Scranton & Pascagoula Railroad

Standard Gauge

Headquarters: Pascagoula, MS (Jackson County)

Years of Operation: 1898-1900

Predecessor road: Moss Point & Pascagoula 

Successor road: none 

Miles Operated: 2

Locomotives Owned




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History by Tony Howe:

The Moss Point & Pascagoula Railroad sold the south 2 miles of its railroad extending from a connection with the L&N east of the L&N depot southward to the beach at Pascagoula along what is now Market Street to Joseph Wells in 1898, who operated it as the Scranton & Pascagoula Railroad for 2 years before it was abandoned in 1900. It was locally referred to as the "Pascagoula Dummy." 





















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