Family Lines engines 4976 and 4765 at the railroad station in Mullins, SC in 1986

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Family Lines engines 4976 and 4765 approaching the railroad station in Mullins, SC in 1986.

Engines 4976 and 4765 roll east near Mullins, SC. This is actually a going away shot. The train was coming right out of the late afternoon sun. But with two lite engines a going away shot looks just like an approach shot except for no headlight. Mullins is on a former ACL branch that ran from Florence, SC east to Wilmington, NC.

Family Lines engines 4976 and 4765 at the railroad station in Mullins, SC in 1986.

The units stopped at the Mullins depot. The date is April 25, 1986. In 1929, SAL installed a 14 lever mechanical interlocker at Mullins. It was converted to an automatic interlocker in 1939. Disk 130

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