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  1. Good question Joe, up here we have a short line RR like the Cape and when the track were re-furbished the State picked up the tab for materials and labor. As a sub contractor we had to submit a certified payroll and expense vouchers every two weeks and a total statement was submitted every month and we were payed every month. With that being said I would have to guess the State owns the land and trackage, signals bridges ect. (except the RR bridge over the Canal). The train bridge over the narrows at the BB and Wareham line was just replaced, perhaps a little research there might shed a little light on your question...……….
  2. Like a '55 chevy…………...a classic On a side note, I saw some guy on a single wheel contraption, a large wheel between his legs a two footrests and he would control it with his body movements...………….
  3. If the corps was to put up signs with the rules and regulations in detail there would be bill boards up and down the canal in several different languges……………. This past weekend I observed from my perch at BSP several golf carts on the service rd. along with more than a few electrically assisted bikes,a few powered skateboards, and a Sedgeway…... This is a safety issue and let's see how long it takes for someone to get hurt before action is taken...……...
  4. It's a moot point to you two...………………...
  5. Isn't this a State owned road????????????????? If so parking is not allowed on State owned roads...……..
  6. The tracks and right of way are NOT owned by the railroad The Comm of Mass owns the right of way and reguardless of who owns what was a building permit issued???????????
  7. Do you really think so...……...What happens when a vehicle drifts off the roadway and hits one????????????? Besides that, if they were to be used on the roadway for any reason why would they be stored on Fed. property hundreds of feet from the nearest access point...…………….
  8. From what I understand it is an un-permitted structure built on State property...………………..
  9. Little off there Joe, metal guard rails are simple and cost effective, the upright of the guard rail system is driven, by a vibrating and drop hammer machine to the desired depth and the guard rails themselves are then bolted to the uprights. quick and efficient. If they were to use wooden poles, hold would have to be dug, uprights placed in the holes backfilled and tamped and then the cross pieces affixed. The metal guard rail system we see on our highways is the only approved system. Looking at the stockpile of poles 6" minus rip rap and soil I would have to say it is for some kind of erosion control project...…………...
  10. Look at what happened to the kid in the new Buzzards Bay Park last year...……………...
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  12. Reminds me of a ……………
  13. I was also wondering if they are going to install chargers for the bikes, scooters, skate boards and wheel chairs that are so popular today...………..
  14. Head out west, do a little trout fishing in the snow and sleet...………….
  15. Mahoney's is the old Port of Call on Main St., Buzzards Bay...…………………….