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barnesville, GA: Location of sewer, LOCATION: 238-73-07471, 1910 May 03
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Barnesville, GA: West bypass at mile post 234.4, Highway Department, project F-001-3(6), Lamar County, LOCATION: 051-24-00000, 1958 December
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 9 sheets
Barnesville, GA: Proposed foot underpass, general layout, LOCATION: 114-01-05776, 1907 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Barnesville, GA: LOCATION: Proposed foot underpass, masonry, LOCATION: 114-01-08519, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 233 to 234, LOCATION: 130-32-03057, 1914 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 234 to 236, LOCATION: 130-33-01447, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 236 to 237, LOCATION: 130-35-07935, 1916 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 237 to 239, LOCATION: 130-36-07936, 1916 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Signals 2316 to 2343, LOCATION: 109-12-10300, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Barnesville, GA: Signals 2355 to 2395, LOCATION: 109-13-10300, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Barnesville, GA: Barnesville to Milner, mile post 234 to 243, LOCATION: 111-17-10149, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 233 and 234, LOCATION: 229-49-03057, 1913 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 2 sheets
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 244 and 245, LOCATION: 231-60-06374, 1909 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Highway crossing signal, Barnesville - Johnstonville Road, mile post 232, LOCATION: 049-52-16427, 1950 August
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Barnesville, GA: Highway crossing signal, Barnesville - Johnstonville Road, mile post 232, LOCATION: 049-52-16427, 1950 August
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Barnesville, GA: Profile from Barnesville, GA to Thomaston, GA, LOCATION: 058-01-08564, 1912 March
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 4 sheets
Barnesville, GA: Resurvey from mile post 233 to 234, LOCATION: 132-00-06366, 1908 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barnesville, GA: Suggestions for freight shed, LOCATION: 196-11-00739, 1899 December 26
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Barrett, AL: Resurvey from mile post 382 to 384, LOCATION: 166-06-07575, 1910 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barrett, AL: Resurvey from mile post 384 to 386, LOCATION: 166-08-07576, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barron's Lane, GA: Located line packing house, LOCATION: 042-05-12444, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Barron's Lane, GA: Property, LOCATION: 118-55-12462, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barron's Lane, GA: Property, LOCATION: 118-55-12463, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barron's Lane, GA: Property, LOCATION: 118-55-12464, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barron's Lane, GA: Property, LOCATION: 118-55-12465, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barron's Lane, GA: Property, LOCATION: 118-55-12466, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Barron's Lane, GA: Located line to serve packing house, LOCATION: 226-19-12492, 1924 January
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Barron's Lane, GA: Resurvey from mile post 233 to 235, LOCATION: 160-12-08152, 1911 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Barron's Lane, GA: Barron's Lane to Cheeve, signals H-2346 to H-2383, LOCATION: 107-34-12384, 1923 September
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Bartow, GA: Foreman's house roof plan, LOCATION: 057-01-14887, 1939 May
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bartow, GA: Property purchased from C.M. Thompkins, LOCATION: 144-52-07661, 1910 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bartow, GA: Combination depot, LOCATION: 158-17-09553, 1914 April 15
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Bartow, GA: Resurvey from mile post 111 to 112, LOCATION: 233-21-01572, 1912 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bartow, GA: Highway crossing signal, location plan, LOCATION: 024-00-14797, 1938 October
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Bartow, GA: Highway crossing signal, circuit plan, LOCATION: 024-00-14798, 1938 October
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Bartow, GA to Tennille, GA: Map showing Central of Georgia Railroad from Bartow to Tennille, sections 35 to 39, LOCATION: 003-01-00080, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Batesville, AL: Layout of tracks, roads, and buildings in the vicinity of Central of Georgia bridge B-158, LOCATION: 093-91-00234, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Batesville, AL: Resurvey from mile post 347 to 349, LOCATION: 162-52-06265, 1908 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beachwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 230 to 231, LOCATION: 168-87-11061, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beachwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 231 to 232, LOCATION: 168-88-08150, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bealwood, GA: Survey vicinity River Road crossing, LOCATION: 099-66-14471, 1935 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bealwood, GA: Proposed highway change, LOCATION: 156-17-08821, 1912 November
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Bealwood, GA: Tracks and property between mile posts 3 and 4, LOCATION: 238-97-09929, 1915 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bealwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 3 to mile post 5, LOCATION: 178-65-09080, 1912 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beech Hill, GA: Resurvey between mile post 150 and 151, LOCATION: 124-00-09816, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beech Hill, GA: Resurvey between mile post 151 to 152, LOCATION: 124-01-09822, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beech Hill, GA: Resurvey between mile post 152 to 153, LOCATION: 124-02-09823, 1914 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beech Hill, GA: Resurvey between mile post 153 and 154, LOCATION: 124-03-09826, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Beechwood, GA: Track G.H. Evans Lumber Company, LOCATION: 184-81-09985, 1915 June 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bellefont, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 317 and 319, LOCATION: 178-05-08234, 1911 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bellwood, AL: Piping layout for pump, LOCATION: 194-53-14012, 1931 February 26
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Bellwood, AL: Location of pump and pipe line, LOCATION: 238-08-05843, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Bellwood, AL: Resurvey from mile post 409 to 410, LOCATION: 223-18-05850, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bellwood, AL: Resurvey from mile post 409 to 410, LOCATION: 166-33-05850, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bellwood, AL: Resurvey from mile post 410 to 411, LOCATION: 166-34-05851, 1907 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bellwood, GA: City map, LOCATION: 180-28-05824, 1903 September
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bellwood, GA: Profile of track, mile post 179 to 223, LOCATION: 023-00-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 21 sheets
Bellwood, GA: Exchange of property, LOCATION: 113-12-06353, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Berry Hill, GA: Resurvey between mile post 378 to 380, LOCATION: 136-52-09106, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Berry Hill, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 378 and 380, LOCATION: 229-72-09106, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Berryton, GA: Addition to freight room, LOCATION: 099-68-14479, 1936 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Berryton, GA: 30,000-gallon water tank, LOCATION: 216-12-14302, 1934 March
MAPTYPE: Tanks
Berryton, GA: Installation of electric pumping equipment, LOCATION: 218-84-14162, 1932 May
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Berryton, GA: Resurvey between mile post 400 to 402, LOCATION: 136-74-08428, 1911 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bethel, AL: Resurvey from mile post 379 to 380, LOCATION: 168-60-06999, 1909 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bethel, AL: Resurvey from mile post 380 to 381, LOCATION: 168-61-07128, 1909 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bethel, AL: Resurvey from mile post 381 to 382, LOCATION: 168-62-07129, 1909 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bethesda, GA: Layout of proposed irrigation system, LOCATION: 047-55-00000, 1938 October, revised 1940
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bethesda, GA: Layout of water system, LOCATION: 047-55-00000, 1938 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bethmont, GA: Changes in track layout for Piedmont Cotton Mills, LOCATION: 142-91-08276, 1911 September 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bethmont, GA: Resurvey from mile post 286 to 287, LOCATION: 130-86-09240, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bexton, GA: Laborer's house, LOCATION: 156-58-11094, 1917 July
