Coast Line Railroad

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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot (Lake Wales, Florida)
... The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot is a historic Atlantic Coast Line Railroad depot in Lake Wales, Florida ... A model railroad layout is one of the exhibits on display ...
List Of North Carolina Railroads - Defunct Railroads
... by expanding it Name Mark System From To Successor Notes Aberdeen and Asheboro Railroad NS 1912 ... Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway Aberdeen and Briar Patch Railway ABPR ...
Gold Coast Railroad Museum - Freight and Other Cars
... The freight cars and other railroad cars on display include Frisco Line Railroad Gondola Car #60053 Port Everglades Railroad Flatcar #1103 Seaboard Coast Line Railroad (S ...
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Bridge
... The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Bridge was a bridge that carried the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and later, the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad over the James River in Richmond, Virginia ...
Atlantic Coast Line Depot - Florida
... Clearwater (ACL station) Crystal River (ACL station) (Crystal River, Florida) Dade City Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot DeLand (ACL station) Dunedin (ACL station) Old ... for Church Street Station) Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot (Palatka, Florida) Pinellas Park (ACL station) Plant City (ACL station) Punta Gorda Atlantic Coast Line Depot Saint Petersburg ...

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