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|AN Railway LLC
Rail Management Corporation (RMC)
acquired the AN Railroad, L.L.C. from St. Joe Company on September 1,
2002. The office and shop facilities are located in Port St.
Joe, FL. The railroad runs 96 miles between a connection with
CSXT at Chatahoochee and Port St. Joe, FL. The railroad serves
three chemical companies, one scrap metal shipper, three forest
products companies and one barge/rail transload facility.
This railroad was formerly the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad, a proud old railroad chartered by the state of Florida on
April 7, 1903. Construction actually began on March 21, 1905 and
trains began running between Chattahoochee and Apalachicola in 1907.
The northern 30 miles was relatively easy track construction over soil
with good stability and drainage, thereafter the terrain was mostly
swampland and today a total of 17,350 feet of bridges and trestles
In 1933, Edward Ball purchased for
DuPont 240,000 acres of timber, a sawmill, the entire town of Port St.
Joe and five local companies among them the Apalachicola Northern and
its subsidiary, St. Joe Telephone & Telegraph Company. DuPont
built the St. Joe Paper Mill in 1937 and the paper mill was the
railroad's largest shipper until it closed in 1999.
AN Railway, L.L.C.
190 Railroad Shop Road
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
P.O. Box 250
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Office, Port St. Joe, FL
Yard, Port St. Joe, FL
CSX - Chattahoochee, FL
Garland Horton, VP - Sales & Marketing
Ed Clark, VP-Operations
Maintenance of Way:
Doug Davis, VP and Chief Engineer
RMC: Short Line
Port St. Joe, FL
ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILWAY, L.P.
BAY LINE RAILROAD, L.L.C.
Panama City, FL
COPPER BASIN RAILWAY, INC.
EAST TENNESSEE RAILWAY, L.P.
Johnson City, TN
GALVESTON RAILROAD, L.P.
GEORGIA CENTRAL RAILWAY, L.P.
KWT RAILWAY, INC.
LITTLE ROCK & WESTERN RAILWAY, L.P.
& B RAILROAD, L.L.C.