A group of people from Georgia have set up a dog park in an abandoned abandoned railroad car in eastern North Carolina, which was part of the same rail line used to transport food and coal during the American Civil War.
The abandoned car is a remnant of a small railroad station which was built in the 1830s.
The station is currently being used as a visitor attraction and is expected to reopen in 2019.
The site of the abandoned railroad is a small gravel parking lot, which sits between the Blue Mountains National Recreation Area and the Appalachian Mountains National Park.
The Blue Ridge Mountain Dog Park is located just outside of Wilmington, North Carolina.
It has a small pond, dog park and the site of a cabin.
It is expected that the park will soon reopen after the closure of the nearby railroad.
“We are in a bit of a pinch right now because we are trying to do all of this without the funding,” said Tom Schatz, who is the owner of Blue Ridge Dog Park.
“I’m trying to find the right way to get the money in, without the government funding, so we can do the job that we are supposed to do, the work that we’re supposed to be doing.”
Schatz has owned the abandoned car since 2013.
He said he has had some issues with the government for years, but this is his first time ever being forced to make such a choice.
“It’s a tough time for me, but I feel like it’s something I can’t take back,” Schatz said.
He has been using the car for the past 10 years, and said he is “pretty happy” with the conditions.
“The car is still pretty bare, it’s still got the water pump and everything,” Schitz said.
The owners have spent a lot of time trying to save the car.
“One thing that I am pretty confident about is that it will be safe,” Schats said.
They are hoping that the closure at the nearby rail line will allow them to continue the work on the park.
The park is not currently open to the public.