ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 21, 1974
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(Studio) Amtrak reports more trains late at arrival points. South Railway refuses to join Amtrak conglomerate.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Between Washington, DC and Atlanta) South Crescent last of privately owned, long-distance trains. Crescent loses $3 million each year; freight operations still profitable, however. [President South Railway system West Graham CLAYTOR JR. - admits passenger train for 24 hour businessman has seen its day.] South Railway's standards remain high. Passengers react to train ride.
REPORTER: Bill Wordham
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