The Family Lines logo included the seven systems that were grouped under the name. The Seaboard System's roots trace back to the Seaboard Coast Line Industries, a holding company created in 1972 that combined the SCL's subsidiary railroads into one entity. Known as the Family Lines System, this entity adopted its own logo and colors, but each railroad under the Family Lines maintained its own identity.
LMH PATCH Badge SEABOARD SYSTEM Railroad SBD Railway L&N ACL SCL SAL Family Line
Seaboard Coast lines Industries, "Family Lines System". 1969-1983 A holding co. for SCL, L&N, Clinchfield R.R., Georgia R.R., West Ry. of Alabama, Atlanta &West Point railroads. Became Seaboard System Railroad (SBD) in 1983.
A Seaboard Coast Line Railroad diesel engine. SCL was created July 1, 1967, as a result of the merger of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad (SAL) with the Atlantic Coast Line (ACL). In 1982, the SCL became Seaboard System Railroad when merged with the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N). Prior, the SCL and the L&N had been under common ownership of a holding company, Seaboard Coast Line Industries (SCI), the company's subsidiaries being known as the Family Lines System. In 1986 CSX was…
Nashville, Yards, Trains, Garten, Train, House Gardens
Seaboard Coast Line ---- Merger of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and later the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and the Clinchfield in Railroad. Known as the Family Lines System. With the Chessi R., formed CSX in
High quality photograph of Louisville & Nashville EMD # L&N 6023 at Dolton, Illinois, USA.
L&N caboose reposes in the weeds at Opelika, AL on the West Point Route. L&N used the AWP-WofA to connect its AL lines into those above Atlanta. As the railroads combined into the Family Lines System, it became common for the cars to wind up on AWP-WofA