Georgia, Ashburn, Sylvester and Camilla Railway
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The Georgia, Ashburn, Sylvester and Camilla Railway was founded in 1922 and operated a former line of the failed Gulf Line Railway from Ashburn, GA to Camilla, GA. The GAS&C was a subsidiary of the Georgia Northern Railway which was purchased by the Southern Railway in 1966 and operated as a subsidiary. The GAS&C was fully merged into the GN in 1972. A member of the Pidcock Kingdom group of railroads, this shortline was known informally, by locals, and wags in SOWEGA, as the GAS Line.
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