Thunder Bay Ontario - An attraction at Centennial Park could get back on track for the summer, if Thunder Bay city council agrees to repair the Muskeg Express.
A memo from Councillor Andrew Foulds will ask council to use $50,000 from the stabilization reserve fund to pay for the repairs.
The memo does not specify what needs to be completed to get the train operational.
The attraction was closed last summer, after city staff had to look at the train, and see what work was needed to ensure it was safe for park visitors.
If approved, work would take place so the train could operate this summer.
Construction Season Coming
Other improvements include the CN crossing on Cumming Street and the CP crossings at Neebing Avenue and Crawford Street.
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