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August 7, 2014 6:19 PM

Midstate rail backers watching Clayton County closely

ATLANTA -- Passenger rail service between Macon and Atlanta vanished in 1971 with the last journey of the train called the Nancy Hanks. Voters south of Atlanta are set to decide in November if they want to try to put a new train back on some of her old tracks.

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