Plant System

The Plant System was a system of railroads and steamboats in the U.S. South, taken over by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in 1902. The original line of the system, named after its owner, Henry B. Plant, was the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway, running across southern Georgia.

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Plant System (disambiguation)
... Plant system or Plant System is a system of railways and boats in the American South ... Plant system may also refer to Ground tissue, three simple plant tissues Vascular tissue, a complex tissue found in vascular plants Epidermis (botany), the outer single-layered group of cells covering a ...
Plant System - Station Listing - Florida Division
... Florida Railway (SOU) Suwanee Live Oak continues as Live Oak and Rowland's Bluff Railroad (Plant) junction with Pensacola and Georgia Railroad (SAL), Live Oak and Perry Railroad and ...
South Florida Railroad - History
... Plant and his Plant System (headed by the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway) bought 3/5 of the stock of the South Florida after an unsuccessful attempt to buy the Florida Southern Railway ... Plant had made an agreement with the Florida Southern not to build the SF W south of Gainesville or Palatka, the northern ends of the Florida Southern, but the existing South ... Plant then made agreements with all the railroads building towards Tampa except for the Florida Transit and Peninsular Railroad ...

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