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August 6 10:45 AM. Seen from 101 so oculdn't count the number but the grain hoppers still sitting at the wye pointed towards Schellville. One Herzog hopper and old SP caboose sitting uncoupled a couple of lengths behind.
That may indicate that the NWP is providing power for the SMART MoW work. Could that caboose be the one that has been sitting in Schellville and now being used as crew quarters for the MoW operation?
As a soon to be Sonoma County resident I'd really like to know who is paying for this trackwork, SMART or Herzog. Seems early to have to redo the "new" roadbed.
Did you notice if the open hopper was marked Herzog on the side? SMART has been doing track maintenance: https://patch.com/california/novato/smart-crews-conducting-track-ma...
and this would explain the hopper noted by Tom Curran in his post.
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