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FVRR cutting crew

A quick snapshot taken of our cutting crew this past weekend. We are about 1/4th of a mile south of MP 13.
The marshland in the background was once a inlet, which has filled in over time due to the lack of water flow. Today it is now home to beavers, ospray, and other wetlands creatures.
In the near future, it is hoped that this will be one of the new areas the Essex Dinner Train guests can view from the comfort of a former New Haven Railroad heavy-weight Pullman car. To my back is a wonderful view of the CT river.

Photographed by Seth Erazmus, December 1, 2007.
Added to the photo archive by Seth Erazmus, December 4, 2007.
Railroad: Valley Railroad.

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