Atlantic Short Line Railway
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The Atlantic Short Line Railway was formed on December 9, 1892, from the failed Macon and Atlantic Railway. It managed to build a 28-mile (45 km) stretch of railroad east out of Brewton, Georgia (spelled Bruton at the time) before going bankrupt. It was sold to the Central of Georgia Railway in 1896 and reorganized as the Bruton and Pineora Railway in 1897.
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