GLX Impact on NH Route (Lowell Line)

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Re: GLX Impact on NH Route (Lowell Line)

Postby Stephen » Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:49 pm

GP40MC1118 wrote:Yes...right at Innerbelt Rd, which is the top of the wye plus the switch to Boston Paperboard (which hasn't gotten anything in three years)
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Got it. Thank you for the time and information.
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Re: GLX Impact on NH Route (Lowell Line)

Postby Arlington » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:06 pm

"Tufts interlocking" update:

Looking inbound from the future College Ave station/bridge at 4pm Saturday, it looks like the subsoil is all graded and the ballast is half laid (it reaches about 3/4 of the way to College Ave from the Harvard Ave "slot shift" (and new signal mast) , which is about half of the total project distance.

A pre-made turnout was sitting in the ballast near Harvard Ave (not sure if that will be its final location.
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