A doubleheader to dance about

Two of the Southern's green-and-gold Ps-4 Pacifics made a glorious sight for a South Carolina boy

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My father, I. W. King, grew up in Greenville, S.C., where his father, I. E. King, was a telegraph operator for the Southern Railway. Like most railroad families, they often used the employee pass to visit relatives. Many of Dad’s people lived d...

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