Notch 8 wrote:...including nearly 5,100 railcars.
Super Chief wrote:Any body with a thought on why Elkhart seems to be a out of the loop for INER please enlighten me. I am new today to the thread so I don"t have a clue what the hold up would be for INER to go west? AARR I was a member of your group years ago and now retired I have more time now to persue railroad related. So hi to Don and always enjoy the forums.
Super Chief wrote:Too bad the ethenol plant fell thru for Burr Oak . We shall see>
Super Chief wrote:This is good news. I must admit that if the Coldwater to Sturgis line was to be rehabed won't that help also. We have 30 millon dollars in a revolving tax fund that just sits there and Trine University in Angola unsucessfully tried to tap into it, but the county commisoners never seem to get to serious about economic deveopment in this county? [St. Joesph]. Seems to me that the Old Road would be a good canidate for some of this money and bring added prosperity to the INER. Is Pioneer Rail a handicap for this to happen. Any body with a thought on why Elkhart seems to be a out of the loop for INER please enlighten me. I am new today to the thread so I don"t have a clue what the hold up would be for INER to go west?
jwilliam33 wrote:The MDOT website is clear that the State intends to divest itself of its rail assets over time, starting with the Lenawee County RR assets which was sold to the A&B.
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