tens of millions of dollars in repairs to the many deteriorated trestles along the line
I remember this crossing driving in this area. you gotta look hard for the tracks under the grass there if you do not have a GPS.Aardvark wrote:
The large cement blocks are sitting directly on the old trackage.
That is going to hurt. I believe there were problems with that bridge anyway that prevented trains from crossing it. But still, that bridge being gone leaves the lower half stranded.Aardvark wrote:If you hadn't heard yet. As part of the MD 404 widening project, funded by the ARRA, the long unused railroad bridge over MD 404 is scheduled to be demolished.
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