Yeah, an interesting incident--considering that the FRA had just, (about three weeks before), gave the C&TSRR a glowing report of a railroad in very good shape. The trackwork that has been done is very shoddy, with zero drainage. The bridges need work-varies with the bridge. And with the economy in the shape it is in--there is less and less money coming in from the two owners, Colorado and New Mexico. And in New Mexico, the political support that has sustained the railroad is almost non-exsistant. None of the GOP candidates for Governor will back it and the lone Democrat, Lt. Gov. Diane Denish is looking a 2 to 3 Billion dollar deficit come election time. And if the so-called "Friends of the C&TSRR" can't stick a bunch of money in their pockets--they won't be around much longer either. This year, so far, ridership is reported to be down 9.9%--bet is it is really a lot worse.