Was talking with a friend from Florence S.C. about the old engine they had just south of the station, anyone here know what happened to it?
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I'm not sure what he is saying here.
@Rob Leese posted:
My best guess:
Florence, SC and a little 0-4-0 that switched a cement plant. I have had too many of my posts deleted, so no photos.
So Rob...if you took the pictures of this loco, then post them and say you took them. They won't be subject to copyright. If you have photos and you didn't take them, then post a link to where they are that way folks can see them.
No it was at Flo. S.C. I think it was a 4-6-2 , but when SCL became Amtrak, the eng vanished? Wondering if SCL took it, or Amtrak cut it up? Please don't loose sleep over this, I was just wondering where it went.
No it was at Flo. S.C.
What is "Flo.S.C."? Would that be Florence, South Carolina?
I think it was a 4-6-2 , but when SCL became Amtrak, the eng vanished?
What do you mean "when SCL became Amtrak"?
Wondering if SCL took it,
Why would they?
or Amtrak cut it up?
Why would Amtrak even care?
Please don't loose sleep over this, I was just wondering where it went.
Just my opinion but, I believe you need to provide a LOT more information.
#1; Florence, S. C. #2; didn't Amtrak take over pass service for the major railroads? #3; That was ACL/Southern area, so I was guessing one of the two roads owned it? #4; well it went SOMEWHERE, is all I'm saying and I kinda was wondering what happened to it is all.