The Bureau of Reclamation’s contractors show up shortly after the cars are spotted to begin unloading. The Limpia-Rescado project is at a stopping point until some cement is delivered.
“Just in time,” the truck drivers keep repeating, “Just in time!”
The Limpia-Rescado Project is designed to add a couple of thousand acres in irrigation in the valley. The Limpia Canyon Northern crew has been told to anticipate a little upturn in fertilizer traffic and possibly some loads of outbound onions in the coming years.
Limpia-Rescado Project – Making Limpia Valley Bloom
Now an interesting feature of the Limpia Canyon Northern is that most of the layout is set in 1990. As a result, most cars are designed to be dual-era cars when possible. These cars were becoming rarer by 1990, but some were still on the rails.
Here is the other side of the cars appropriate for 1990–
We will see in the coming years if the Limpia-Rescado Project affects LCN traffic into Sanderson.