3.4.15

THAT'S A H--L OF A WAY TO RUN A RAILROAD.

The Boston area is recovering from two straight years of global warming climate chaos winter.

The commuter railroads appear to have been hit particularly hard. "Keolis Commuter Service will restore full weekday MBTA commuter rail service on March 30, with the number of seats available to passengers returning to pre-storm levels."  That's happened before, but the railroad reaction was better, both on the ready track and in public relations.


Boston and Maine Railroad advertisement, late 1940s.
Reproduced from page 115 of Fisher, Vanishing Markers.


Is there a railroad, anywhere, any more, that can truthfully claim to be an all-weather mode?

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