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Several years ago on a trip along the Chilean coastline we noticed that as they were building the Pan American freeway they were also building new over and underpasses for an abandoned rail grade. When we asked why, the explanation was that at some time in the future, all they would have to do is reinstall the steel rails. Is our future so written in stone that we will never go back to rail transportation, or should we learn something from the Chileans.

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