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Tunnel 26 Spur

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The ballast regulator described here (Steve Hart)
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This small railroad spur was used for years as a place to store maintenance of way equipment. When the line was mothballed in 2006 a ballast regulator was left behind, where it remains today. Ballast regulators are used to distribute the rock that makes up the railroad right-of-way.

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