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Excerpt from Florence, Lauderdale County and North Alabama
Florence is on the north bank of the Tennessee River, nearly oppo site Tuscumbia on the south. Passengers from the east or west must change cars here for Florence. The Louisville and Nashville will be running trains by June 15, 1888, then °no change will be necessary from St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati or Nashville.
The Sheffield and Birmingham will also be running trains from the south before the above date, so that direct communication can be had with all points south.
The Florence and Milan road is surveyed and will connect with the Mobile and Ohio and the Illinois Central on the northwest.
The Florence and Montgomery is also surveyed and will give a direct route to Montgomery and all points south and southeast.
These two roads will soon be built and then give Florence, what has been most needed, ample railroad facilities.
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bound: 42 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 2, 2017)
isbn: 1332089186, 978-1332089185,
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