Brunswick & Birmingham Railroad

Chartered December 1900, the Brunswick & Birmingham built a 42-mile line between Brunswick and Offerman in 1901-02. In 1902 the B&B purchased the Offerman & Western Railroad (Offerman-Nicholls), and in 1903 it bought the Ocilla & Irwinville Railroad. Also in 1903, the company built a connecting line from Bushnell to Ocilla.

The company entered receivership in 1904 and was purchased by the Atlantic & Birmingham Railway the same year.

The B&B operated five locomotives, ten passenger cars, and over a hundred other cars, most of which were leased.

Maps, Timetables, and Other Information:

1902 mileage table (46K)

1903 timetable (344K)

1904 map (124K) Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey.

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