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Chattahoochee & Gulf/Chattahoochee Bay [ edit ]
These two railroads are essentially the same, the only thing that changed was the name, therefore I have combined the history of both into one article. There are also two infoboxes for distinction. --
FrankieG123 ( talk) 23:58, 23 September 2010 (UTC)