Statenville Railway

Incorporated in 1906, the Statenville Railway completed its 14-mile line from Statenville, the county seat of Echols County, to Haylow in 1910.

The line was abandoned in 1924.

Statenville is in south Georgia about 18 miles southeast of Valdosta and 6 miles north of the Florida line.

Maps and Timetables:

1916 map (77K)

1918 timetable (41K)

1921 map (74K)

1954 map of ACL, shows part of Statenville route (197K)

From: The Official Railway Equipment Register, Volume 33. October, 1917. Complete publication is online at Google Books.

Garbutt Lumber Co. advertisement, Statenvile, GA

From: Lumber Trade Journal, May 15, 1908. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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