Trekking across Chester and Fairfield Counties – Catawba Country

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    1. I wish that I had continued on down Republic Street. I stopped to explore the town, then headed north. That’s another reason I want to head back. As for the railroad, according to Abandoned Rails it was a spur of the Seaboard line. . That makes sense. The two streets connected by the pedestrian walkway, are named Seaboard. The Abandoned Rails site shows the route going right where I had taken the photographs.

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