Members of Beaufort Water Search and Rescue say a crew removing old railroad tracks has left the broken pilings of a trestle in the Whale Branch River, creating a hazard for boats. The broken pilings can be seen at low tide but are hidden by the rising tide.
Members of Beaufort Water Search and Rescue say a crew removing old railroad tracks has left the broken pilings of a trestle in the Whale Branch River, creating a hazard for boats. The broken pilings can be seen at low tide but are hidden by the rising tide. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Members of Beaufort Water Search and Rescue say a crew removing old railroad tracks has left the broken pilings of a trestle in the Whale Branch River, creating a hazard for boats. The broken pilings can be seen at low tide but are hidden by the rising tide. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

Railroad removal creates hazard for Beaufort boaters

January 09, 2012 7:07 PM

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