PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
WORKING ON THE RAILROAD —  A crew of county museum volunteers get together on Friday to restore four miles of train track being preserved for eventual use by the public. Track crew members, left to right, are Keith Berry, museum commissioner and project manager,  62, El Dorado, Ben Cunha, 28, Diamond Springs, museum volunteer since age 8, Jeremy McCormack, 28, El Dorado, Brett Soto, 26, Sutter Creek, on the bobcat, Bob McCormack, 54, El Dorado. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

El Dorado County Historical Museum restores Old Track. A crew of volunteers get together on Friday to restore the four miles of train track being preserved for eventual use by the public. Track Crew: Keith Berry, Museum Commissioner and Project Manager, 62, El Dorado, Ben Cunha, 28, Diamons Springs, museum volunteer since age 8, (20 years) Jeremy McCormack, 28, El Dorado, Brett Soto, 26, Sutter Creek, on the bobcat, Bob McCormack, 54, El Dorado. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

By From page A1 | November 9, 2010

After nearly five hours of testimony, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, Monday, opted to defer a decision on “rails versus trails” due to a technicality.

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