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December STERA Meeting Notes Are Up
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roc
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December STERA Meeting Notes Are Up
 
« on: Feb 18th, 2017, 8:06am »
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I would love to catch a Falconer to Meadville trains. Any help? The crossings in Corry on Friday looked freshly furrowed, but I'd guess the train was quite short.
 
"Service levels: Falconer to Meadville service has been restored to biweekly service (currently running weekly).  
 
"Olean to Hornell service is operated less than once per week as needed.  
 
"Olean to Falconer is operated regularly once per week. Olean to Machias service has been restored for ballast trains, with weekly service. In Pennsylvania, service is provided to Driftwood on a weekly basis, with Olean to Port Allegany being operated on a daily basis."
 
http://www.ccasstera.org/htm/document%20to%20be%20discussed/2016%20pdfs/Dec5/December%205%202016%20Board%20Minutes.pdf


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« Reply #1 on: Feb 19th, 2017, 9:37pm »
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I think it was pretty short. I went through Cambridge Springs on saturday morning and saw the train had gone through. Later in Meadville, I went down to the yard and saw WNYP loco #427 with 3 tank cars behind it. I thought the same thing, gee what a short train. It is better than nothing though. The crossings in Cambridge Springs on Rt 19 and Rt 86 sure do need replaced, they are very rough. I think they did the one by the feed mill, very nice!

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