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Should the Adirondack train keep rolling or be replaced by a rec path?  (NCPR file photo)
Should the Adirondack train keep rolling or be replaced by a rec path? (NCPR file photo)

Debate over scenic railroad accelerates in Adirondacks

Opponents of a tourist train in the Tri-Lakes are hoping to derail efforts to construct a side-by-side rail and trail system between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake.

Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates formed earlier this summer. They say, instead of a rail, communities should build a multi-use recreational trail using the rail-bed which would stretch from Lake Placid to Tupper Lake.

But with millions of dollars in grants already in hand, supporters of the tourist train say the path and the railroad can co-exist. Chris Morris reports.  Go to full article

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