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Old 10-18-2013, 01:43 AM   #2
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So the next day I went back up and caught the same power heading to Richburg.

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Figuring I had got some good shots of the LC 2273, I went off in search of the second train. I found it in Lancaster, but got my first shot of it in Fort Lawn.

LC GP38-2 3821
LC GP38-3 2268
LC GP38AC 2829
LC SW1200 94
LC SW900 90

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The end cabs were not online and I wondered if they might be taking them to Richburg to leave them over the weekend, but they passed Richburg without stopping. I went to Knox Farms in hopes of some good shots. For some reason, I have had some trouble in the past getting good, in focus shots here. In hindsight, I believe I uploaded the wrong version to RP.

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The train went to the wye in East Chester where they interchanged with the other crew, then went onto the wye to pick up their new train to take back to Kershaw. But first, they put the end cabs online.

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They left back toward Lancaster.


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They stopped in Richburg this time to pick up more cars.

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