Posted By Matt On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 At 1:07:44 PM (PT)
Anybody that does come visit the PR Sub be sure to stop by the Oak Tree Inn, and the Bill store, across the street from the motel. it was just finished and we moved over to that motel in February of 08 it's very nice, and the diner isn't bad food, a little overpriced, but where else are we going to go.
Posted By Matt On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 At 1:05:26 PM (PT)
4 Main tracks and they still can't get us anywhere in under 12 hours.
Posted By Brent A. Harrison On Sunday, August 17, 2008 At 8:07:12 PM (PT)
An amazing pic Kevin showing the sheer vastness of the terrain. I will be going for the first time to the PRB this coming year. Thx.
Posted By Steve Walden On Friday, August 15, 2008 At 10:25:36 AM (PT)
It's hard to imagine that rails can be laid down that quickly and harder still to realize that in 20 years, they could pull up one, two or even three mains because of an unanticipated change in market conditions. Rails are the best way to go, however, especially when you consider the amount of freight moving through such wild and open country. Efficiency, small footprint, and a few support stops are just a few features when you compare rail to highway.
Property rights and such aside, if they can lay this much manicured main here, it makes you wonder what they can do for passenger service from Casper or Cheyenne to Raton or Santa Fe.