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Cooperstown RR X-ing

Getting Upgraded Today

For years, drivers have experienced filling-shaking jolts at the railroad crossing at the west end of Cooperstown's Walnut Street, that ends today. Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad and village crews are collaborating in bring the crossing up to par. Here, village crew memberjChris Satriano spreads blacktop between ties placed by the railroad crew, at Street Superintendent Mitch Hotaling, right, and Byron Bubencik look on. The job is expected to be done by the end of the day. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.copm)
For years, drivers have experienced filling-shaking jolts at the railroad crossing at the west end of Cooperstown’s Walnut Street.  That ends today: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad and village crews are collaborating at this hour in bringing the crossing up to par. Here, village crew member Chris Satriano spreads blacktop between wooden ties placed by the railroad crew, as Street Superintendent Mitch Hotaling, right, and village crew member Byron Bubencik look on. The job is expected to be done by the end of the day.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.copm)

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