Continuing along the right of way, we come across the clearest point of the line. Why the southbound tracks have little or no debris in it's path is beyond me. The northbound tracks have vegetation and plant life growing in it's path, but not so for the southbound tracks. This abnormality runs for about 1/4 mile, before plant life once again dominates the track's path.
The rails and rail road ties in this area are intact. This area
of track seems to have aged quite nicely.
A closer look at another washout area. The third rail wooden shielding is mangled at this location.
This picture shows how close some of the houses and apartment buildings are along the right of way. I'm sure residents have gotten use to the extended backyard and extra privacy that the right of way provides.
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