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Re: Georgia Central

Postby ashley2771 » Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:51 pm

To my knowledge it was U23B 3965 that went to the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum in Oak Ridge, TN: https://www.flickr.com/photos/130583782@N05/24515315409
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Re: Georgia Central

Postby thebigham » Wed Apr 13, 2016 4:21 pm

Jeff Smith wrote:http://urhs.org/blog/help-restore-u34ch-3372/

Not sure if that's the U-Boat that went to a museum or not. URHS is a fantastic operation.


No, it's not. That's been in NJ for years and years.
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Re: Georgia Central

Postby Jeff Smith » Tue Aug 23, 2016 1:21 pm

The GC is getting some more business from Kia via Cordele: JOC.com

Kia deal hints at greater potential for inland port network feeding Savannah
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According to the terms of the agreement announced earlier this month, Kia auto parts that have always moved through the port of Savannah will now reach the Kia plant by first travelling via short line rail — via the Heart of Georgia Railroad and Georgia Central Railroad — to the Cordele Inland Terminal. Those parts will then move via motor carrier to Kia’s plant in West Point, Georgia, some two hours away.
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Next stop, Willoughby
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