I'm still waiting...

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I'm still waiting...

Postby Cowford » Wed Dec 22, 2004 9:59 pm

Well, Bear and co. must be hibernating... it would be interesting to hear their perspective on MMA right now. Well, if you're still out there... happy Christmas to you all and I hope that the MMA is on the right path.
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Postby AmtrakFan » Wed Dec 22, 2004 11:49 pm

Happy Holidays to you. I think MMA is heading the right way expect if they have another bad winter.

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Postby MEC407 » Thu Dec 23, 2004 6:00 pm

I'm sure this winter will be much better than the previous ones for MMA. They've got plenty of spare parts, a few spare locos, and they say they're going to be much more proactive about snow removal this time around.
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Postby CN9634 » Thu Dec 23, 2004 6:10 pm

Yes I read the MMA manifest about there preperations for winter. Has anyone seen these "snow fighters" they have mentioned?
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Still waiting

Postby sandmansays » Mon Jan 10, 2005 1:48 pm

Afternoon, folks...I can't speak for Bear but do speak to him (and other former BAR/CDAC's) on occasion. Most everyone has their nose to the grind and are working diligently. I understand things are progressing pretty well on the MM&A, but they've also hit a few rough spots, which is to be expected. There still remains plenty of additional business on the system and on the NBSR, but I think they are taking baby steps to insure their viablility. They seem to be moving large tonnage numbers and it looks like most every train is up to capacity.
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