Dates of Operation: 1900-1967 (67 years)
Seaboard Air Line was dated back to the late 1800's when its first name was Seaboard & Roanoke. It would eventually be the successor to many other railroads, some of which included the Georgia & Alabama railway, Florida Central & Peninsular railroad, and the Georgia, Carolina, & Northern railroad. Being that many other short-lines had been consumed by Seaboard, in 1900, it was completely organized under one name: Seaboard Air Line. Seaboard often paralleled the Atlantic Coast Line, and was a fierce competitor because of this, the two merged in 1967 as Seaboard Coast Line.
Seaboard Air Line Roster-
More info on the SAL-
Photos of the SAL- (All pictures from railpictures.net and I do not take ownership for any.)
*All drawings belong to Andy Fletcher and I do not take ownership of any.*