Jacksonville Terminal time card number 2.

Jacksonville Terminal time card number 2.


Image Number

  • PR09378

Year

  • 1936

Series Title

General Note

  • Seaboard Air Line Railway; by order of Circuit Ct. of Richmond, 4-10-1900 name of Richmond, Petersburg, and Carolina changed to Seaboard Air Line Railway; in 1901 Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Company (chartered 1839) merged into Seaboard Air Line Railway; in 1915 Seaboard Air Line Railway merged with Carolina, Atlantic, and Western Railway to form Seaboard Air Line Railway Company).
  • Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad became part of Seaboard Air Line Railway in early 1900s.
  • The Key West Extension was a length of railroad built and owned by the Florida East Coast Railway, stretching from Homestead to Key West. The Florida East Coast Railway was formed in 1895 from as many as twenty Florida railway lines and companies bought by land developer Henry Flagler (1830-1913) between 1885 and 1895. The track was badly damaged by the Labor Day hurricane of 1935. The railroad was subsequently abandoned, but the bridges and viaducts were later used in the foundation of Florida's Overseas Highway.
  • Construction on the extension began around April 1905. The first official train arrived in Key West on January 22, 1912, a year ahead of schedule.
  • In 1902, the Florida East Coast Railway began surveying areas for the construction of an extension of the railway to Key West. The construction of an extension of the railway to Key West. The engineers decided that it would be impossible to build a railroad through the Everglades, so they decided upon a route across the entire length of the Keys.
  • Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Railroad controlled by Atlantic Coast Line.
  • Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; ACL; in 1900 merged with Norfolk and Carolina to become Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; expanded in 20th c. to become large system of railroads; known as the Standard Railroad of the South; carried the majority of Fla. bound passengers; known for its purple diesels; in 1967 merged with Seaboard Air Line to form Seaboard Coast Line Railroad.
  • Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company (in 1900 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company of Virginia consolidated with Norfolk and Carolina Railroad Company and others to form Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Brunswick and Western Railroad Company assumed by Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in 1902).
  • Note the timetable was effective February 16, 1936 and shows all passenger trains entering and leaving that station, one of the busiest in the country.
  • Southern Railway existed as a company since 1894. On June 1, 1982, Southern Railway combined with Norfolk and Western Railway under the banner of Norfolk Southern Corporation.
  • Holston River Railway Company sold to Virginia and Southwestern Railway Company and immediately transferred to Southern Railway Company Knoxville and Ohio Railroad company (1894), Lawrenceville Branch Railroad Company (1894), Louisville Southern Railroad Company (1898).
  • Southern Railway Company also controlled the following companys: Piedmont Railroad Company (1894), Richmond and Mecklenburg Railroad Company (1894-18980, leased to Southern Railway Company (1898), Roswell Railroad Company (1894), Sievern and Knoxville Railroad Company (1899), Southern Belt Railway Company, Spartanburg, Union and Columbia Railroad Company (1895), Statesville and Western Railroad Company (1894), Sumter and Wateree River Railroad Company (1899), Tennessee and Ohio Railway Company (1894), Villa Rica Branch Railway Company (1902), Virginia Midland Railway Company (1894-1898), Washington, Ohio, and Western Railroad Company (1894), Western North Carolina Railroad Company (1894).
  • Richmond and Danville Railroad Company; chartered 1847; sold in June 1894 and new company Southern Railway Company formed.
  • Transferred to Southern Railway Company, Georgia Pacific Railway Company (1894), the Lawrenceville Branch.
  • Southern Railway Company also controlled the following companys: East St. Louis, Madison and Granite City Railroad Company, East Tennesse, Virginia and Georgia Railway Company (1896), Elberton Air Line Railroad Company (1894). Ensley Southern Railway Company, Georgia Pacific Railway Company (1894), Louisville Southern Railroad Compamny (1894), Memphis and Charleston.
  • Southern Railway Company also controlled the following companys: Milton and Sutherlin Narrow-Gauge Railroad Company (1894), Nashville and Mississippi Delta Railroad Company (1902), North and South Carolina Railroad Company (1899), North Carolina Railroad Company (1894), North Eastern Railroad Company (1899), Northern Alabama Railroad Company (1899).
  • The following companys were controlled by Southern Railway Company: Alabama Great Southern Railroad Company (1895), Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad Company (1895), Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line Railway Company (1895), Atlanta Compress Company, Augusta Southern Railroad Company (1897), South Carolina and Georgia Railroad Company (1899), Richmond, York River, and Chesapeake Railroad Company (1894), Charlotte, Columbia, and Augusta Railroad Company (1894), Clarksville and North Carolina Railroad Company (1894), Columbia and Greenville Railroad Company (1894).

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  • 1 photonegative - b&w - 4 x 5 in.

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Jacksonville Terminal time card number 2. 1936. Black & white photonegative, 4 x 5 in. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/7841>, accessed 18 July 2019.

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Jacksonville Terminal time card number 2. 1936. Black & white photonegative. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 18 Jul. 2019.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/7841>.

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