Pauls Valley to Lindsay

The Lindsay District

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Remnant of the Lindsay Branch still in place, as seen from Amtrak's Heartland Flyer. This branch line served small farm towns, and it closely paralleled OK Route 19 for much of its length. There are a few sections where the former right-of-way can be seen next to the highway, but in most areas the adjacent farms expanded over the right-of-way and erased all traces. Photo by Mike Palmer, April 2011.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
Docket Number: AB 52 Sub 32 Date: 12/31/1984 Section: 10903
Application for abandonment of a line of railroad known as the Lindsay District of the Northern Division, extending from M.P. 2+3640 feet near Lindsay Junction (Pauls Valley) to the end of the line at M.P. 23+4943 feet at Lindsay, a distance of 21.25 miles, all in Garvin County, Oklahoma.
Length: 21.25 miles Citation:  

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