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Atlantic & Yadkin Railway

History &


Operations on the A&Y: 1899 Rule Book

This page has a link to the A&Y Rule Book dated 1899 (first year of existence of the A&Y). This Rule Book may have been a product of the Atlantic Coast Line who converted the CF&YV to the Atlantic & Yadkin so the organization would have a new charter and could be divided. Note the Office of the General Manager is in Wilmington, not Greensboro.

I cannot recall where I obtained the file with a scan of the book, so please let me know and I'll give you proper credit!

NOTE: I have reduced the image quality to make this PDF smaller for the web, but it is still 12MB in size. So be patient.

Click on the image to open a PDF in a new window (you'll need the free Acrobat PDF file reader from Adobe to view it).


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This page  last edited Tuesday, October 08, 2019