M & B Railroad Marker (Reverse), Blountstown, Fl.
The marker reads as : ( Side 2) Continued from other side
" millions of board feet of long-leaf pine lumber were shipped from local sawmills. The M&B also carried mail, manufactured goods and building products. During its operation, the 29-mile-long line was Florida's shortest railroad. Until 1938 it ran 16 miles farther south to Scotts Ferry. Steam locomotive #444 was in operation when the M&B's first diesel engine arrived in 1947 and rests today on the exact location of the M&B roadbed."
Sponsors: Rep. Robert Trammell in Cooperation with the Florida Department of State
Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; M& B Railroad Marker; Marianna and Blountstown Railroad; Passenger service; Mail; Manufactured goods; Agricultural products; Calhoun County (Fl.); Blountstown(Fl.); Historical marker --- Florida --- Blountstown.