Mobile & Girard

This road was chartered in 1854, but was only about a quarter of the way from Girard, Alabama (across the river from Columbus, Georgia) to Mobile when the war started.
Black's Number 61 (map) (map)
Track 57 miles of 5 foot gauge of unknown weight; 26 miles of T-rail were in place near Girard, the rest was flange iron
Locomotives 4; 4 names
Cars Unknown
Stations 9
Officers Most
Seal Seal
Annual Reports
6-1-66 President
6-1-66 Engineer & Superintendent
Significant Documents
NP, RD 9-16A-61
NA, QMR 1-24-62
NP, MT 4-15-62
NA, CSN 2-19-63
NP, CE 5-19-63
NA, ENGR 8-29-63
NA, CSN 9-24-63
NA, RRB 11-25A-63
NP, WJ 1-11-64
NA, M&GN 1-23-64
NA, QM 5-31-64
OR Series 2, Vol. 7,  Page 444
OR Series 2, Vol. 7,  Page 448
OR Series 4, Vol. 3, Page 575
LOC, JD 8-23-64
NA, QMR 9-26-64
NA, QM 10-1-64
NA, RR 10-24-63
D, A&WP 12-20-64
NA, ENGR 12-30-64
NA, RRB 1-23C-65
NP, CE 3-4B-65

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