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January 16, 2013 10:57 AM

Two sides see differently on what should happen to Myrtle Beach area railroad

The owner of Conway-based Carolina Southern Railroad said he should be included in a two-state discussion about how to get the short line up and running, but the chairman of the committee said its members aren’t inclined to do so.

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