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Railroads of North Georgia
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Railroads played an important role in North Georgia's development.

Building the Western and Atlantic Railroad
Building the Western and Atlantic Railroad
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Route of the Western and Atlantic Railroad
Route of the Western and Atlantic Railroad
Details the route of the Western and Atlantic Railroad from Atlanta to Chattanooga
TAG Line
TAG Line
Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia Railroad
Tallulah Falls Railway
Tallulah Falls Railway
Covered 58 miles from Cornelia, Georgia to Franklin, North Carolina. There were 42 trestles in the 58 miles over mountainous terrain
Trestles of North Georgia
Trestles of North Georgia
Western and Atlantic Railroad
Western and Atlantic Railroad
From the Zero-Mile post in downtown Atlanta to the 6th Street station in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Western and Atlantic Railroad ran 138 miles through Northwest Georgia
Western and Atlantic Railroad in the Civil War
Western and Atlantic Railroad in the Civil War
Details the involvement of the Western and Atlantic Railroad in the Confederacy and under Union control.
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The Silver Comet Trail
The Silver Comet Trail
Attractions in North Georgia
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
The only way to travel between McCaysville and Blue Ridge is along the Toccoa River on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad.
Toccoa Depot
Toccoa Depot
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Trestles of North Georgia
Trestles of North Georgia
Journey on the trestles of the Tallulah Falls Railroad with Bryan Boyd, prolific Rabun County author
Railroads of North Georgia
Trestles of North Georgia
Trestles of North Georgia

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