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Riceboro Southern Railway

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Riceboro Southern Railway

Riceboro Southern Railway
Reporting mark RSOR
Locale Georgia
Dates of operation 2004–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge

The Riceboro Southern Railway (Atlantic Coast Line Railroad's Savannah-Jacksonville route, and Riceboro. It does not have any of its own locomotives - it uses Georgia Central power.


The Riceboro Southern is owned and operated by its parent, the Rail Link, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc.


The sole purpose of the shortline is serving the Interstate Paper Company and SNF Chemtall, a chemical manufacturer, both located in Riceboro, and taking the freight cars to Savannah, where they interchange with CSXT.

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