Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
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Amtrak resumed service west of Albany this week after debris from the crumbling Central Warehouse fell perilously close to the tracks. Service had been suspended for three days and caused no shortage of logistical challenges for Amtrak workers, passengers, and city and county officials.

On this episode of "The Eagle," former Times Union business editor Eric Anderson talks about the impact of the track closure, and ongoing issues with rail infrastructure in the region.

Also on this episode, we'll talk to hiking enthusiast Stash Rusin about his side hobby—tracking down plane crashes in the Catskills.

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