Retrospect: The Birmingham & Southeastern Railroad

Charging into Alabama history, then quietly fading out.

Engine No. 200 ran the tracks of the Birmingham & Southeastern Railroad from 1926 until 1953. Photo courtesy of the Alabama Department of Archives & History For a time during the early twentieth century there existed amidst the gently rolling green hills and farmland of Macon, Bullock and Elmore counties a…

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