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[citation needed] in 1896 and reorganized as the Bruton and Pineora Railway in 1897.