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bexton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 66 and mile post 67, LOCATION: 200-28-09403, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bexton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 67 and mile post 69, LOCATION: 200-29-09384, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bexton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 69 and mile post 71, LOCATION: 200-31-09385, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bexton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 71 and mile post 72, LOCATION: 200-33-09386, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bexton, GA, to Raymond, GA: Change in public road and location of overhead bridge, LOCATION: 146-03-05429, 1907 April 09
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Bibb County, GA: Portion around Head, GA, LOCATION: 075-21-15883, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bibb County, GA: County map, LOCATION: 100-19-02817, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bibb County, GA: Part of the C.L. Deal property in lot 121 M.R.W. Bibb County, GA, LOCATION: 109-57-16404, 1950 June 28
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Right of way through land lot 84, LOCATION: 113-16-05634, 1907 July 18
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Property purchased from W.E. Jenkins in land lot 89, LOCATION: 115-81-09338, 1913 October 10
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Land lots no. 45, 46, 62-74, and 63-45, LOCATION: 115-92-02841, 1905 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Property purchased from J.E. Hall, land lots 74 and 89, LOCATION: 118-75-09263, 1913 July 26
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Property acquired by Central of Georgia near mile post S-195, LOCATION: 186-35-15739, 1945 September 27
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Property survey for Central of Georgia Railway, Macon Reserve West, LOCATION: 188-36-17149, 1957 May
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Mile post 194, storm sewer, LOCATION: 188-56-17318, 1958 March
MAPTYPE: Drainage, 2 sheets
Bibb County, GA: Macon Stone Company, LOCATION: 212-90-16934, 1955 April 28
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bibb County, GA: Industrial property and track of Hooks property near Macon, LOCATION: 214-78-16195, 1948 August
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Overhead bridge at mile post 197.5, proposed changes in signal and communications, LOCATION: 099-95-16647, 1952 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of Station no. 10189 to 10241, LOCATION: 102-05-00008, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of industrial track, LOCATION: 102-12-00016, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey between mile posts 187 to 188, LOCATION: 124-36-09832, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey between mile posts 188 to 189, LOCATION: 124-37-09833, 1914 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey between mile posts 189 to 190, LOCATION: 124-38-09834, 1914 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal property, mile posts 190 to 191, LOCATION: 128-64-12939, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, LOCATION: 128-65-12939A, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile post 191 to 192, LOCATION: 128-66-12971, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile posts 192 to 193, LOCATION: 128-67-11521, 1919 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile posts 193 to 194, LOCATION: 128-90-10931, 1916 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Land of Empire Land Company, LOCATION: 128-93-12784A, 1925 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, LOCATION: 128-94-12791, 1924 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile post 192 to 193, LOCATION: 128-75-13693, 1929 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile posts 193 to 194, LOCATION: 128-76-12940, 1925 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon freight terminal, mile posts 194 to 195, LOCATION: 128-77-12934, 1925 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Old Macon and Atlantic Railroad line, industrial tracks, LOCATION: 128-69-06055, 1908 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Industrial tracks and Macon and Atlantic main line, LOCATION: 128-71-12973, 1925 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 187 TO 188, LOCATION: 132-19-06063, 1907 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 196 and 197, LOCATION: 229-44-02348, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 196 and 197, LOCATION: 229-04-10495, 1916 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 2 sheets
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 197 and 198, LOCATION: 229-05-07811, 1916 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Macon to Atlanta, mile post 192 to 197, LOCATION: 018-02-14248, 1919 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 6 sheets
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey from Macon to Fort Valley, mile post 192 to 193, LOCATION: 026-01-13693, 1929 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey from Macon, GA to Fort Valley, GA, mile post 193 to 194, LOCATION: 026-01-12940, 1929 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Property transfer, Dr. W.G. Lee to the Macon Area Development Commission, LOCATION: 038-01-15819, 1946 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Plan of City of Macon and immediate suburbs, LOCATION: 100-73-00000, 1897 January
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Map of main line from station 1029 to 1034, LOCATION: 102-19-00014, 1915 June 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey of Macon terminals, LOCATION: 128-88-12972A, 1928 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bibb County, GA: Resurvey from mile post 193 to 194, LOCATION: 171-12-12940, 1929 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Birmingham, AL: Frisco Railroad from 28th Street and 23rd Avenue to west end of East Thomas yard, LOCATION: 000-20-00000
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Terminals, LOCATION: 000-20-00000, 1898 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Frisco Railroad from 28th Street and 23rd Avenue to west end of East Thomas yard, LOCATION: 000-20-00000
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: City map, LOCATION: 006-02-00000, 1904
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Map of East Thomas yard, St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, LOCATION: 030-11-21294, 1928 June 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Change in alignment between mile posts 64-72, Walker County, AL, Quinton, AL to Lost Creek, AL, LOCATION: 048-06-09308, 1913 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Southern Railway lines and Association Lines Railroad in vicinity of Birmingham, LOCATION: 048-37-00000, 1918 November 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Southern Railway lines and Association Lines Railroad in vicinity of Birmingham, LOCATION: 048-37-00000, 1918 November 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Bessemer terminal area (van Dyke), LOCATION: 049-30-14449, 1935 November 05
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Showing location of coal mines and railroads, LOCATION: 052-62-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Tracks terminal area coordinating committee, LOCATION: 053-41-14483, 1935 November 05
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds, 5 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Proposed warehouse for Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, LOCATION: 054-37-14029, 1931 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Birmingham, AL: Warehouse and office for Empire Land Company, block no. 594, LOCATION: 054-46-14138, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Birmingham, AL: Repairs to pavement 5th Avenue crossing and 29th Street, LOCATION: 056-36-16017, 1947 August
MAPTYPE: Paving
Birmingham, AL: General layout of Empire Land Company property, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, block 594, LOCATION: 058-21-14141, 1932 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Land to be acquired from Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company for track to detinning, LOCATION: 058-36-15390, 1943 March 30
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Kelley map of city, LOCATION: 064-04-00000, 1911
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Tracks between 26th and 35th Streets and 8th and 11th Avenues, LOCATION: 071-03-13958, 1930 August 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Tracks between 15th and 26th Streets and 8th and 11th Avenues, LOCATION: 071-03-13959, 1930 August 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Diagram of main line between Birmingham, AL and Sylacauga, AL, LOCATION: 056-03-16353, 1950 March 03
