CSX River Line Status Updates

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Re: CSX River Line Status Updates

Postby B&M 1227 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 5:02 am

yes, a combined Q003/Q009 detoured westbound, and I believe Q008 and Q254 detoured eastbound. railbuffs were out in full force shooting the 7200 stack job going west on wednesday...
Did we ever hear a music sweeter than the one that thrills, as it floats along the Deerfield, as it echoes o'er the hills.
How we watch that little engine as it stalks across the plain; was there ever music sweeter, was there ever sight completer, than the coming of the train?
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Re: CSX River Line Status Updates

Postby Jeff Smith » Fri Mar 17, 2017 3:11 pm

I assume this is part of the River line; if not, we can split it off:

http://m.thedailymail.net/news/article_ ... l?mode=jqm

Double-tracking from Catskill to Coxsackie

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The project of adding a total of 18 miles of track was first announced to the public in 2013, CSX Director of Communications and Media Relations Rob Doolittle. The goal is to install tracks that run parallel to the existing main railroad line that runs between Coxsackie and Catskill, Doolittle said.
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Re: CSX River Line Status Updates

Postby RichM » Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:40 am

Jeff, this is the right place to post that information!
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