List of Louisville and Nashville Railroad precursors

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These railroads were bought, leased, or in other ways had their track come under ownership or lease by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad.

In 1902, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad gained a majority of stock in the L&N, but it continued to operate as a separate company until its merger in 1982 into the Seaboard System Railroad.

The Georgia Railroad and the West Point Route were partly owned by the L&N.

Alabama and Florida Railroad[edit]

Alabama and Florida Railroad of Florida[edit]

Alabama Mineral Railroad[edit]

Altamont and Manchester Railroad[edit]

Athens and Tellico Railway[edit]

Atlanta, Knoxville and Northern Railway[edit]

Bardstown and Louisville Railroad[edit]

Bay Minette and Fort Morgan Railroad[edit]

Birmingham Mineral Railroad[edit]

Birmingham and Tuscaloosa Railroad[edit]

Birmingham, Selma and New Orleans Railway[edit]

Black Mountain Railroad[edit]

Central Railroad[edit]

Central Transfer Railroad and Storage Company[edit]

Clarksville and Princeton Railroad[edit]

Clarksville Mineral Railroad[edit]

Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington Railway[1][edit]

  • Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington
    • Lexington and Frankfort Railroad 1869
      • Lexington and Ohio Railroad 1849
    • Louisville and Frankfort Railroad 1869

Louisville, Harrods Creek and Westport Railroad[edit]

Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railway[edit]

Louisville and Nashville Terminal Company[edit]

Mammoth Cave Railroad[edit]

Mobile and Montgomery Railway[edit]

Monon Railroad[edit]

Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway[edit]

Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway[2]

Paducah, Tennessee and Alabama Railroad[edit]

Pensacola Railroad[edit]

Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad[edit]

Pensacola and Louisville Railroad[edit]

Pensacola and Selma Railroad[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RAILROADS IN NORTH AMERICA; Some Historical Facts and An Introduction to an Electronic Database of North American Railroads and Their Evolution by M. C. Hallberg (April 24, 2006) [1]
  2. ^ DeBow, James Dunwoody Brownson (1900). "List of Branches in Order of Their Acquisition". Legal history of the Entire System of Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry. and Possessions. Nashville, Tennessee: Press of Marshall & Bruce Co. p. vii. 

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