The Cog Railway is up and running as normal Saturday after an unexpected obstacle stalled operations Friday.
Passengers Friday tell 11 News a boulder fell onto the tracks, forcing those on board to exit the train, walk past the boulder and get onto a new train to finish their trip down the mountain.
The Cog Railway general manager tells 11 News that the boulder did not cause any damage to the tracks, and it has been removed. Those planning to take a ride up the mountain Saturday will be able to take the trip as scheduled.
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