What is the dividing line between SAL's North and South Florida divisions?Good afternoongreenspun.com : LUSENET : ACL and SAL Railroads Historical Society : One Thread
Good afternoon: Where was the dividing line between SAL's North and South Florida divisions? I have inferred from other sources that Miami was part of the North Florida division and the town of Gainesville,which is geographically in north Florida, was part of the South Florida division. Also how can I get a list of SAL's various subdivisions? What subdivision was Gainesville, Florida located in? Thank you in advance for your help!
-- Richard Stallworth (ThisIsR@aol.com), May 17, 2000
You are right!. The 10-30-66 timetable has a map that shows both divisions. Everything west of Jax to Chattahoochee is in the N. Fla. Division including the line from St. Marks to Bainbridge GA. The line from Baldwin to Miami and Homestead is in the N. Fla. division as is the line from Starke to Bell and Wildwood to Lake Charm. Everything else is in the South Fla. Division. The lines north of Baldwin and Jax are not listed in either division. Hope this helps.
-- Jim Coviello (email@example.com), May 17, 2000.