This short line connected Raymond, Mississippi to the Southern Railroad of Mississippi. It was developed several years before 1840 and appears to have gone out of business in 1858 and had been abandoned before the start of the War. It had one locomotive, bought in about 1854. The rail had probably been removed by the time of the Battle of Raymond, just before the siege of Vicksburg, since it is not mentioned in any report and does not show up on any map of the battlefield.
Black's Number 90 (map)
Track 7 miles of 5 foot gauge of strap rail of unknown weight
Locomotives Unknown
Cars Unknown
Stations 2
Officers President
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