Here is a selection of somewhat recent positive developments in the world of American railroad heritage preservation.

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While I generally don’t like to complain and rant on complaints, in my web-browsing I found myself facing a rather awkward Google Map.
I have know that the GIS data they use can be erroneous at times (often based on census-data, which uses its own created “places” that often don’t correspond to the residents’ or historians’ conception of an area), but this example is rather atrocious in terms of classic cartography.

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