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams, 2 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Terminal sheet no. 4, LOCATION: 094-92-06068, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Design of freight depot, LOCATION: 094-99-02796, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Birmingham, AL: Protection to outside door hangers, LOCATION: 094-99-02796A, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Birmingham, AL: Arrangement of roof conductors, LOCATION: 094-99-02796B, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing railroads in vicinity of Birmingham, AL, LOCATION: 096-12-14277, 1933 October 05
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Map of railroads, LOCATION: 098-26-06814, 1908 August 22
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: City map, LOCATION: 098-26-06814, 1908 August 22
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Virginia Bridge and Iron property, LOCATION: 098-43-13283, 1926 October
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Arrangement of tracks to depot, roundhouse, and yard, LOCATION: 098-60-02850, 1888 May
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Alabama Fuel and Iron Company proposed location of slope no. 3, LOCATION: 098-91-13555, 1912 May 22
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Connection of Birmingham, AL between Columbus and Western Railroad and Lewisburg and Nashville Railroad, LOCATION: 099-33-02845, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Connection of Birmingham, AL between Columbus and Western Railroad and Lewisburg and Nashville Railroad, LOCATION: 099-33-02845, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Yard north end, LOCATION: 099-41-01180, 1888 February 01
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: New tracks and Pratt "Y", LOCATION: 099-42-02846, 1889 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Crossing and connection Sloss Furnace tracks, LOCATION: 099-52-02905, 1889 November
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Garage for Empire Land Company, block no. 594, LOCATION: 099-56-14140, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Birmingham, AL: Shed and storehouse for Empire Land Company, block no. 594, LOCATION: 099-57-14139, 1932 February
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Birmingham, AL: Proposed track connections between Southern Railway main tracks and Birmingham Belt railroad for deliveries to east Thomas yard, LOCATION: 099-89-17589, 1961 January 17
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Proposed train shed, LOCATION: 101-16-00000, 1929 June 13
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Birmingham, AL: Plan of Birmingham industrial park by Walter Schoel Engineering Company, LOCATION: 101-90-17543, 1960 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Plan of property in block 424, LOCATION: 107-66-16417, 1950 August 14
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Plan of property in block 420, LOCATION: 107-67-16451, 1950 December 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Land between Birmingham and Woodlawn Junction, LOCATION: 108-01-05440, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Birmingham and subdivision railroad connection land lot, LOCATION: 108-26-04452, 1906 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: East and West section line fence encroachment, LOCATION: 108-33-11584, 1920 March 08
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Birmingham, AL: Saint Louis and San Francisco Railway Company plat showing facilities at Birmingham to be used jointly by the Illinois Central, Central of Georgia, and Frisco Railways, LOCATION: 108-40-13301, 1924 March 07
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company plat showing facilities at Birmingham to be used jointly by the Illinois Central, Central of Georgia, and Frisco Railways, LOCATION: 108-40-13301, 1924 March 07
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company plat showing facilities at Birmingham to be used jointly by the Illinois Central, Central of Georgia, and Frisco Railways, LOCATION: 108-40-13301, 1924 March 07
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Connecting lines, LOCATION: 108-40-13301, 1926 January 01
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Spur from Mammoth spur to no. 3 slope Helena Seam, LOCATION: 110-05-09539, 1914 February 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Connection of Central of Georgia and Mary Lee Railroad, LOCATION: 112-86-13028, 1925 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Relocation and new connection with Birmingham Belt Railroad, LOCATION: 112-87-10510, 1911
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing property of Central of Georgia Railway in Blocks 594, 595, 596, 597 and 598, LOCATION: 115-43-13703, 1929 April 18
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing property of Central of Georgia Railway in blocks 594, 595, 596, 597, and 598, LOCATION: 115-43-13703, 1929 April 18
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Property to Mary Lee Railroad, LOCATION: 118-40-13261, 1926 September
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Central of Georgia Railway and Saint Louis and San Francisco Railway Company at 29th Street and 9th Avenue, LOCATION: 142-11-06023, 1907 December 27
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Tracks between 31st Street and 27th Street near 10th Avenue, LOCATION: 144-75-07830, 1910 December
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed track to Birmingham Slag Company, LOCATION: 148-62-14739, 1938 June 18
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Proposed track changes for Wofford Oil Company, LOCATION: 150-60-16062, 1947 December 11, revised 1948
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Crossing ties in Central of Georgia Railway main line and Louisville and Nashville Railroad tracks, LOCATION: 150-62-15616, 1945 January 24
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Location of industries and tracks in vicinity of 2nd Avenue and 12th Street used jointly with Illinois Central Railroad, LOCATION: 150-76-16140, 1948 April 13
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Location of industries in vicinity of 2nd Avenue and 12th Street used jointly with the Illinois Central Railroad, LOCATION: 150-76-16140, 1948 April 13
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Location of industries and tracks in vicinity of 2nd and 12th Streets used jointly with the Illinois Central Railroad, LOCATION: 150-76-16140, 1948 April 13
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Crossing gantry crane track, Southern States Iron Roofing Company, LOCATION: 152-96-15971, 1947 March 28
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Crossing of gantry crane track of Southern States Iron Roofing Company, LOCATION: 152-96-15971, 1947 March 28
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Southern Railway and connection, LOCATION: 152-97-16001, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Southern Railway and connections, LOCATION: 152-97-16001, undated
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Southern Railway and connection, LOCATION: 152-97-16001, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Proposed rearrangement of connection with Birmingham relocated belt, LOCATION: 154-54-13404, 1927 July 08
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed rearrangement of connection with Birmingham relocated belt, LOCATION: 154-54-13404, 1927 July 08
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Alabama Fuel and Iron Company property to be conveyed, LOCATION: 154-74-13592, 1928 August 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Alabama Fuel and Iron Company property to be conveyed, LOCATION: 154-74-13592, 1928 February
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Plan of proposed track changes in Central of Georgia Railway's connection to Birmingham Terminal Company, LOCATION: 167-23-17771, 1962 April 12
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Plan of proposed track changes in Central of Georgia Railway's connection to Birmingham Terminal Company, LOCATION: 167-23-17771, 1962 April 12
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Henryellen Branch proposed washer tracks, LOCATION: 180-80-08787, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Atlantic and Gulf Short Line Railroad and Savannah and Western Railroad, LOCATION: 180-84-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Atlantic and Gulf Short Line Railroad and Savannah and Western Railroad, LOCATION: 180-84-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Proposed Mary Lee Railroad connection and tracks to Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company city furnaces, LOCATION: 182-24-13230, 1926 August 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Drainage, mile post 87, LOCATION: 184-85-10007, 1915 July 14
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Birmingham, AL: Reinforced concrete pit for 12 foot track hopper at Grayson Lumber Company, LOCATION: 188-43-17039, 1956 April 20
MAPTYPE: Culverts
Birmingham, AL: 25,000-gallon low service water tank, LOCATION: 196-71-11660, 1920 July
