Stack of railroad ties finally headed out of Salem
Railroad ties along the proposed bike path next to Route 28 will soon be taken to a wood-chipping facility. (ADAM SWIFT
As a huge stacks of railroad ties site along Route 28, one selectmen, usually Stephen Campbell, asks when the railroad ties will be removed from the area.
The 5.1-mile rail trail has been in the works for over a decade and is expected to be completed by next fall.
When it is finished, it will be part of a 115-mile Granite State Rail Trail that will extend from northern Massachusetts to close to the Vermont state line.
Hargreaves said he has spoken to David Topham, co-chair of the group, about the railroad tie issue. Hargreaves said there was an issue with finding a facility where the railroad ties could be disposed of properly.
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