Savannah, Georgia, Seaboard Air Line Docks, c1900

By 1900, the Seaboard Air Line Railway was a 2,600-mile rail network that stretched from Florida up to Virginia. The rail company had docks at ports along the way, where trains would connect with oceangoing vessels. In Savannah, Seaboard and four other railroads had service into the terminal of the Ocean Steamship Company, which was designed to bring passengers and freight from Savannah to New York and Boston.


Savannah, Georgia, Seaboard Air Line Docks, c1900

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