The rail line through Duncan will see some action over the next two weeks.
Trains haven’t run on the line for years, but the Island Corridor Foundation will be using heavy machinery on and around the tracks to do maintenance.
“Members of the public are reminded that the rail corridor is active, and that moving railway equipment can occur at any time,” the ICF said in a press release. “For the safety of the public and railway workers, members of the public should not enter the rail corridor or be within 50 feet of railway equipment. Drivers are reminded to be prepared to stop their vehicles whenever public roads cross the railway tracks and to be alert for oncoming railway equipment.”