April 11, 2009

One Rail Region: A United South

Something to remember:

"Tennesseans considered railroads as early as 1827, when a rail
connection between the
Hiawassee and Coosa River was proposed."

"By 1860 Tennessee had completed 1,197 miles of track, which represented
about 13 percent of the South's total of 9,167 miles."

Nashville is still connected to the rest of the South (and North) by rail.
You'll just need to hop a freighter to get anywhere.

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