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Metro's old rail cars used for disaster training, scrap

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One hundred miles south of Atlanta, a Metrorail car sits in pieces, blown apart by explosives. The car is one of eight discarded Metro rail cars used at Guardian Centers, an 830-acre emergency training facility with a minicity designed to mimic the devastation following a hurricane, earthquake, terrorist attack or other disaster. It's a unique use for Metro's rail cars past their time. They're...

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