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Birmingham, AL: Additional right of way to be purchased from Birmingham Realty Company, LOCATION: 198-10-07827, 1910 December 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Mile posts 156 and 126, right of way property acquired from James Harden and wife, A.G. Embry and wife, Susan Jordan, and J .J. Jordan, LOCATION: 198-17-02653
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Mile post 125 and 126, right of way property acquired from James Harden and wife, A. F. Embry and wife, Susan Jordan, and J.J. Jordan, LOCATION: 198-17-02653
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Mile posts 125 and 126, right of way property acquired from James Harden and wife, A.G. Embry and wife, Susan Jordan, and J .J. Jordan, LOCATION: 198-17-02653
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Mile post 125 and 126, right of way property acquired from James Harden and wife, A.G. Embry and wife, Susan Jordan, and J.J. Jordan, LOCATION: 198-17-02653
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Track to serve Southern Steel Works Company, LOCATION: 208-37-14685, 1938 February 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Track to serve Southern Steel Works Company, LOCATION: 208-37-14685, 1938 February 10
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Section lines and coal holdings, LOCATION: 211-36-02646, 1905
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing proposed track to serve Mengel Plywood Company, LOCATION: 212-09-17004, 1955 December 01
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing proposed track to serve Mengel Plywood Company, LOCATION: 212-09-17004, 1955 December 01
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Plans showing proposed track facilities to serve United States Pipe and Foundry Company, LOCATION: 212-41-17173, 1957 August 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Plan of proposed track to serve John Casey, LOCATION: 212-65-17257, 1958 April 11
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Tracks vicinity of 28th Street and 10th Avenue, LOCATION: 216-24-14751, 1938 July 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Track serving Malone Freight Lines, LOCATION: 216-73-15523, 1944 May 24
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Empire Land Company property along 9th Avenue in blocks 594 to 598, LOCATION: 218-12-13819, 1929 November 23
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Track connection KCM and B and Central of Georgia, 9th Avenue and 29th Street, LOCATION: 220-39-11821, 1898 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Crossing and connection H.A. and B. Railway at 31st Street, LOCATION: 220-40-00990, 1898 September 13
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: St . Louis and San Francisco Railroad and Central of Georgia track connections, LOCATION: 220-80-11467, 1916 January 14
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Grant Mills public road, LOCATION: 222-45-11800, 1921 April
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Right of way purchased from Birmingham Realty Company, LOCATION: 222-47-05185, 1906 December
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Property conveyed by the American Casting Company, LOCATION: 222-63-04952, 1906 October 05
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: East Birmingham Land Company, LOCATION: 224-77-01008, undated
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: Property of Mrs. H. Collier, LOCATION: 226-29-12430, 1916 March 21
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Birmingham, AL: 29th Street yard valuation, LOCATION: 226-34-06516, 1908 November
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Interchange tracks for Southern Railway and K.C.M. and B Railroad, LOCATION: 226-76-04806, 1906 April 26
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Interchange tracks for Southern Railway and K.C.M. and B. Railroad, LOCATION: 226-76-04806, 1906 April 26
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: City map, LOCATION: 226-82-00066, 1899 August
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: City map, LOCATION: 226-82-02901, 1886 December 01
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Tracks used jointly with Birmingham Belt Railroad from center of 14th Street to connection in block no. 29, LOCATION: 226-95-09949, 1915 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Crossing of Central of Georgia Railroad connecting tracks with Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks on 27th Street, LOCATION: 230-45-07948, 1911 February
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Tracks and vicinity, LOCATION: 232-36-09360, 1913 October
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Rearrangement of tracks for Virginia Bridge and Iron Company, LOCATION: 232-38-12132, 1922 June 16
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Louisville and Nashville Railroad, LOCATION: 232-65-07310, 1906 March
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Connection of Columbus and Western Railroad with Mary Lee Coal and Coke Company's track, LOCATION: 232-84-02847, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Connections with tracks to Sloss Furnace, LOCATION: 234-12-04084, 1889 December 16
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Henryellen spur, LOCATION: 234-39-04923, 1906 October 19
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed connection between Birmingham Belt Railway on 10th Avenue and Southern Railway on 27th Street, LOCATION: 234-41-06692, 1910 August 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed connection between Birmingham Belt Railway on 10th Avenue and Southern Railway on 27th Street, LOCATION: 234-41-06692, 1910 August 23
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed Mary Lee Railroad connection and tracks to Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company city furnaces, LOCATION: 234-43-13120, 1926 May 21
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed connection with Seaboard Air Line Railway between 30th and 32nd Streets on 9th Avenue, LOCATION: 234-77-08038, 1911 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Columbus and Western Railroad and Louisville and Nashville Railroad, LOCATION: 234-91-00292, 1901 June 06
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Columbus and Western Railroad and Louisville and Nashville Railroad, LOCATION: 234-91-00292, 1901 June 06
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Henryellen spur extension West Black Creek, LOCATION: 236-40-04483, 1905 November 04
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Birmingham, AL: Tracks between 31st and 27th Streets and 9th and 10th Avenues, LOCATION: 238-33-07988, 1911 March
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Tracks between 31st and 27th Streets and 9th and 10th Avenues, LOCATION: 238-33-15256, 1941 December 11
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Electric and Sloss Furnace, LOCATION: 238-43-00245, 1901 April 30
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Columbus and Western Railroad and K.C.M. and B. at 29th Street and 9th Avenue, LOCATION: 238-49-00156, 1899 December 29
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Central of Georgia Railroad and K.C.M. and B. at 29th Street and 9th Avenue, LOCATION: 238-49-00156, 1899 December 29
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: Central of Georgia Railroad and Birmingham Belt Line at 9th Avenue and 32nd Street, LOCATION: 238-55-00368, 1901 July 31
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Birmingham, AL: 60 1/2-pound rail and angle bar used in 29th Street yard, LOCATION: 166-87-08594, 1912 April
MAPTYPE: Standards
Birmingham, AL: Kelley's railroad, mine, and industrial map of Birmingham mineral district, LOCATION: 002-21-00104, 1917
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Kelley's railroad, mine, and industrial map of Birmingham mineral district, LOCATION: 002-12-00103, 1917
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Kelley's railroad, mine, and industrial map of Birmingham mineral district, LOCATION: 002-11-11711, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Kelley's railroad, mine, and industrial map of Birmingham mineral district, LOCATION: 002-21-00107, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Birmingham, AL: Proposed grade revision at highway crossing 18106+35, LOCATION: 033-11-13023, 1925 July
MAPTYPE: Crossings, 3 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Terminal properties of the Central and connecting railways, LOCATION: 062-32-00102, 1898
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Birmingham, AL: Right of Way and track map of Seaboard Air Line Railway, LOCATION: 051-23-00000, 1918 June 30
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 3 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Resurvey of area between mile posts 445 and 446, LOCATION: 174-20-10053, 1915 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Birmingham, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 447 and end, LOCATION: 174-22-10055, 1915 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Birmingham, AL: Dwarf signals Tenth Avenue and Second Street, LOCATION: 115-08-09979, undated
