✅ SOLVED Help with railroad ID nicest bale seal ever

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Hey everyone new permission late 1700’s home .Best looking bake seal I’ve ever dug. Not sure but looks like R&D R.R. . Can anyone ID the railroad? Maybe a time frame year? greatly appreciated this will be going back to the family . Thanks again
 

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Carolinabusguy

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Mar 5, 2020
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North Carolina
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Minelab Equinox 800, Garrett AT Pro
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Hey everyone new permission late 1700’s home .Best looking bake seal I’ve ever dug. Not sure but looks like R&D R.R. . Can anyone ID the railroad? Maybe a time frame year? greatly appreciated this will be going back to the family . Thanks again
Think I may have this one figured out?
RICHMOND & DANVILLE railroad 1847-1893 than became Southern Railroad in 1894
This seems logical as I have found a number of southern railroad items in the local area
 
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