Bainbridge Northern Railway

Operated by the Flint River Lumber Company, the Bainbridge Northern was also a common carrier for a few years. The first section of track, from Bainbridge to Eldorendo, opened sometime between 1896 and 1899. An early extension to Paulina gave the line a total length of 32 miles.

Passenger service was discontinued in 1908. All operations on the line came to an end in 1925.

The railroad's nickname was The Lumber Line.

Maps and Timetables:

1906 timetable (25K)

1907 map (129K)

1910 map (64K)

 


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