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Carolina Southern (Revised)

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The Carolina Southern was founded in 1994, operating two older CSX Branch lines North of Charlotte, NC, and one into Conway, South Carolina. The Carolina Southern Railroad operates about 95 miles of track, and they primarily moves the following commodities:
Lumber/Wood Products
Rolled Paper
Wallboard
Coal
Aggregates
Stone
Bricks & Masonry
Wheat, Grain
Processed Foods
Agricultural Chemicals & Materials
Fertilizer

The Carolina Southern currently has two locomotives, an EX Norfolk Southern High Hood SD40-2, and an EX Canadian National SD60. The rolling stock comes from CSX and NS.

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Looking forward to more :)
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Carolina Southern has purchased 3 more locomotives,

An EMD SD30, Which is a combination of an SD35 and a GP30. EX- Southern Railway RN # 802

An EMD GP59. EX Southern. RN # 7002

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An EMD SDP34. EMD Rebuild, Combination of SD45 AND SD35. EX Erie Lackawanna. RN # 6046.

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You wanna join the group?

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I like your idea a lot, thanks for posting it on here.
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@DT&I

Yes I would like to join the group.
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CarolinaSouthern wrote:@DT&I

Yes I would like to join the group.
I don't think you have any line conflicts, but you might wanna post a map to see if anyone has connections. :) .

Anyone currently in the group object?
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Carolina Southern has reached agreements with NS and CSX for trackage rights.

The NS Rights give Carolina Southern into Ashville, Burlington, and everything between.

The CSX Rights give Carolina Souhen to Abbeville, Florence, Bennttsville, and everything between.

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If there are no objections or line conflicts before tomorrow at 18:00 EDT, you're in.

I don't think there are any conflicts. Not much in that neck of the woods on this board. The HPR in the SE, then PC, AW, MNTC and maybe another? over there, but I think mostly north of the Carolinas.
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MQT3001 wrote:If there are no objections or line conflicts before tomorrow at 18:00 EDT, you're in.

I don't think there are any conflicts. Not much in that neck of the woods on this board. The HPR in the SE, then PC, AW, MNTC and maybe another? over there, but I think mostly north of the Carolinas.
HPR is only in Georgia and Alabama, so no confilicts from me.
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PC doesn't go east of Pittsburgh, PA nor south of Louisville, KY so definitely no conflicts with me.
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MNTC doesnt go south of Maryland, i see no problems.
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Carolina Southern has purchased one more locomotive, and the paint scheme on this one will be the official paint scheme of the Carolina Southern.

EMD SD41-2. Rebuilt SD40-2 on SD38AC Frame. RN # 4102

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The Carolina Southern has worked out two deals with CSX and NS. We now have lines that were CSX into Hartsville, SC, Laurens, SC, Spartanburg, SC, and Greenvile, SC.

With NS, we now ave lines into Statesville, NC, Salisbury, NC, Asheville, NC, and Lincolnton, NC.
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An SD40-2 has been purchased from the Union Pacific after siting in storage for 15 years. We tested it out, and it runs fine. The cab is clean, everything works properly, and since we are low of funds now, we will not be repainting it for a while.

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Do you want some of our older diesels? Most of them run.
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Depends. What do you have?

The Carolina Southern now owns track into Greensboro, NC, Boone, NC, and Raleigh, NC, which was NS.

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Some GEs, ALCos, Baldwins, EMD/GMD. Big and medium sized power. Ill only list the running power.

GE:
U23B
U36B
U30C
U33C
B30-7
C36-7

ALCo:
C420
C425
C630

Baldwin:
AS-16
RS-12
DRS-4-4-1500

EMD:
GP7
GP9
GP30
GP40-2
SD38
SD40-2
Sd45-2
SD50
SD60I

GMD:
GMD-1
GP9u
SD40-2
GP40W
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We need:
EMD:
3 GP7
2 GP9
3 GP30
4 GP40-2

GE:
3 U23B
2 U36B

ALCO:
4 C420
4 C425
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CarolinaSouthern wrote:We need:
4 C425
But MQT wants the C425s!!! :twisted:
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