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Rail firm eyes upscale NYC-Lake Placid train

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A national railroad tourism company wants to run upscale passenger service between New York City and Lake Placid, using the former New York Central line out of Utica. While still years away from actually happening, it could potentially mark the most active use of the 119-mile rail line through the wild central Adirondacks in a half-century. Iowa Pacific Holdings of Chicago and the Adirondack Rail Preservation Society on Thursday announced they had signed a memorandum ...

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