Officials have estimated it would cost $175,000 to replace the engine, and Kupper said officials will need to decide whether to use city money to pay for it and recoup the cost through fees or find a concessionaire that wants to provide the train and charge its own rates for rides.
Officials have estimated it would cost $175,000 to replace the engine, and Kupper said officials will need to decide whether to use city money to pay for it and recoup the cost through fees or find a concessionaire that wants to provide the train and charge its own rates for rides. The Wichita Eagle
Officials have estimated it would cost $175,000 to replace the engine, and Kupper said officials will need to decide whether to use city money to pay for it and recoup the cost through fees or find a concessionaire that wants to provide the train and charge its own rates for rides. The Wichita Eagle

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