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Concept map runs high-speed rail line running through Chattanooga

(Source: www.nooga.com, February 6, 2013)

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Could a national high-speed rail hub be in Chattanooga's future?

Most experts would say no, but a California-based group of cartographers hasn't let that stop them from mapping out a concept of what a transcontinental railway system could look like.

A quick glance of the new map, created by First Cultural Industries of Berkley, shows a line of 220-mph rail passing through Chattanooga, between Minneapolis and Miami. The map has been making the rounds on the Internet since being revealed earlier this week.

Full story: www.nooga.com

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

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