Pretty in Pink, dunno why
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Redondo Beach
I'd like to ride one, too.
Gov. Moonbeam proposed a high-speed rail project back in the '80s. It is becoming a reality insofar as great amounts of money have been approved for the construction and are currently being expended on various frauds, wastes, and abuses.
They want to have it completed instages, ranging from 5 years to 15 years. Translated, that means that 15 years from now they will have a fast train on one section of track that are shared with freighters and all of the money will have been spent.
Of course, it's not really high-speed rail, as the speeds will be substantially less than 200mph/330kmh. But, if you can wait, you can come on out for a ride on California's HSR.
Let's call it the "Brown Jewel" (and let your imagination run with that for a while).
Tom [email protected]
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