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Hey everyone, I know I have not done a discussion in forever, but I have a question to ask. Would reopening the line from Samoa to South Fork be profitable? I was speaking with Michael Presson, and he said that NCRA has handed over most of the line to NWP. As of last friday,  they signed a new deal to rehabilitate the tracks up to Scotia Bluffs to ship lumber products out by rail.  This was according to SVP of NWP.

He also said that their overall plan was to reach all the way to Eureka, but where would the money come in order to do that? 

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Thanks, Dave...I do have at least the rough outlines of the story as a chapter in this book...

https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9781634990073

Jeff Moore

Elko, NV

It's also available on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1634990072/

I have just ordered a copy!

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