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Mile-long oil train moves on Oregon side of gorge

(Source: Associated Press, April 24, 2014)

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Representatives of Friends of the Columbia Gorge said they met with Union Pacific officials earlier this month and were assured the company was moving only a few cars of oil on the Oregon side of the gorge, and no mile-long trains carrying solely oil. But an amateur photographer looking for wildflowers photographed such a train a week later.

Full story: Albany Democrat-Herald

Friday, April 25, 2014

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