State seeks input on New River rail sites
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Wed Jan 12 07:23:43 EST 2022
I agree why move from the long stated goal of future service to Bristol his project is nothing more than a windfall of cash to NS . Going to spend 20 millions dollars just on yard improvements at Roanoke so you can terminate service on a line to nowhere
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> On Jan 12, 2022, at 6:29 AM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
>> On 1/9/2022 10:12 PM, NW Mailing List wrote:
>> Much appreciated for the extra homework you did to get the link for this survey. Very informative. I submitted a response. It seems that the actions of NS and VA has officially ended any possibility of a station location on the NS's Christiansburg District (former N&W main). Seems to me the biggest limitation of a 'Merrimac' station location is future extension of service to the west (i.e. Bristol).
>> John Garner, Newport VA
> I too have responded to the survey in order to express my feelings on this project. I am not going to say much about this subject here at this time other than I can sleep better knowing that I at least made my opinion heard!
> Jimmy Lisle
>> Hello everyone,
>> In this past Monday 12/27/2021 issue of the Roanoke Times, there was an article titled "State seeks input on New River rail sites". The article did not list an online link to access the web site. I have sinc ebeen in contact with the author of the article and he has provided me with the link below so that anyone who wishes to add their two cents to this project can do so.
>> Make your voice heard!
>> Take care,
>> Jimmy Lisle
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