Searsport Branch

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Re: Searsport Branch

Postby gokeefe » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:12 pm

I should have been more specific and said "liquid fuels" ... Even then technically LPG is a "liquid fuel"!

Fact remains that its pretty surprising to hear about diesel fuel being moved in rail cars.
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Re: Searsport Branch

Postby rjb605 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:28 pm

There were about 5 flatcars loaded with rail in todays Searsport run. Can anyone tell me if CMQ is going to be replacing track or is the rail going to be exported as scrap iron? Some of the flatcars were marked 'Colorado and Western".

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