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In the third installment of our "Life Along the Rails" series, The News-Times examines the people and businesses who rely on the Redding train station on a regular basis.

Who rides the rails here, and where do these folks come from? What kind of ridership numbers does the quaint Redding station get?

What businesses count on commuters to fill their coffers? What goods or services do these businesses provide?

How much did it cost to repair the section of track washed out between Redding and Bethel last spring? Could a washout happen again?

To learn the answers to these questions and more, be sure to read "Life Along the Rails," exclusively in the Sunday, Jan. 15, print edition of The News-Times.