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While passing through Denmark, SC this week, I noticed tracks running off of the old SAL main to the S.W. In an attempt to follow these tracks,I passed a lumber mill perhaps a mile out of town. At the mill grade crossing,I could see the tracks running a couple of miles with a siding to the left containing some type of log cars. One of my older maps shows this to be SCL trackage from Sumter to Barnwell-then joining the SCL (Agusta to Yemassee via Fairfax) in the Savannah River Plant. How much of this track is still in use/or in place ? Many thanks for any info. See you in Jax ! Bob
-- Bob Lockhart (email@example.com), February 27, 2002
Bob, the trackage you mentioned was the extension of the line of road of the Wilmington, Manchester and Augusta which connected with the Charleston & western Carolina at Robbins, S.C. It was scrapped shortly after C.S.X became a reality.
-- Steve Kamp (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 04, 2002.