Lancaster and Chester Railroad Scanner Frequencies in South Carolina

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Lancaster and Chester Railroad Information

The Lancaster and Chester Railroad or L&C is a railway headquartered in Lancaster, South Carolina. The original 29-mile (47 km) route connects Lancaster in Lancaster County with Chester in Chester County. The line's nickname is The Springmaid Line, which refers to Lancaster and Chester Railroad's original purpose of connecting the plants of the Springs Mills company. === Formation === 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 found most suitable and advantageous".