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10-17-2020 - 09:27
Hillwilliam
Yes, endless streams of cash have been poured into the effing PRT in Morgantown. I'm sure the state's taxpayers will take it on the chin for this project too (regardless of press releases about priva
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06-29-2020 - 02:46
Matthew

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05-24-2020 - 21:11
PennDude
Alf Doten Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never say never when it comes to the National Park > Service. Sites are often chosen for political > reasons as much as t
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01-24-2020 - 18:35
Beartooth Bob
Rumor had it that Trump negotiated with Albanian authorities to bring this advanced coal extraction technology to West Virginia, thus saving thousands of Hillbilly jobs.
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11-14-2019 - 22:36
BOB2
The only thing I know about you is that you're a lying piece of crap. Who's been caught red handed lying. And yet, you keep digging, and are now are pulling more of your usual "it is Cali" hating, "
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09-09-2019 - 19:17
Len Hartsville

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07-08-2019 - 22:53
Joe Cullum
More improvements look good, unlike Indiana, that flaked off the Hoosier State: http://allaboardohio.org/2019/07/08/what-rail-projects-may-be-on-ohios-radar/ Illinois, Michigan and Pennsylvania
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05-10-2019 - 17:07
states
>there are a few entire states Amtrak doesn't serve or run through Actually, there are two states with no scheduled Amtrak service at all: Wyoming and South Dakota. That doesn't mean there's *good*
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12-21-2018 - 23:25
OPRRMS
Santafeboy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is it still a Septa unit ? Museum bound? Hopefully > going back to GN colors the new damage really > sucks but not as ba
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11-03-2018 - 20:44
Bruce Kelly
Peter, this deserves much more than five minutes. Boy, did you strike a nerve and hit the nail on the head. CTC Board, Pac News, and Flimsies were about all we had back in those days (aside from wo
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04-04-2018 - 13:55
J
Some interesting developments: - Many catenary pole foundations already installed - Stadler already fabricating EMU bodies in Switzerland to be shipped to StadlerUSA's plant in Salt Lake City for as
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02-01-2018 - 21:27
WebDigger
I did a Google-search to see where else this item might have shown up, since it referenced CNN: [ "We have a local reporter, Bob Albert, on the air directly from the location of the Republican Train a
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02-01-2018 - 18:31
GP-9
I usually don't say much but this has to be heard. Just got this over the wire. Has to be the real deal. I can not divulge the author. This may be released by the FBI or someone that has had an a
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12-17-2017 - 13:24
That Bus Guy
Pdxrailtransit: Although Elon Musk's comments are highly offensive to me as a public transit enthusiast, public transit patron and public transit professional, calling for someone's death is out of l
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12-15-2017 - 19:24
espee2472
J.K. Trowling Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Contrary to the bike lobby's wishes, there are a > multitude of shortline operators that will be > happy to operate t
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12-15-2017 - 11:32
J.K. Trowling
Contrary to the bike lobby's wishes, there are a multitude of shortline operators that will be happy to operate the Santa Cruz branch with Iowa Pacific's departure. There are companies out there wh
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04-06-2017 - 23:51
WebDigger
www.amusingplanet.com
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02-21-2017 - 14:43
Nature lover & foamer
In West Virginia, the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad runs along the South Branch of the Potomac River. Bald eagles can be seen from the train. I rode this line in 2008. It was a slow ride, but the
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11-04-2016 - 03:39
The Odd Duck
BOB2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why would anyone spend a penny to make coal > "cleaner" (real expensive to do...) when you can > burn natural gas for electric
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11-03-2016 - 18:39
BOB2
Why would anyone spend a penny to make coal "cleaner" (real expensive to do...) when you can burn natural gas for electricity at 1/3 the price per BTU equivalent? That makes the massive reduction in
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06-27-2016 - 15:54
George Andrews
Just read on another ( non - rail ) site that White Sulpher Springs was heavily damaged, if not totally destroyed, in the West Virginia floods. WSS was a resort served by a Chesapeake & Ohio Railway b
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04-01-2016 - 17:49
Jim G.
Heritageunits.com is reporting this unit being in Bluefield, West Virginia 4,1.2016 Sincerely, Jim G.
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12-17-2015 - 19:57
Silver Shadow
Christopher Hitchens Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Silver Shadow Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Christopher Hitchens Wr
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09-22-2015 - 19:06
WILL
A couple of others that come to mind. Near Eureka Springs, Arkansas: http://www.livingstonjunctioncabooses.com Durbin, West Virginia: http://mountainrailwv.com/choose-a-train/castaway-caboose
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02-16-2015 - 15:47
pdxrailtransit
So CSX has a Twitter page! OMG Flames along the Kanawha River: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/west-virginia-train-derailment-sends-oil-tanker-river-29004040 And if this makes you upset, this
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01-11-2015 - 19:14
Beer & Pizza
I have 47,000 in Amtrak Guest Rewards points which I will probably redeem in 2015 due to questionable future of Amtrak's Long-Distance trains under the present Congress. I may also ride Amtrak's Hear
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07-07-2014 - 22:09
SP5103
A similar operation was the Meadow River Lumber Company out of Rainelle, West Virginia - which coincidentally was also purchased by G-P. They also waded through water crossings with with geared engine
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07-03-2014 - 18:19
Brian Westgate
Sounds like it might be a locomotive painted for Appalachian & Ohio, which runs former B&O trackage in central West Virginia. It's affiliated with Paducah & Louisville.
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05-26-2014 - 09:50
Bill Root
The "new" Las Vegas station, one of my favorites and one of only three in North America that I have personally observed built in the "Streamlined Moderne" style of architecture. The other two, Salida,
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