Toxic Trains 

What poisons travel the rails through Tucson?

Diesel cranes rise against a cloud-riddled sky, their low groans echoing past warehouses and open fields. One by one, they are righting freight cars that stretch like dead insects along the downtown rails, wheels dangling midair or sunk in the trackside mud…

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