Two weeks ago, a vicious mudslide in south of Everett, Washington caused havoc along with Seattle to Everett line. The popular route for travelers coming into and out of Seattle from Everett couldn’t take advantage of Amtrak for the past 2 weeks.
Today, as reported in The Seattle Times, service resumed.
The mudslide was a result of consistent rain that fell in North of Seattle for the first 27 days of December. A cleanup and a dry spell have helped Amtrak’s crews to get the lines ready for trains.
However, Everett residents are now left to wonder – when will this happen again – as rain in and around Seattle doesn’t seem to have ay sympathy for its residents.Posted in Amtrak