Stony Brook CTC was groundbreaking as well, yes, in effect in the ‘20s..
690 wrote: ↑Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:28 am Almost... the bridge where they cross the Stony Brook just west of 307 needs some work. There's a hole in the deck of the bridge, and I believe the footings are getting bad as well. But besides that all they need to do is get 303 to NC up to 25, and the entire thing will be 25.What about the bridge east of 309 in Graniteville over Bridge St.and the Brook? It looks like it could use some TLC.
690 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 12:14 pm The rail dropped is between 303 and the west limits of 297, along the #1 between 297 and CPF-BY, then along the #2 from CPF-BY to CPF-NC, plus the single track between NC and 303.Any idea as to when the rail is to be installed? Will the Lowell Branch receive more rail between LJ and 297? This part of the line is pretty straight and has welded rail from the 1990s so may not be worn out. Could use a tie and surfacing program to bring the entire line up to 25MPH. Looks like there is a short section of jointed rail just west of Meadowbrook Rd in Chelmsford, will that be converted to welded rail also?