Clay Springs and Apopka Railroad

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The Clay Springs and Apopka Railroad ran from the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad's Orlando Division southeast of Apopka, north and northeast across the Florida Midland Railroad at East Apopka, to Clay Springs (now Wekiwa Springs), Florida, United States.[1] It was operational from around 1890 to sometime after 1919. If it had not already been shut down, the paving of Wekiwa Springs Road [2](Orange County Bond Project 44) in the late 1920s spelled the demise of the railroad.

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  1. ^ The Wekiwas and Wekivas of Orange County, Garner, Mary Kerns. 1983 December. Research sponsored by The Apopka Historical Society.
  2. ^ The Wekiwas and Wekivas of Orange County, Garner, Mary Kerns. 1983 December. Research sponsored by The Apopka Historical Society.