"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Sunday, July 28, 2013


The Telegram's Russell Wangersky makes an unfortunate omission in his Saturday column:
They may not, but the fact is that this is not the time to start a parliamentary review — and while there may be no rails left in this province, the reasons why the committee shouldn’t start now can apply to the efforts of any number of parliamentary committees.
While there are no rails left in Newfoundland, there are plenty left in the province: Wabush Lake Railway, Bloom Lake Railway, Tshiuetin Rail Transportation, and — most importantly — the Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway, which until the recent emergency safety directives, operated under the same running rules as the ill-starred Montreal, Maine and Atlantic line.


At 8:13 PM, July 28, 2013 , Blogger Libertarian Driver said...

The Cartier railway is the other train operator permited by government law to operate with only one engineer running a train.


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