Atlantic, Waycross and Northern Railroad
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The Atlantic, Waycross and Northern Railroad was formed in 1911 as a successor to the St. Marys and Kingsland Railroad. It ran 11 miles (18 km) on track between St. Mary's and Kingsland, Georgia, USA. The railroad had planned several extensions, none of which came to pass, and the railroad was reorganized into the St. Mary's Railroad in 1924.
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