Mississippi, Gainesville & Tuscaloosa

A minor road that connected Gainesville, Alabama to the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. It was chartered in 1852. It rented is rolling stock from the Mobile & Ohio RR. The first train ran over the road on December 10, 1860 (locomotive Paducah).
Black's Number 65 (map) (map)
Track 22 miles of 5 foot gauge of T-rail of unknown weight
Locomotives 0
Cars 0
Stations 5
Officers Three
Tredegar Purchases All
Significant Documents
NP, GI 1-5-61
NP, GI 1-18-62
OR Series 4, Vol. 1, Page 1089
NP, GI 5-22-62
NP, GI 5-31-62
NP, GI 6-7-62
NP, GI 7-6-61
NP, GI 7-26-62
AL, M&O 11-26-62
NP, GI 5-2-63
NA, ENG 7-18-63
NA, ENG 7-18A-63
OR Series 4, Vol. 2, Page 655
NA, ENG 8-11-63
NA, SWT 8-11-63
NA, SWT 8-14-63
OR Series 1, Vol. 30, Part 4, Page 496
NA, ENG 8-18A-63
NA, ENGR 9-18A-63
NA, MG&T 1-21-64
NA, ENG 3-17-64
NA, ENG 5-19-64
NA, ENG 6-15-64
NA, ENG 7-22-64
NA, ENG 7-22G-64
NA, ENGR 7-24-64
NA, ENG 7-26-64
NA, ENG 7-26D-64
NA, MG&T 7-26-64
OR Series 4, Vol. 3, Page 742
D, A&WP 12-20-64
NA, ENGR 12-28-64
NP, AC 2-10-65
NP, GD 11-22-77

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