My bets are on M&E, even though NYS&W would make more sense. Maybe M&E could get the taxpayers to rebuild the old Erie half of the way to Scranton and then give up on the project...
Wayne County EDC has this posted:
WEDCO, in conjunction with Wayne Industrial Development Authority (WIDA), is managing the restoration of the railroad trestle that was washed out in April 2005. We anticipate having superstructure and abutment design work completed by August 15, which will be followed immediately by core-borings. The trestle could be operational by May 2007. WIDA received an $880,005 grant from PA Dept. of Community and Economic Development for this project.
Ideal Steel Supply Corp. plans to develop the Palmyra site in stages, using multiple 40,000 – 50,000 SF canopies which will support multiple bridge cranes. Ideal Steel will be its own General Contractor. Ultimately, they plan to ramp up to 160,000 SF of coverage space and create 65 new jobs.
Be well. Do good work.