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UP files suit on Mosier project

Signal towers mark the western end of the existing 1.35-mile railroad siding at Mosier. Union Pacific’s proposed $42 million “Mosier Siding Extension Project” calls for a total of 4.02 miles of new track to be added to the siding so trains won’t be forced to stop as they pass through the area.

Photo by Jesse Burkhardt
Signal towers mark the western end of the existing 1.35-mile railroad siding at Mosier. Union Pacific’s proposed $42 million “Mosier Siding Extension Project” calls for a total of 4.02 miles of new track to be added to the siding so trains won’t be forced to stop as they pass through the area.



Union Pacific Railroad has sued the Wasco County Commission in federal court over its rejection of a proposed expansion of tracks near Mosier...

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