Apalachicola Northern Railroad
The Apalachicola Northern Railroad was a 96 mile line that ran through the Panhandle of Florida from Port Saint Joe, north of Apalachicola to Chattahoochee, where it picked up the main CSX line. It was founded in 1903 by St. Joe Company and ceased operating in 2002. It served the St. Joe Paper Mill in the Town of St. Joe up until 1996 when the mill was sold and dismantled and redevelopment. The rails are still laying on a bed of gravel, but the locomotives and trains cars are long gone.