Did a check today to see the improvements at Wells and Scarborough, was somewhat impressed by the considerable lack of progress at hand.
Wells, the crossover just east of the station was not visible by legal means, it did look like the track was laid out, the signals were not turned into view of trains, the siding is now completely welded rail it appears, with the crossover being oneway for eastbounds to diverge from the mainline to the siding. While there, Amtrak 681 arrived shortly before 11am, sign indicated due to heat, trains may be delayed.
At Scarborough, Winnocks Crossing, signals still in place and active, a few pieces of equipment present such as trucks and trailers. Nothing major going on there, could see to the west on the curve before Cooks Crossing that track work was in place, a excavator and bobcat working the area, new signals in place only on one end of the siding. Siding is welded rail as viewed from Cooks Crossing. While at Winnocks Road, EDNM with 3 normal units and a small train of 30 cars rode into view and passed.
At CPF 201, new crossover laid out, looks to be just about ready to be placed into service, signal masts in place, all new. Old signals still in place.
Nothing looked changed at the west end of the yard while driving by over Pleasant street I believe.
If this all to be done by the 17th as heard, man they got a process ahead of them. I personally don't think its going to be done in time.
Wells Station had no documentation of the new schedule.