Train firm announces plan to revive Santa Fe Southern excursions

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  • bob chilton posted at 6:45 pm on Mon, Apr 28, 2014.

    bobchilton Posts: 41

    okay, we've got the train. . . how about the legal tender?

  • Karl Kregor posted at 9:39 pm on Fri, Apr 25, 2014.

    KKregor Posts: 1

    What ever happened to the Australian company supposedly planning to use the train as a test site for advanced hazard awareness and automated braking systems?
    Will they be in league with X Train Holdings?
    " 't is a puzzlement "

  • James Meehan posted at 7:08 pm on Fri, Apr 25, 2014.

    James Meehan Posts: 5

    Blow your horns! It could save the lives of bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists.

  • James Meehan posted at 7:01 pm on Fri, Apr 25, 2014.

    James Meehan Posts: 5

    I sure hope they can reclaim their original tradition of blowing their horns at the intersections. It is only four times a day and has a certain periodicity that can be as comforting as church bells in its own way. I love silence. Yet My heart soars with joy when I hear the occasional horns of our trains. After the horns we can appreciate our quietude with special enthusiasm.

  • paul olshefsky posted at 10:01 am on Fri, Apr 25, 2014.

    Lamy Lineman Posts: 5

    Hip, Hip, Hurray !!! It's a wonderful Day ,,,

  • Pierce Knolls posted at 8:46 am on Fri, Apr 25, 2014.

    Mister Pierce Posts: 1662

    Now that Mayor Coss is gone, maybe his efforts to destroy Santa Fe Southern can be undone.


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