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Rural Georgia: where buses go to die

February 11, 2011
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I’m on my way home to Virginia (ps I’m posting this as I sit at a store) and I have to drive, seeing as there is no mass transit or as much as a train to where my parents live.  I drive up 985 to 441 through North Georgia to get home, and everytime I go I pass the same junkyard in Hall County, featuring stack upon stack of buses.  Most of them are school buses, and there are a few church buses, but there are at least three buses that, if I’m not mistaken, are old CCT buses.  Which is odd, because this is so far from Cobb.  But you know me, I check out buses everywhere I go, even if they’re dead up on a hill.

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