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Hampton and Branchville Railroad Logo Shirt

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 Hampton and Branchville Railroad Logo Shirt

  • Printed on Front
  • 100% Cotton
  • Shirt Color - H&B Black

 

The Hampton and Branchville Railroad is a South Carolina railroad that has served the western part of the state since the 1920s.

The Hampton and Branchville Railroad is a successor of the Hampton and Branchville Railroad and Lumber Company, which was chartered by the South Carolina General Assembly in 1891.[1]

The Hampton and Branchville Railroad and Lumber Company changed its name to the Hampton and Branchville Railroad in 1924. The H&B gave up their steam operations in 1958. The Hampton and Branchville operates freight services from a CSX connection at Hampton to Canadys, South Carolina, about 40 miles away. However, the railroad's main customer, the Canadys Plant, received its last shipment of coal in December 2012, and the railroad has been mostly dormant since.

The line is owned by Palmetto Railways.