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Crossing of the Valrico and Bone Valley Subdivisions in Mulberry. Diamond is located in the median of State Road 37.
Crossing of the Valrico and Bone Valley Subdivisions in Mulberry. Diamond is located in the median of State Road 37.
Valrico Subdivision's junction with the Achan Subdivision in Mulberry, Florida
Valrico Subdivision's junction with the Achan Subdivision in Mulberry, Florida
CSX train passing the historic Fort Meade Depot (milepost AX 875.13) on the Valrico Subdivision.
CSX train passing the historic Fort Meade Depot (milepost AX 875.13) on the Valrico Subdivision.
Seaboard Air Line passenger depot in Mulberry. The depot is now the Mulberry Phosphate Museum.
Seaboard Air Line passenger depot in Mulberry. The depot is now the Mulberry Phosphate Museum.
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Postcard illustrating the allure of streamliner travel to Florida, along with the "citrus" paint scheme used on SAL's EMD diesel locomotives from 1939
Postcard illustrating the allure of streamliner travel to Florida, along with the "citrus" paint scheme used on SAL's EMD diesel locomotives from 1939 to 1954.
"Straight as a plumb line": Seaboard Air Line Railway advertisement illustrating the "quickest train service via the shortest route" to Florida, 1902.
"Straight as a plumb line": Seaboard Air Line Railway advertisement illustrating the "quickest train service via the shortest route" to Florida, 1902.
Seaboard depot and hotel, about 1915, at the important junction of Hamlet, North Carolina, where two main SAL routes crossed.
Seaboard depot and hotel, about 1915, at the important junction of Hamlet, North Carolina, where two main SAL routes crossed.
Two early logos used in advertising by the Seaboard, from about 1900 and 1916, respectively. These foreshadow the design of the famous "Through the he
Two early logos used in advertising by the Seaboard, from about 1900 and 1916, respectively. These foreshadow the design of the famous "Through the heart of the South" logo, displayed at the top of this article.