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The First Right-Angle Culvert I've Ever Seen
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Kitbash0n30
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Ya know, that may be the first right-angle culvert I've ever seen.

https://www.railpictures.net/photo/768852/



A former Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2,
leads Sunday's Gauley Trolley eastbound along the Kanawha River at East Bank,
sporting back-to-back conventional cabs, a caboose, and empty hoppers for Alloy.




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