That is the plan, as stated in the above post. This was info given out at a public meeting, on 10/29, at the Littleton Senior Center. There was a couple who objected, (quoted in the Caledonian article about the meeting) mainly over their opinion that [minimal] all-terrain traffic on a dead end trail would destroy their "right" to peace and quiet in the downtown area.
The existing stretch starting west of Industrial Park Drive sees at best, maybe 10+/- vehicles w/ trailers parked and riding at a time during peak summer hours, along with the adaptive sports folks riding their non-motorized equipment. This isn't like northern Coos County, which is infested with these rigs running the main roads and trails.
One of our moderators, Ian, stated elsewhere this afternoon that NHDOT currently lacks the funds to commence salvage operations, so I'll have to simply observe and wait.
Avatar: NHVT 669 sits at the south end of the "Pompy" line in White River Jct., VT on 4/29/1993. Photo by Richard Roberg.
Is there a sight worse than a rabid foamer sprinting towards your clean photo/video angle with a tripod, so he can set up two feet from the rails?