• Milford-Bennington Railroad (MBRX) Discussion

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Pertaining to all railroading subjects, past and present, in New England

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  by b&m 1566
 
I think they will try that for sure.
I also think Pan Am will be seeking abandonment of this line soon (next 10 years) and will try to pull up the rails as quickly as possible, just in spite. If not they are going to seek absurd money for the rail to stay in place, just so they can have the last laugh.
  by mrj1981
 
Someone posted on the Nerails site today, a few pics of MBRX901 moving the old ST 1423 that's been sitting in Greenfield for some time. Anyone know what they're up to with the unit? I can't imagine it's serviceable!

And while i'm at it - can anyone fill me in on how that unit got to reside there in the first place?

Photos are here:
http://photos.nerail.org/showpic/?photo ... 514795.jpg
http://photos.nerail.org/showpic/?photo ... 315063.jpg

Thanks in advance!

MRJ
  by PBMcGinnis
 
Why would you try pulling something without a mechanical inspection? Especially since your host is just chomping at the bit to find an excuse to go back to the FRA and get you evicted?
  by b&m 1566
 
PBMcGinnis wrote: Sun Oct 13, 2019 4:32 pm Why would you try pulling something without a mechanical inspection? Especially since your host is just chomping at the bit to find an excuse to go back to the FRA and get you evicted?
The host is the state, not Pan Am. Pan am's ownership ends at Wilton Station.
  by newpylong
 
The M&B doesn't have the capability to do heavy repairs, so it must head East (if being rebuilt).
Last edited by MEC407 on Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:50 am, edited 1 time in total. Reason: unnecessary quoting
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