Cleaning Up the Tracks: Superfund Meets Rails-to-TrailsHarvard Environmental Law Review
AbstractFor more than one hundred years, railroad cars rumbled and roared along tracks in the Coeur d'Alene River Basin, serving the mining industry in the Panhandle of northern Idaho. As in many parts of the American West, the history of railroads in northern Idaho largely reflects the history of mining in the region. The first gold was discovered in this area in 1883, the same year that the area saw its first line of the Northern Pacific Railroad. In 1885, the Bunker Hill mine was established near the present town of Kellogg. Four years later, the first rail line of the Union Pacific Railroad arrived.
Citation InformationClifford J. Villa. "Cleaning Up the Tracks: Superfund Meets Rails-to-Trails" Harvard Environmental Law Review Vol. 25 (2001) p. 481
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