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The line was started in 1854.
By 1861, the 32-mile line was carrying 8,500 passengers a day.
The railroad apparently went out of business sometime after the Civil War.
- Confederate Railroads - Laurens
- Origins of Southern Radicalism: The South Carolina Upcountry, 1800-1860, Lacy K. Ford, page 241
- The Railroads of the Confederacy, Robert C. Black, 1998, page 136
- Laurens County, S.C., Delegates to the 1860 Secession Convention
- Blue Notes, Laurensville Female College, May 2010
- South Carolina Railroads/ Laurens Railroad
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