The Disappearing Railroad Blues 

With its eroding line and financial woes, is it time to part ways with the North Coast Railroad Authority?

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Rick Sanchez

Getting trains into Humboldt County has never been easy. The common shorthand for our region's isolation is "behind the redwood curtain," but those fuzzy-barked spires were never a barrier for rails. In fact, the lucrative lumber from logged old growths is what…

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