Was there a Millers Station on the ACLR?

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Hello all, I'm curious to know whether there was a station called Millers Station on the ACLR line? And if so, where it's located. It would be in Chatham County - Savannah, GA.

Thanks in advance for your help.

-- August Martin (martinspirit@mindspring.com), June 07, 2001


This from 1935 ACL station list: Savannah(mp.510), North Tower, Southover, South Tower, MILLERS, Burroughs(mp.521). Millers(no "station") is listed as non-agency. Since Millers never shows up in passenger timetables, 1868-1968, there may not have been a building there, or perhaps just a freight shed and siding. Looking at the DeLorme Georgia atlas, it would appear that because of the Little Ogeechee River that Millers may have been at, or near, the Ga.Hwy.204 crossing.

-- Tom Underwood (tlunder@attglobal.net), June 07, 2001.

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