Some of the local rabbits have been congregating near this hulk, presumably because it's ready shelter.
Lisa was there when a sheriff's deputy came by and ran the VIN on the hulk, but when it came back with no warrants, she deputy had no further interest in it. Today, I finally got around to calling the city about it, and someone from the city called me back to say that she'd be out probably tomorrow to placard the car and confirm that it was on city property. If after three days no action is taken, and assuming that it is city land and not still part of UP's property, they'll have the car hauled away. It doesn't look to me or Lisa as though it's good for anything but scrap value, but getting rid of it will reduce blight conditions. Although it looks like the bunnies will miss having it there.