Greenville & Columbia

This road was chartered in 1845, construction began in 1849 and was completed in 1854. It was a main feeder into Columbia from the South Carolina Piedmont.
Black's Number 30 (map)
Track 169 miles of 5 foot gauge of unknown weight, both T- & Flange rail
Locomotives 24; 24 names
Cars 187
Stations 31
Officers Most
Tredegar Purchases All
Annual Reports
1-1-64 President
1-1-64 Superintendent
1-1-66 President
1-1-66 Superintendent
Significant Documents
NP, SC 5-1-61
LVA, TRED 9-30-61
LVA, TRED 10-18C-61
NP, SC 12-5A-61
NP, RD 2-8-62
LVA, RR 9-14-62
NP, SC 11-12-62
NP, SC 12-11-62
NP, ASCY 11-18-62
NP, SC 2-1F-63
NP, SC 2-12-63
NP, SC 4-19A-63
NP, SC 4-19B-63
NP, YE 4-29A-63
NA, G&C 9-23-63
NP, SC 1-26B-64
NP, SC 3-2-64
NP, SC 3-9B-64
NA, QM 4-1D-64
NA, QM 4-2A-64
NP, SC 4-30-64
SC, QM 5-13-64
NP, SC 6-17-64
NA, G&C 6-18-64
NP, SC 6-29B-64
NA, G&C 7-18-64
NP, SC 8-12-64
NP, SC 11-25-64
OR Series 1, Vol. 47, Part 2, Page 1092
OR Series 1, Vol. 47, Part 2, Page 1108
NP, AC 2-7A-65
OR Series 1, Vol. 47, Part 1, Page 1080
OR Series 1, Vol. 47, Part 2, Page 1222
NA, AG 3-11-65
NA, RR 3-21-65
NP, AC 3-21-65
NP, CP 3-23A-65
SC, QM 4-9-65

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