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Help the ‘Skunk Train’ Get Back on Track

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It all came to a screeching halt last month for the “Skunk Train” in Mendocino County.

It’s been around since 1985.

A cave-in happened about 35 miles east of Fort Bragg.

The train is used for passengers and freight. The repairs come with a hefty price tag — $300,000.

You can help the train get back on track by donating. Just head over to

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  • John

    There are some factual errors in the TEXT part of this posting. Please watch the video for CORRECT information.

    1. The railroad has been around since 1885 ( not 1985 ).

    2. The cave in occurred 3.5 miles from Fort Bragg ( not 35 miles )

    3. The historic railroad’s equipment is stranded on the short side of the cave in, landlocked with no way out to the rest of the world!

    PLEASE HELP! Donate today or take a shortened ride, or both TODAY!