Gate City Street Railroad
The Gate City Street Railroad Company of Atlanta, Georgia was organized in 1881 by Laurent DeGive (Belgian consul and opera house owner), Levi B. Nelson (city councilman), Capt. Augustus M. Reinhardt (namesake of Reinhardt University) and John Stephens. In 1884 they built a line which started at the Kimball House and went via Pryor, Wheat and Jackson Streets to Ponce de Leon Springs. The line operated until January 1887, when it was sold.
- Atlanta's Streetcars of the Nineteenth Century (blog)
- Edward Young Clarke, Atlanta illustrated, p.107
- Acts passed by the General Assembly of Georgia, p. 275