Roswell Railroad

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Roswell Railroad
Locale Roswell, Georgia
Dates of operation September 1, 1881 – 1921
Track gauge narrow gauge
Headquarters

The Roswell Railroad was a narrow-gauge railroad that ran from south of Roswell, Georgia to Chamblee from 1881 until 1921. The railroad served as passenger and freight train.

The Roswell terminus was located south of the Chattahoochee River near Roberts Drive and connected to the Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway at its Chamblee terminus.

Ike Roberts served as the railroad's only engineer. Roberts Road in the Dunwoody community is named for Roberts.

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