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Credits: I would have never spotted many of the trains that are on this web page and in my slide collection without the help of the members of SErails, a discussion group located at (now at I am moslty thinking about Larry Seale and Jim Ladurskey of Pensacola, on P&A subdivision and Mike Palmieri of New Orleans, and also members of the ACL-SAL historical society and Southern Railway Historical Association. Other credits are given in the sub-web pages.

References: a list of references is provided on the subpages. There are some very good books and articles out there about railroads that are very nicely priced considering the wealth of information they contained. Please support these publications.

Started 9/1/99
updated 11/07/03
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