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Lancaster and Chester Railway
also called "L&C" as it is commonly called

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  1. In 2001, the Lancaster and Chester entered into a lease-purchase agreement with Norfolk Southern to operate the former SB line in Lancaster County

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  2. is a railway headquartered in Lancaster, South Carolina, in the United States

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  3. The line's nickname is "The Springmaid Line" which refers to its original purpose of connecting the plants of the Springs Mills company

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  4. The original 29 miles (47 km) route connects Lancaster, in Lancaster County, with Chester in Chester County

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  5. In 1873, the Cheraw and Chester Railroad Company was granted a charter by a Special Act of the South Carolina General Assembly "to construct a railroad from Cheraw, in Chesterfield County, to Chesterville, in Chester County, by such route as shall be

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  6. The L&C added another aspect to its operation in 1996 when Bob Willetts began a passenger car restoration program in Lancaster

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