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Post Posted: 06:03pm - Jul 21,16 
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I am scouting a spot that is by a public trail however I have to cross railroad tracks. Can I get in trouble for just crossing them?


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Post Posted: 06:52pm - Jul 21,16 
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If it's the section I'm thinking, it's because the path was taken out by the overflowing creek several years ago. It is for the safety of the bikers because the path got washed away and a biker could ride right into the water unknowingly. I have ridden my bike around this before, knowing I would have to walk my bike when I came to the damaged path. They were supposed to fix the path years ago, but I think the delay has something to do with the fact that the railroad is involved in the project.

Does this sound like the area you are referring to?

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Post Posted: 07:28pm - Jul 21,16 
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Yes and I did hear that a flood took the bridge out. It does sound like the same place. I am going to try it next time. Worse case is I get skunked which isn't new in this heat but at least I can scope it out and see how it looks. I will send you a pm if it turns into anything decent.

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