Headin’ for Falls



Crews from Vinton Construction are making good progress in ripping up rails and ties on the Plymouth- Sheboygan Falls rail line. The work has reached the Bridgewood Road crossing as the crew progresses toward the east. The process consists of ripping up existing rails and cutting them into sections to be hauled away for scrap, as well as pulling up existing ties. The next step in the restoration of the long-dormant line will be to put in new ballast, ties and rail. The goal is to have rail service restored between Plymouth and Sheboygan Falls by 2015. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Crews from Vinton Construction are making good progress in ripping up rails and ties on the Plymouth- Sheboygan Falls rail line. The work has reached the Bridgewood Road crossing as the crew progresses toward the east. The process consists of ripping up existing rails and cutting them into sections to be hauled away for scrap, as well as pulling up existing ties. The next step in the restoration of the long-dormant line will be to put in new ballast, ties and rail. The goal is to have rail service restored between Plymouth and Sheboygan Falls by 2015. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner


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