Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad

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The Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad was incorporated by the South Carolina General Assembly to build a railroad line between Charleston, South Carolina, and Cincinnati, Ohio.[1]

The following year, the company changed its name to the Louisville, Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad, and later became the South Carolina Railroad.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b United States Supreme Court (1873). "(untitled)". [dead link]