A “favorable military position” on the Altamaha: Lake Bluff Battery

As with any railroad in the Confederacy, the Savannah, Albany & Gulf Railroad (SA&G RR) was a valuable asset.  The line ran south from Savannah then made a wide arch to the west.  When first chartered in 1847, the company intended to connect with Albany, Georgia.  Spur lines could bring in commerce from across southernContinue reading “A “favorable military position” on the Altamaha: Lake Bluff Battery”