South Carolina Railroads - Conway, Coast & Western Railroad


Year Chartered or Incorporated

Year Line Operational

Year Service Ended

Original Starting Point

Original Ending Point





Aynor, SC

Myrtle Beach, SC
* 1910 - Acquired by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. This was made official via Secretary of State amendment to the charter authorizing said merger on February 10, 1912.
Was the Conway Seashore Railroad.
According to an issue of the Myrtle Leaf in January 1930, a weekend Pullman from New York was in operation, leaving New York every Saturday morning at 2:10 and arriving in Myrtle Beach about 7:30 Sunday morning.
According to Page 210 of the 32nd Annual Report of the South Carolina Railroad Commission, dated January 1, 1911, the Conway, Coast & Western Railroad was already considered to be part of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad as of June 30, 1910.
1984 acquired from CSX Transportation, Inc. by the Horry County Railroad.

Towns on Route:

Aynor (1908)

Cool Spring

Horry (1914)



Myrtle Beach

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