if you've been following the news on the line, and can look up and see when their service ends for the season, seems like it would be fairly easy to conclude last runs would follow that date and call or ask around for more details.
Moderator: Otto Vondrak
New Haven 1 wrote:My latest (Feb 2017) It is still incredible to me that anyone gave the go-ahead to have an active revenue generating railroad removed to be replaced by a taxpayer burden.To hear the "trail advocates" talk, said trail will be the economic salvation of the Adirondacks, bringing in thousands of people to hike said trail.
Noel Weaver wrote:New York State seems anxious to rip up the active track between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, how come they don't seem to be nearly as anxious to put up some dollars to fix up the trackage between Big Moose and Tupper Lake? I wonder????Exactly. It is fact that the State has yet to solicit one bid for the Big Moose to Tupper Lake restoration. Trail advocates would argue that it's because of the impending legal battle, but in reality the lawsuit is for the North End trackage.
greenwichlirr wrote: And just within the last few days, Beaver River "businessman" Scott Thompson had the following letter printed in the Enterprise. My reply to him is in the comments section, so read it and note the idiocy in his words.I don't see any comments to that letter...
RussNelson wrote: You mis-spelled Remsen. It starts with an R, not a T.True, that.