1st TRAIN ON N. & S.C. R.R... HAMLET TO GEORGETOWN, ..1912

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1st TRAIN ON N. & S.C. R.R... HAMLET TO GEORGETOWN, ..1912

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Re: 1st TRAIN ON N. & S.C. R.R... HAMLET TO GEORGETOWN, ..19

Postby Jody Meacham » Fri August 9, 2013, 12:44 pm

One thing I learned from the second story is the Baltimore origins of W.R. Bonsal, who owned(s) the gravel pits served by the Seaboard (now CSX) on the Anson County side of the Pee Dee River.
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