Re: Roaring Camp, now what?
Author: News At Noon
Date: 05-05-2021 - 12:24

BoHo Folger Wrote:
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> So with Roaring Camp/Santa Cruz Big Trees and
> Pacific Railway taking over Progressives contract,
> what's next for the branch line?
> The washout is being repaired, but Howard Cohen
> reports that repair work is needed for the
> Capitola and Seascape bridges, which are still a
> few years out. The line between Wilders Ranch and
> Davenport is in need of serious TLC for any sort
> of rail activity.
> Exciting times for sure!

The contract is between Progressive Rail and Roaring Camp and does not require any approvals from the RTC. The ACL agreement between the RTC and the St. Paul & Pacific is still in force. Regarding third party rail operations. Any operator may submit a proposal to operate on the Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line. An example is the upcoming light rail demonstration between the Boardwalk and Capitola. Roaring Camp and any other third party rail operator may do the same.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Roaring Camp, now what? BoHo Folger 05-05-2021 - 11:17
  Re: Roaring Camp, now what? - more of the same - war between train and trail jedd 05-05-2021 - 11:38
  Re: Roaring Camp, now what? - more of the same - war between train and trail BoHo Folger 05-05-2021 - 11:53
  Re: Roaring Camp, now what? - more of the same - war between train and trail Brain 05-05-2021 - 12:13
  Re: Roaring Camp, now what? News At Noon 05-05-2021 - 12:24
  Re: Roaring Camp, Progressive wanted out and made deal with RTC alex 05-05-2021 - 12:49
  Re: Roaring Camp, Progressive wanted out and made deal with RTC alex = Moron 05-05-2021 - 13:08
  Re: Roaring Camp, Progressive wanted out and made deal with RTC Acronym Expert 05-05-2021 - 17:04


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