MAPTYPE: Interlockings
Birmingham, AL: Situation plan for proposed underpasses, 55th street and Grand Avenue, LOCATION: 001-10-12552, 1935 June 15
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 3 pages
Birmingham, AL: Underpass at Grand Avenue, LOCATION: 001-10-12674, 1935 July 31
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 2 pages
Birmingham, AL: Underpass at 55th Street, LOCATION: 001-10-12725, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 2 pages
Birmingham, AL: Profile between Birmingham, AL and Dunarant, AL, LOCATION: 031-10-08853, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 40 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Plan for crossings of tunnel coal line under Seaboard Air Line trestle, LOCATION: 032-00-02390, 1905 June
MAPTYPE: Trestles
Birmingham, AL: Drawings of retaining wall, 5th Avenue subway approach for the Birmingham Terminal Company, LOCATION: 032-10-00000, 1906 April 25
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 6 sheets
Birmingham, AL: First Avenue underpass at 47th street, Alabama Highway Department, LOCATION: 034-11-00000, 1946 November 12
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 4 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Falseworks for 5 ft culvert under Central of Georgia track in connection with underpass at 5th Avenue and 32nd Street, LOCATION: 038-11-14706, 1938 April
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Birmingham, AL: Plan and profile of proposed state highway at 5th Avenue North and 32nd Street, LOCATION: 038-11-00000, 1937 May 20
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Birmingham, AL: General plan and profile of proposed highway underpass at 55th Street, LOCATION: 038-11-00000, 1937 October
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 5 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Proposed highway underpass at Grand Avenue, LOCATION: 038-11-00000, 1937 October
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 11 sheets
Birmingham, AL: Plan showing Frisco trucks and property in vicinity of 9th Avenue and 19th Street, LOCATION: 111-50-14357, 1934 November 02
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Birmingham, AL: Proposed track connections between Southern Railway main tracks and Birmingham Belt railroad for deliveries to East Thomas yard, LOCATION: 099-89-17589, 1961 January 17
MAPTYPE: Terminals and Depot Grounds
Biscuit Hill, GA: Encroachment on land of Mrs. Mary Houston, LOCATION: 108-17-02540, 1889 September 26
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Bishop, GA: Property of G.P. Elder, LOCATION: 113-93-12186, 1882 MayY 23
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bishop, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 118-29-01100, 1902 November
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bishop, GA: Property purchased from J.E. Thrashar, LOCATION: 144-09-10372, 1916 July
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bishop, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 273 and 274, LOCATION: 134-05-10708, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bishop, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 274 and 275, LOCATION: 134-06-10700, 1908 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bishop, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 275 and 277, LOCATION: 134-07-07795, 1910 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Black Jack, GA: Resurvey from mile post 258 to 260, LOCATION: 170-15-06163, 1908 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Black Jack, GA: Resurvey from mile post 260 to 261, LOCATION: 170-17-06020, 1907 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Black, GA: Resurvey from mile post 244 to 245, LOCATION: 132-11-10865, 1908 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blakeley, GA: Property line between Empire Cotton Oil Company and Central of Georgia, LOCATION: 220-97-11075, 1918 June
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakeley, GA: Blakley Fertilizer Works, LOCATION: 238-99-09686, 1914 July 14
MAPTYPE: Leases and Encroachments
Blakely, GA: Located line Chattahoochee River to Columbia, LOCATION: 100-23-02921, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Cuthbert Street, crossing, LOCATION: 148-48-15304, 1942 August 04
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Blakely, GA: Addition to stock pen, LOCATION: 194-78-14549, 1936 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Blakely, GA: Track for Farmers Gin and Warehouse Company, LOCATION: 216-63-15430, 1943 Augusst 14
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Spur to Blakely Cotton Oil Company, LOCATION: 220-16-00678, 1902 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Spur to Blakely Brick Company, LOCATION: 220-18-00674, 1902 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Track to Blakely Grocery Company, LOCATION: 232-05-05877, 1907 October 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Proposed "Y" Connection with Flowers Brothers Spur, LOCATION: 238-34-06395, 1908 August
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
BlaKely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
BlaKely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
BlaKely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Blakely extension to Chattahoochee River property owners, LOCATION: 076-25-00060, 1887
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Blakely, GA: Resurvey from mile post 345 to 346, LOCATION: 164-69-10494, 1916 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blakely, GA: Resurvey from mile post 346 to 347, LOCATION: 164-70-06780, 1909 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blakely, GA: Resurvey from mile post 347 to 349, LOCATION: 164-71-07671, 1910 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blakely, GA: Plan showing the proposed side tracks for the city of Blakely, GA, LOCATION: 226-01-10324, 1916 June 27
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Blakley, GA: Blakley extension between Chattahoochee River and Omussee Creek, LOCATION: 009-10-00000, 1888 July
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Bleecker, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 304 and 305, LOCATION: 170-72-07223, 1909 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bleecker, AL: Resurvey of area between mile post 305 and 306, LOCATION: 170-74-13337, 1909 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bleeker, AL: Profile of track for D.G. Smith, LOCATION: 058-60-15543, 1944 August 03
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Bleekers, AL: Plan of track for D.G. Smith to serve a planer mill and lumber yard, LOCATION: 058-60-15543, 1944 August 03
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bleekers, AL: Proposed development account connection for Chattahoochee Valley Railway, LOCATION: 228-98-10178, 1916 March 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bleekers, GA: Resurvey between mile post 303 and 305, LOCATION: 237-43-07223, 1909 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bliss, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 216 and 217, LOCATION: 138-95-06224, 1908 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bliss, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 217 and 218, LOCATION: 138-96-06225, 1925 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bloomingdale, GA: Station grounds, LOCATION: 220-09-02768, 1898 December 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bloomingdale, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 12 and 13, LOCATION: 120-62-09566, 1914 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bloomingdale, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 13 and 14, LOCATION: 120-63-11792, 1914 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bloomingdale, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 14 and 16, LOCATION: 120-64-09567, 1914 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bloomingdale, GA: Resurvey between mile post 12 and 13, LOCATION: 235-21-00442, 1912 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 380+32 and 433+12, LOCATION: 202-57-13155, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 433+12 and 485+52, LOCATION: 202-58-13156, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 485+92 and 438+72, LOCATION: 202-59-13157, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 438+72 and 591+52, LOCATION: 202-60-13158, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA: Resurvey of area between stations 591-52 and 644+32, LOCATION: 202-61-13159, 1915 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Blundale, GA and Cobbtown, GA: Depot for Wadley Southern Railway Company, LOCATION: 158-48-09762, 1914 December 01
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Bolingbroke, GA: Projected location to Preston Small Company's quarry, LOCATION: 094-48-10338, 1916 July
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Install electric pumping equipment in existing well and erect standard 20,000 gallon low service water tank, LOCATION: 047-25-15467, 1943 November 26
