The Georgia, Carolina & Northern Railway was founded in 1886 to build a line between Atlanta, Georgia, and Monroe, North Carolina. Construction on the line started in 1887 in North Carolina, and by 1892 the railroad had nearly completed its plan. However, a court injunction halted its progress into Atlanta, and the Georgia, Carolina & Northern developed the Seaboard Air Line Belt Railroad, running eight miles from Belt Junction, Georgia, to the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, which it used to reach Atlanta. In 1898, Georgia, Carolina & Northern acquired the Loganville & Lawrenceville Railroad. Three years later, in 1901, the Georgia, Carolina & Northern merged into the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
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