The parent company of Saratoga and North Creek Railway has begun moving tanker cars into the Adirondacks for storage. Dylan Smith, a North River resident, took the video below on Tuesday. He described them as “just old tankers–some rusty, some not, all covered in graffiti.”
Environmental groups and public officials have come out against the railway’s plan to store the cars on tracks between North Creek and Tahawus. Environmentalists are concerned that the cars will leak and pollute the adjacent Forest Preserve. The company has refused to say what had been stored in the cars. Look for a full story in the November/December issue of the Adirondack Explorer.
North Creek rail road is storing more garbage along the beautiful and remote Boreas river. This time it’s old oil cars. This seems like a questionable idea to me.
Posted by Dylan Smith on Tuesday, October 17, 2017