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Bolingbroke, GA: Rail leased to Macon Crushed Granite Company, LOCATION: 194-19-13537, 1928 May 24
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Bolingbroke, GA: Tracks, LOCATION: 228-06-01222, 1898 December 08
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 206 to 207, LOCATION: 130-04-06231, 1944 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 207 to 208, LOCATION: 130-05-07811, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 208 to 209, LOCATION: 130-06-07812, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 209 to 210, LOCATION: 130-07-07813, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 210 to 211, LOCATION: 130-08-10928, 1916 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey from mile post 211 to 212, LOCATION: 130-09-10927, 1916 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Signals 2045 to 2062, LOCATION: 109-05-10300, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Bolingbroke, GA: Signals 2066 to 2102, LOCATION: 109-06-10300, undated
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 206 and 207, LOCATION: 229-48-00135, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 206 and 207, LOCATION: 229-11-06231, 1908 April
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 2 sheets
Bolingbroke, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 210 and 212, LOCATION: 229-12-07814, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bolingbroke, GA to Preston, GA: Small Quarries Company quarry project location, LOCATION: 078-22-10394, 1916 July
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 2 sheets
Bon Air, AL: Rearrange track for Danville Knitting Mill spur track, LOCATION: 058-47-15593, 1944 November 30
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bon Air, AL: Freight room and platform, LOCATION: 102-15-14482, 1936 April
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bon Air, AL: Proposed passenger depot, LOCATION: 102-15-15578, 1944 November
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Bon Air, AL: Resurvey from mile post 398 to 399, LOCATION: 172-67-13786, 1929 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bon Air, AL: Resurvey between mile post 402 and 404, LOCATION: 239-83-05089, 1913 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bon Air, AL: Birmingham district grade revision, project no. 4, LOCATION: 004-20-00000, 1924 May
MAPTYPE: Cross Sections
Bone, GA: Resurvey between mile post 380 to 382, LOCATION: 136-54-09107, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Boneta, GA: Resurvey from mile post 236 to 238, LOCATION: 168-93-08220, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bostwich, GA: Plan of tracks, tanks, etc., at Junction of Talbotton Railroad with Southwestern Railroad at Bostwich, LOCATION: 062-45-04914, 1881
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bostwich, GA: Plan of tracks, tanks, etc., at junction of Talbotton Railroad with Southwestern Railroad at Bostwick, LOCATION: 062-45-04914, 1881
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Boswell, AL: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 236-74-01773, 1904 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Boswell, AL: Resurvey from mile post 358 to mile post 360, LOCATION: 176-28-06600, 1909 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Botan, GA: Resurvey from mile post 228 to 230, LOCATION: 166-88-06449, 1908 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bowdell, AL: Resurvey from mile post 329 to 331, LOCATION: 200-43-07764, 1909 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bowden Junction, GA: Depot facilities, LOCATION: 158-37-09644, 1914 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Box Springs, GA: Plan and profile of proposed drainage channel to eliminate drainage problem at Baker Creek, LOCATION: 188-84-17686, 1961 August 21
MAPTYPE: Drainage
Box Springs, GA: Water supply, LOCATION: 196-19-09254, 1913 July
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Box Springs, GA: Piping layout for pump, LOCATION: 208-51-14942, 1939 August 17
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Box Springs, GA: Profile and plan of proposed drainage channel to eliminate drainage problem at Baker Creek, LOCATION: 188-84-17686, 1961 August 21
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Box Springs, GA: Resurvey from mile post 268 to 269, LOCATION: 170-25-12279, 1906 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Box Springs, GA: Resurvey from mile post 269 to 270, LOCATION: 170-26-08181, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Box Springs, GA: Resurvey from mile post 270 to 272, LOCATION: 170-27-08182, 1911 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Box Springs, GA: Resurvey from mile post 267 to 269, LOCATION: 231-98-04430, 1906 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Box Springs, GA: Profile from Box Springs, GA to Juniper, AL, LOCATION: 025-32-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles, 18 sheets
Box Springs, GA: Land conveyed for pump house lot and right of way for pipe line, LOCATION: 144-45-10024, 1915 August
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Boyde, AL: Resurvey from mile post 331 to 333, LOCATION: 200-45-07765, 1910 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bradley, GA: City map, LOCATION: 182-52-06459, 1897
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bradley, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 203 to 204, LOCATION: 132-35-06385, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bradley, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 202 and 204, LOCATION: 231-53-06385, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brandywine, GA: Present property lines of White Sulphur Springs near Brandywine, GA, LOCATION: 098-33-04293, 1906 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brantley, AL: Foreman's house, LOCATION: 156-55-12422, 1923 October
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Brantley, AL: Rail leased to Long, Pryor, and Reynolds Lumber Company, LOCATION: 194-16-13534, 1928 May 28
MAPTYPE: Charts and Diagrams
Brantley, AL: Resurvey of the area between mile post 402 and 403, LOCATION: 176-72-09326, 1909 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bremen, GA: southern Railway passenger depot, LOCATION: 012-21-00000, 1913 July 18
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots, 12 sheets
Bremen, GA: Southern Railway passenger depot, LOCATION: 072-25-09798, 1913 September 22
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Bremen, GA: Private road crossing, LOCATION: 076-40-14837, 1939 February 14
MAPTYPE: Law Suits and Accidents
Bremen, GA: City map, LOCATION: 098-22-06232, 1898 May 28
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bremen, GA: Haralson County, GA map, LOCATION: 100-18-02456, 1897
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bremen, GA: Tracks, LOCATION: 106-40-05719, 1907 August 12
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: Track and coal trestle to serve Sewell Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 111-65-14470, 1936 February 18
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: Main line of Central of Georgia Railway and Southern Railway, LOCATION: 142-36-05198, 1908 March
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Bremen, GA: Plan of freight house, LOCATION: 158-36-05355, 1907 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bremen, GA: Plan of freight house, LOCATION: 158-36-05356, 1907 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bremen, GA: Connections for Central of Georgia and Southern Railroad, LOCATION: 180-22-02804, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: Plan and profile of track for Cluett Peabody and Company, LOCATION: 214-40-15904, 1946 November 04
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: House purchased for section foreman, LOCATION: 218-86-14214, 1932
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bremen, GA: Spur to Mandeville Oil Mills, LOCATION: 234-51-06491, 1908 October 24
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: Proposed water supply, LOCATION: 234-71-09198, 1913 June
MAPTYPE: Water Supply
Bremen, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 236-04-08471, 1912 February 06
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Bremen, GA: Profile of track and coal trestle to serve Sewell Manufacturing Company, LOCATION: 111-65-14470, 1936 February 18
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Bremen, GA: Preliminary Plan of Underpass East of Bremen at mile post C-322.6, LOCATION: 005-10-14824, 1939 March
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 7 pages
Bremen, GA: Resurvey from mile post 323 to 324, LOCATION: 134-97-06235, 1908 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bremen, GA: Resurvey from mile post 324 to 325, LOCATION: 134-98-08381, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bremen, GA: Resurvey from mile post 325 to 326, LOCATION: 134-99-08382, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bremen, GA: Resurvey from mile post 326 to 327, LOCATION: 136-00-08383, 1911 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bremen, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 323 and 324, LOCATION: 229-68-06235, 1908 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Proposed change in "Y" track, LOCATION: 102-48-13551, 1928 June 29
