Well with a can't do attitude like that I guess nothing is possible. Perhaps we should forget the monument and try to build a new mill of some kind? I know this company Cate Street....
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gokeefe wrote:I am curious if a passenger train can get from New York City (GCT?) to Millinocket, Maine overnight (12 hours +/-) to bring visitors to the new Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument and if so what the timing and routes would look like.
MEC407 wrote:Not bad, although from about 3am onward the train would be operating over some very bumpy jointed rail... and along with that you also get the side-to-side rocking motion that comes with low-speed jointed rail ops. I dunno about anyone else but I wouldn't be able to sleep through that.Very interesting point to consider. I assume that you're referring to Waterville north?
Mikejf wrote:Of course, that was all just a guess. +/- 3 hours for good measureYeah ... point taken on that one. Most of the +/- being Portland north?
gokeefe wrote:Very interesting point to consider. I assume that you're referring to Waterville north?Yessir.