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I am looking for photos and any other pertainet information of the South Wind, particulary of ACL or PRR passenger cars, their types etc
-- john zwemer (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 02, 1999
Provided that I've deciphered my handwriting correctly, this was "The South Wind" from Jacksonville, Sunday, July 26, 1964-- Waycross Division No. 6 - Engs 546-536-574 ACL CAMELLIA (Slpr)/- ACL SURF BIRD (slpr)-/-ACL GARDENIA (slpr)-/- PRR LOYALHANNA RAPIDS (Slpr) -/- PRR 4596 (Diner) -/- PRR 4597 (Kitchen-dormitory)-/- ACL 1076 (coach) -/- ACL 203 (coach)-/- ACL 200 (coach) -/- L&N 3257 (coach) -/- ACL 204 (coach)-/- PRR 1126 (Buffet-Obsevation). Departed Jax = 6:40 p.m. (on time)
-- Harry Bundy (Y6B@aol.com), December 19, 2002.
I recently purchased Larry Goolsby's book; it is an excellent resource for information and photos about the South Wind which passed through my hometown of Bainbridge, Georgia. Other resources are a recent edition of Lines South that covered the Savannah operations and a video from Green Frog Productions (Volume 3: Passenger Trains of the '60's - Trains of Birmingham). SCL and ACL timetables also contain consist information.
-- Jimmy Loyless (email@example.com), October 09, 1999.
My new book, Atlantic Coast Line Passenger Service - The Postwar Years, has some information on the South Wind, including several photos, general information on the train's operation over the ACL, an actual consist, etc. The book is $25 plus $3 s/h from the Society, P. O. Box 325, Valrico, FL 33595-0325.
-- Larry Goolsby (LGoolsby@aphsa.org), September 03, 1999.