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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Daniel Bocknek
"We're doing as much as 26 runs a day," says Mr. Bocknek, a recent graduate of Lake Braddock High School. "You get a lot of kids here, but also teens. I asked my date to go to the prom with me on the train."
Usually, though, it rolls on a 1.75-mile track through the park at a child-friendly 10 or 12 mph, says train engineer Daniel Bocknek.