Pacific Rail News Magazine
June 1984 Issue
The Santa Fe’s Star Lake Project has been put on hold.
US Steel’s Carbon County RailWay company will be completely abandoned if the application the ICC is approved.
The city of Monterrey may have a streetcar running by the summer of 1985.
A relief repair order from the Northwestern Pacific was denied by the ICC.
Edmonton opened a light rail transit line and caused a boom in light rail transit.
Both the Edmonton and Calgary systems are growing rapidly.
Feature Story: Virginia & Truckee is Alive and Well
Feature Story: Morrison Knudsen Locomotive and Car Building Activities
The Rio Grande Railroad is becoming a part of merger talks.