locked Central of Georgia freight routing
Yesterday at the SRHA archives, I scanned a file that included a letter from Mr. W.E. Dillard, President of the Central of Georgia Railroad to Mr. D.W. Brosnan, President of the Southern dated August 28, 1963, two months after the Southern took over the CofG, a difficult time for the Central. Mr. Dillard sent the note with an attachment describing the CG Marketing people had worked with their customers to include or change the routing of 670 cars.
While the “my sincere” note from “DWB”, appears unusually soft compared to other correspondence, the attachment is interesting because of its detail showing both inbound and outbound customers, what they shipped, origins and destinations and their routes.
The Google Drive link to the letter and attachments is:
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