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Norfolk Southern’s short line partner, Pan Am Southern, suffered a partial tunnel wall collapse in mid-February. NS is now reporting that the line which passes through the tunnel will be out of service until at least the end of March. NS released the following service alert yesterday:
Following is an update on the Hoosac Tunnel service disruption on Norfolk Southern’s partner line, Pan Am Southern, which affects all trains operating between Mechanicville, New York, and Ayer, Massachusetts.
Pan Am Railway continues to work on repairs but the line is expected to remain out of service until at least the end of March. NS continues to work with our interline rail partners on detouring over alternate routes:
Customers with traffic moving through this area should expect delays of 48-72 hours.
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