Georgia Midland Railroad

Georgia Midland Railroad was established in March 2004 to operate four former Ogeechee Railway lines: (1) the 15-mile line between Roberta and Fort Valley in middle Georgia (once Southern Railway); (2) the 13-mile line between Fort Valley and Perry (once Central of Georgia); (3) the 29-mile line between Dover and Metter near Savannah (once Central of Georgia); and (4) the 21-mile line between Ardmore and Sylvania near Savannah (once Savannah & Atlanta).

Ogeechee Railway had leased these four lines from Georgia DOT, along with the 42-mile line between Midville and Vidalia. The Midville-Vidalia line was transferred to Heart of Georgia Railroad

In 2008 Georgia Midland sold the Ardmore-Sylvania line back to the Ogeechee Railway.

Georgia Midland Railroad was owned by Atlantic Western Transportation of Americus until early 2010 when AWT sold it to Georgia Southern Railway.

Reporting marks: GMR

Georgia Midland no. 1320 at Midville in 2006. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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