Georgia Central Railway

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Georgia Central Railway
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Georgia Central U23Bs lead a freight train through Garden City, Georgia in 2010.
Reporting mark GC
Locale Georgia

The Georgia Central Railway (reporting mark GC) operates about 174 miles (280 km) of former Seaboard Coast Line track from Macon, Georgia through Dublin, Georgia and Vidalia, Georgia to Savannah, Georgia. It also operates about 20 miles (32 km) of trackage between Savannah and Riceboro, Georgia, switching Interstate Paper LLC. It connects with CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. The Georgia Central Railway is owned by Rail Link, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc.


The Georgia Central operates a roster of GE U23B, GE U30B, EMD GP9, EMD GP18, and EMD SW9 locomotives.[1]

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  1. ^ [1] The Diesel Shop; Georgia Central Railway

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