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brewton, GA: Combination depot for Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company, LOCATION: 104-17-12098, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Brewton, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 182-88-01749, 1904 April
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 131 and 133, LOCATION: 126-14-08944, 1920 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 134 to the end, LOCATION: 126-17-09488, 1914 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey from mile post 27 to 28, LOCATION: 197-27-08350, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey from mile post 28 to 29, LOCATION: 197-28-08350, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey from mile post 29 to 30, LOCATION: 197-29-11860, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey from mile post 30 to 31, LOCATION: 197-30-11843, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA: Resurvey from mile post 31 to 32, LOCATION: 197-31-11860, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brewton, GA to Pineora, GA: Macon and Atlantic Railroad, section 57 to 109, LOCATION: 027-20-11183, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brick Yard, AL: Proposed track for Consolidated Gravel Company, LOCATION: 076-52-14737, 1938 June 09
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brick Yard, AL: Proposed track extensions to serve Kendrick Sand and Gravel Company, LOCATION: 150-77-16137, 1948 April 10
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brick Yard, AL: Plan and profile of proposed gravel pit track, LOCATION: 194-65-14200, 1932 September 19
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brick Yard, AL: Resurvey from mile post 297 to 299, LOCATION: 174-67-06790, 1908 October, revised 1914
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brick Yard, AL: Masonry on underpass, LOCATION: 114-10-12027, 1922 February
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brick Yard, AL: Location of plan of underpass, LOCATION: 114-10-11974, undated
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brico, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 189 and 190, LOCATION: 126-92-10091, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brico, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 190 and 191, LOCATION: 126-93-06243, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brico, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 191 and 192, LOCATION: 126-94-06244, 1921 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bridges, GA: Resurvey from mile post 257 to 259, LOCATION: 134-31-06563, 1913 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bronwood, GA: Freight room, LOCATION: 101-06-16674, 1952 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Bronwood, GA: Property of Central of Georgia Railroad, LOCATION: 144-59-05203, 1858 August
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Bronwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 282 to 283, LOCATION: 160-87-06334, 1908 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bronwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 283 to 285, LOCATION: 160-88-06478, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bronwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 285 to 287, LOCATION: 160-90-06479, 1908 July
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bronwood, GA: Resurvey from mile post 287 to 288, LOCATION: 160-92-06480, 1908 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brooklet, GA: Road map of East Bulloch T.P.O., Brooklet section, U.S . Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, LOCATION: 048-51-00000, 1933 September
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Brooklet, GA: Topographic map of East Bulloch T.P.O., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, LOCATION: 048-41-00000, 1933 September
MAPTYPE: Local and State, 2 sheets
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway operated by the Shearwood Company, LOCATION: 093-00-14094, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwook Railway from station 00 to station 211, LOCATION: 093-01-14095, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 211 to station 422, LOCATION: 093-02-14096, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 422 to station 633, LOCATION: 093-03-14097, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 633 to station 844, LOCATION: 093-04-14098, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 1056 to station 1267, LOCATION: 093-06-14100, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 844 to station 1056, LOCATION: 093-05-14099, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 1267 to station 1478, LOCATION: 093-07-14101, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 1478 to station 1689, LOCATION: 093-08-14102, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooklet, GA: Profile of right of way and track map, Shearwood Railway from station 1689 to station 1861, LOCATION: 093-09-14103, 1919 December 12
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Brooks, GA: Resurvey from mile post 263 to 265, LOCATION: 134-37-06492, 1908 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brooks, GA: Resurvey from mile post 265 to 266, LOCATION: 134-39-06493, 1908 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Broughton, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 234 and 236, LOCATION: 128-37-09034, 1922 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Broughton, GA: General location of highway on north side of railroad, eliminating two grade crossings, LOCATION: 144-85-10620, 1917 April 07
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Brumby, GA: Plan and elevation of underpass at Rossville, C-442 .1, LOCATION: 112-21-16721, 1953 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brumby, GA: Proposed Plate Girder Span for the underpass at Rossville, C-442.1, LOCATION: 112-07-16915, 1955 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brumby, GA: Proposed Girder Span at the underpass in Rossville, C-442.1, LOCATION: 112-22-16701, 1953 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brumby, GA: Resurvey between mile post 441 and 442, LOCATION: 138-15-08424, 1911 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brumby, GA: Resurvey between mile post 442 and 443, LOCATION: 138-16-08425, 1911 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brumby, GA: Resurvey between mile post 443 and 444, LOCATION: 138-17-08370, 1911 November
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Brumby, GA: Plan of underpass C-442.1, Chattanooga Division, LOCATION: 112-21-16721, 1953 August
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Brycke, AL: Spur to Howard and Berry's brick yard, Mobile and Girard Railroad, LOCATION: 236-83-00191, 1901 March 25
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buchanan, GA: Portion of Buchanan, GA, LOCATION: 045-02-08491, 1949 January
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Buchanan, GA: Land acquisition W. A. McCalman, LOCATION: 113-60-01062, 1902 October 15
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Buchanan, GA: Villa Rica Post Road bridge C-329.3, Highway Department plans, LOCATION: 047-10-00000, 1939 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 10 sheets
Buchanan, GA: Genereal layout of bridge C-330.8, LOCATION: 100-00-01594, 1903 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buchanan, GA: Van Wert Street bridge C-331.7, Highway Department plans, LOCATION: 053-51-00000, 1935 February, revised 1936
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 7 sheets
Buchanan, GA: General layout of bridge C-332.2, LOCATION: 112-30-01584, 1903 September
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buchanan, GA: Plan of bridge C-332. 2, LOCATION: 100-00-01609, 1903 October 06
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buchanan, GA: Preliminary Layout of Underpass near Buchanan, Georgia at mile post C-331.4, LOCATION: 045-02-15101, 1941 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buchanan, GA: Plans of underpass near Buchanan, Georgia at mile post C-331.4, LOCATION: 045-02-15101, 1941 January
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 6 sheets
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 331 and 332, LOCATION: 136-05-08491, 1912 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 332 and 333, LOCATION: 136-06-09252, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 333 and 334, LOCATION: 136-07-09178, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 334 and 335, LOCATION: 136-08-09179, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 335 and 336, LOCATION: 136-09-09180, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buchanan, GA: Resurvey between mile post 336 and 337, LOCATION: 136-10-09181, 1913 January
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buck Creek, AL: Temporary crossing station 18426, LOCATION: 108-61-12943, 1925 July
MAPTYPE: Crossings
