Atlantic Coast Lines Metal Sign

(circa: 1960's)

This sign was found on ACL railroad structures such as stations or freight depots.  It is in excellent shape with the only minor damage located around the mounting holes.  It is painted on metal and is 22" in diameter.  There are eleven mounting holes around the outer edge and there are some minor scratches around some of the mounting holes.  This is not a reproduction but original from the railroad.

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (ACL) existed between 1900 and 1967.  In 1967, it merged with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, a long-time rival, to form the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. The ACL network then became part of the CSX Transportation network in the mid 80's The Atlantic Coast Line serviced the Southeast, with the majority of its lines located in Florida.

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$199.00 USD SOLD (Dec. 2/12)

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