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West Jersey and Seashore Railroad (WJ&S) was a Pennsylvania
Railroad subsidiary that became part of Pennsylvania-Reading
Seashore Lines in 1933.On May 4, 1896, the Pennsylvania Railroad
(PRR) consolidated all of it railroads and several smaller
properties in southern New Jersey into the West Jersey and Seashore
Railroad (WJ&S).This railroad was granted its charter by the
state of New Jersey on March 19, 1852.The line was built from
Camden to Atlantic City via Berlin. In late June 1854, it was
completed sans the drawbridge over the Thorofare outside of
Atlantic City; regular passenger service started on July 4. This
line is currently used for passenger service by PATCO and NJ
Transit's Atlantic City Line.The PRR gained control of the Camden
and Amboy Railroad (C&A) through its subsidiary West Jersey
Railroad on January 1, 1883.
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