Oil Trains Along Lake Champlain Are a Concern 

The first railroads that snaked north into the Adirondacks carried iron and lumber. Later, they accommodated tourists. Today, the tracks that follow the western shore of Lake Champlain are ferrying something else: crude oil. Apparently a lot of it. Canadian Pacific,…

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