"That sounds like a good idea, the railroad could be fixed, and the washouts to the south could be filled in, and this railroad would be back in business again, after it is cleaned up of the brush all over."
"As far as I know...no. I was just in Ukiah two weeks ago, and did not see any evidence of signal work. The City of Ukiah is doing some road widening work on Perkins Street, which requires rebuilding of the railroad crossing. Other…"
Anthony, while many hope that the line will be restored through the Eel River Canyon the chances of that happening are slim to none, sadly. The cost would be in the hundreds of millions of dollars and the potential business revenue a mere fraction of that. That doesn't mean you should give up hope, but it doesn't look too likely at this time. Regards,
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