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If enviro groups used their intelligence, they would be making a stand for the railroad. It is only common sense. Making a stand against railroad construction in this day and age is like making a stand against eating ice-cream. Their protests will eventually melt away just like the butter pecan,.... when they see that railroads clean-up the environment way more than they interfere with. Environmentalists need to use their brains, and their eyes, and see that the railroads are a tremendous help to their cause,.....and not a hindrance.
The thing is, no matter what you do, its going to harm the environment. Theres nothing you can do about that except do everything you can in prevention, and wait it out.
Reading old documents from the Skunk Train and outside environmental parties, it just took the last 20-40 years for everything to settle, and even though the tracks are laid in the exact same place they were, there is now very minimal impact to both the Noyo River and surrounding landscape. Very interesting.
What will be more interesting is if these "environmentalist" groups against the NWP will play dirty at all...
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