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Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway

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The Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway was a common carrier incorporated on January 24, 1894. The railway built from a connection with the Southern Pacific Railroad at Bowie, Arizona, and continued northwest for 125.75 miles to its terminus at the mining town of Globe, Arizona. The railroad also had a 10-mile branch that extended from Globe to Miami, Arizona.
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