Buck Creek, AL: Plan of bridge P-349.3, LOCATION: 106-21-13044, 1926 January, revised 1949
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buck Creek, AL: Resurvey from mile post 314 to 315, LOCATION: 134-88-08323, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buck Creek, AL: Resurvey from mile post 315 to 316, LOCATION: 134-89-08324, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buck Creek, AL: Resurvey from mile post 316 to 318, LOCATION: 134-90-08325, 1911 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buck Creek, GA: Buck Creek, GA to Sturdivant, AL, LOCATION: 042-10-12532, 1924 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys, 3 sheets
Buck Creek, GA: Right of way from Buck Creek to Studivant, AL, LOCATION: 042-10-12532, 1924 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way, 3 sheets
Buena Vista, GA: Foundation plan for combination depot, LOCATION: 056-07-01684, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Floor plan for combination depot, LOCATION: 056-17-01685, 1904 October 12
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Sections through combination depot, LOCATION: 056-07-01686, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Front elevation of combination depot, LOCATION: 056-07-01687, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Rear elevation of combination depot, LOCATION: 056-17-01688, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: End elevation of combination depot, LOCATION: 056-17-01689, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Roof plan of combination depot, LOCATION: 056-17-01690, 1903 December
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Section foreman's house, LOCATION: 101-42-15634, 1945 March
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Buena Vista, GA: Marion County. GA map, LOCATION: 106-76-02924, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Buena Vista, GA: City map, LOCATION: 110-32-01262, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Buena Vista, GA: Passenger station, LOCATION: 154-94-02942, 1890 January
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Buena Vista, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 182-89-01886, 1904 June
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Track and property, LOCATION: 184-23-01321, 1903 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Track and property, LOCATION: 184-23-01338, 1903 March
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Preliminary line, LOCATION: 184-24-02641, undated
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Proposed Wye track, LOCATION: 216-82-15627, 1945 March 05
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 228-27-01257, 1903 January
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Tracks and property, LOCATION: 228-27-01477, 1903 July
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: (near) Proposed "Y", LOCATION: 234-93-08061, 1911 May
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Buena Vista, GA: Buena Vista and Ellaville extension, LOCATION: 009-10-00000, undated
MAPTYPE: Profiles
Buena Vista, GA: Broad Street bridge 0-35.1, LOCATION: 114-20-12172, 1914 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buena Vista, GA: Broad Street bridge 0-35.1, LOCATION: 114-20-03076, 1914 May
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buena Vista, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 289 and 290, LOCATION: 178-34-08499, 1912 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buena Vista, GA: Proposed underpass between mile post 0 and 35.6, 10 sheets, LOCATION: 072-05-14976, 1940 March
MAPTYPE: Bridges
Buena Vista, GA: Location and circuit plan, LOCATION: 076-53-16311, 1948 August
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Buena Vista, GA: Location and circuit plan of highway crossing signal, Georgia State Route no. 26, mile post C-35, LOCATION: 049-50-16311, 1948 August
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Buena Vista, GA: Highway crossing signal, Georgia State Route no. 26, mile post C-35, LOCATION: 049-50-16311, 1948 August
MAPTYPE: Signals and Circuits
Buffalo, AL: Land acquired from W.H. Hunter, LOCATION: 113-34-07405, 1910 March
MAPTYPE: Real Estate and Right of Way
Buffalo, AL: Resurvey from mile post 340 to 342, LOCATION: 200-54-07769, 1914 June
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Buick, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 74 and 75, LOCATION: 124-57-11582, 1920 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bulloch County, GA: County map, LOCATION: 088-00-12671, 1909
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bulloch County, GA: Map of Bulloch County, LOCATION: 002-10-00096, 1909
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bulloch County, GA: Resurvey, LOCATION: 030-10-00090, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys, 15 sheets
Bulloch County, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 72 and 73, LOCATION: 124-55-11605, 1920 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bulloch County, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 73 and 74, LOCATION: 124-56-11603, 1920 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bullock County, AL: County map, LOCATION: 180-56-05393, 1949
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bullock County, AL: Resurvey between mile post 41 and 43, LOCATION: 237-68-09749, 1913 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bullock County, AL: Resurvey between mile post 53 and 54, LOCATION: 237-70-06303, 1908 May
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bullock County, AL: Map of Bullock County, LOCATION: 003-00-14917, 1937
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bullock County, AL: County Map, LOCATION: 052-24-05393, undated
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Bullock County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 357 to 358, LOCATION: 176-27-06675, 1909 March
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Bullock County, AL: Resurvey from mile post 383 to 385, LOCATION: 162-44-06506, 1908 October
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Burgin, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 295 and 296, LOCATION: 178-28-08823, 1912 February
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Burke County, GA: County map, LOCATION: 094-19-12473, 1909
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Burke County, GA: Map of Burke County, LOCATION: 002-00-00093, 1909
MAPTYPE: Local and State
Burts, GA: Resurvey of area between mile post 29.1 and mile post 30.2, LOCATION: 204-32-06749, undated
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Butler, GA: Proposed spur track to Kaolin Mines, LOCATION: 106-33-00040, 1898 September 20
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Butler, GA: Proposed sanitary toilet facilities, LOCATION: 158-71-10108, 1915 December 17
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Butler, GA: Plan of Underpass at Butler mile post 241.8, LOCATION: 048-44-13933, 1930 July
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 3 sheets
Butler, GA: Resurvey from mile post 241 to 242, LOCATION: 168-98-10437, 1907 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Butler, GA: Resurvey from mile post 242 to 243, LOCATION: 168-99-04800, 1907 September
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Byron, GA: Elevation of office end, LOCATION: 052-50-02969A, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Half plan of roof, LOCATION: 052-50-02969B, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Detail of wrought iron forgings, LOCATION: 052-50-02969C, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Warehouse door, LOCATION: 052-50-02969D, undated
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Warehouses
Byron, GA: Ground plan of pillars, LOCATION: 052-50-02969E, 1888 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Floor plan, LOCATION: 052-50-02969F, 1883 August
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Detail of office doors and windows, LOCATION: 052-50-02969G, 1883 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Side elevations next to track, LOCATION: 052-50-02969H, 1883 September
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Wooden mantle, LOCATION: 052-50-02969I, 1883
MAPTYPE: Buildings
Byron, GA: Proposed alteration and addition for combination freight and passenger depot, LOCATION: 158-63-10702, 1917 June
MAPTYPE: Buildings - Depots
Byron, GA: Track and Property, LOCATION: 182-81-00999, 1902 September
MAPTYPE: Extensions and Surveys
Byron, GA: Overhead bridge at mile post 209.5, Georgia Highway Department, LOCATION: 053-30-00000, 1934 November, revised 1934
MAPTYPE: Bridges, 5 sheets
Byron, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 207 and 208, LOCATION: 138-86-10033, 1914 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Byron, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 208 and 209, LOCATION: 138-87-10166, 1914 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Byron, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 209 and 210, LOCATION: 138-88-06219, 1907 December
MAPTYPE: Resurveys
Byron, GA: Resurvey of the area between mile post 210 and 211, LOCATION: 138-89-10944, 1914 August
MAPTYPE: Resurveys