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Charleston City Council voted this week to spend $250,000 to help a nonprofit group design, engineer and plan for the proposed Lowcountry Lowline park, which is expected to be built on an old railroad bed that runs along the spine of the peninsula. 

That money, however, is just a down payment on what the ambitious project is expected to demand in the coming years. 

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The upcoming project is viewed as a major stepping stone in many of Charleston's other long-term goals, including redeveloping West Ashley, reducing the city's carbon footprint, enhancing bike and pedestrian safety and linking the city's largest population center to its biggest employment hub. 

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S.C. National Guard members line up by a bowling alley in Orangeburg after students protested its segregation policy. Later, on Feb. 8, 1968 u…

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Apollo 13 astronaut James A. Lovell, command pilot stops on the ramp from the crew quarters looks skywards, March 26, 1970, as the Apollo 13 c…

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Members of the Apollo 13 crew leave the launch site after finishing a count down demonstration in the Apollo 13 spaceship, March 26, 1970 at C…

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Members of the Apollo 13 crew astronauts, James A Lovell command pilot, Thomas K. Mattingly command module pilot and Fred W. Haise, lunar modu…