Augusta Belt Railway
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The Augusta Belt Railway was incorporated in 1896 and was a subsidiary of the Georgia Railroad. It ran 6 miles (9.7 km) of track as a switching company in Augusta, Georgia, USA, all the way through 1975, at which time it was dissolved.
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