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Date: 02/21/21 13:16
CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: regmacSC

The CSX Q409-18 with the trio of Pride in Service Units made their appearance in South Carolina this morning as they make their way back to Waycross.   The first shot is from the Ashley River Drawbridge south of Charleston, SC, with the next 2 from Yemassee, S.C.








Date: 02/21/21 14:43
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: lapklub

Nice shots Reggie.  I couldn't break away to get down there to go after these guys.  I'll get them next time, Haha!
Mike



Date: 02/21/21 14:50
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: ns1000

Very nice..!!  I like Pic 1!!



Date: 02/21/21 14:56
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: regmacSC

lapklub Wrote:
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> Nice shots Reggie.  I couldn't break away to get
> down there to go after these guys.  I'll get them
> next time, Haha!
> Mike

Lets hope its a next time sometime soon...lol



Date: 02/21/21 15:12
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: RayH

After seeing your shot at the river, I second guessed myself on my location selecton... 

And I could have been there to BS with you for a while...

Great shots Reggie. 

Looks like some pretty deep foam at Yemassee.



Date: 02/22/21 10:33
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: Trainhand

 liked the picture of it o the Ashley River Bridge. I went over that bridge a few thousand times, and have never seen it from the air like that. Also since the 1776 has steerable trucks, what was its previous number?

Thanks,

Sam



Date: 02/22/21 12:45
Re: CSX Pride in Service Units in South Carolina
Author: Appalachianrails

CSXT 3112

Trainhand Wrote:
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>  liked the picture of it o the Ashley River
> Bridge. I went over that bridge a few thousand
> times, and have never seen it from the air like
> that. Also since the 1776 has steerable trucks,
> what was its previous number?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Sam



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