Western Carolina Railway

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Charleston And Western Carolina Railway
... The Charleston and Western Carolina Railway (C WC) was formed in 1896 to operate the lines of the former Port Royal and Augusta Railway (PR A) and the Port Royal and Western ...
Charleston And Western Carolina Railway - Origins
... When the Charleston Western Carolina Railway was created in 1896, it combined two existing railroads, the Port Royal and Augusta Railway and the Port Royal and ... would be compromised by any expansion of the facilities at Port Royal, the Central of Georgia Railway took control of the Port Royal Augusta in 1881 ... Central of Georgia sought to expand into the western portion of South Carolina in order to funnel traffic through their lines out of Augusta ...
South Carolina Railroads - Defunct Railroads
... you can help by expanding it Name Mark System From To Successor Notes Air Line Railroad in South Carolina SOU 1870 ... Atlanta and Richmond Air–Line Railway ...

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