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Dalton-Alaculsey Railroad, 1902
May 5, 1902
FAST WORK ON THE NEW ROAD.
Dalton and Alaculsey Railway
Is Going Forward Rapidly.
Dalton, Ga. May 4. (Special) Work on the Dalton and Alaculsey railway is progressing rapidly. Captain J. W. Beard, who is superintending the construction, has a large force of hands at work grading the road and getting out cross ties along the line of road.
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