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PACERSProgram for the Academic and Cultural Enhancement of Rural Schools (Alabama small school cooperative)
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THE first of Northern's out-dated Pacer trains to retire has made its final journey after more than three million miles in 32 years of service.
But on the day of the first withdrawal, a Northern spokesman confirmed to The Gazette that the Pacers surviving into 2020 will probably be used in South Yorkshire - meaning the end is nigh for the Pacer on Teesside.
"The vast majority of the pacers are two-carriage trains and they are going to be mostly replaced by three or four-carriage trains, which will be significant increase in capacity."
THERE'S hope bone-shaker Pacer trains may be more loved in retirement than in operation because they are being offered to communities for use as meeting rooms, cafes and even village halls.
There were also others who like Pacers, with more than one poster suggesting they are the best trains for getting bikes on and off.
'In the third quarter, we lost our patience,' Pacers coach Nate McMillan said.
Myles Turner had 22 points and Bojan Bogdanovic 17 for the Pacers.
"Preliminary exam has left Pacers with fear that Victor Oladipo has suffered a season-ending knee injury that will require surgery, league sources tell ESPN.
In the 2017 -- 2018 NBA season, CNO Financial pledged to donate USD 50 to the Pacers Foundation for every three-point shot scored by an Indiana Pacers player at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
But sources indicate Wales will still need Pacers after that deadline.
Wales appeared to be on the same trajectory after the company that owns most of Wales' Pacers said it would not invest in the modifications which would enable them to continue in passenger service after December 31, 2019.