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how difficult is it?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by subcon, Oct 29, 2003.

  1. subcon

    subcon New Jack

    Joined: Oct 29, 2003 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 0
    I've been told (by an American), its quite difficult doing trains in the U.S, too much security, so ya'll mostly do scrab trains... A friend of mine said, they shouldn't be complaining, the europeans has it just as difficult, and we still hit trains hard..
    Wondering what other U.S's has to say, and europeans aswell....
     
  2. swiss cheese

    swiss cheese Senior Member

    Joined: Sep 4, 2002 Messages: 1,262 Likes Received: 0
    blah blah blah...

    This has been debated a thousand times in other threads. Who knows really? Cleans DO get painted in America and some run even, but most get buffed that morning. I can't speak for all of America though, since it's a big place. My guess would be that more writers in Europe are concentrating on the subways, and the trains run more often and longer than in the states. I don't know about difficulty.
    Let's just not make this into Some America versus Europe debate, alright?
     
  3. subcon

    subcon New Jack

    Joined: Oct 29, 2003 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 0
    aint trying to make it some U.S vs Europe battle, just wanted to hear how it went down, aight.
    Just registered as a member, so haven't read all the threads, theres alot of shit inhere you know!
     
  4. hottnickels

    hottnickels Junior Member

    Joined: Sep 25, 2003 Messages: 178 Likes Received: 0
    it's helpful to use the search function to dredge up some of the info thats already available...there is a lot of arguing that's gone down about where is tougher, etc..

    in america, frieghts are numbered in the millions
    they traverse nearly every populated area in the u.s., and a lot of unpopulated ones as well...
    there are thousands of layups directly next to major highways, train bridges through downtowns, tracks through big intersections...
    it is a good way to get up all over...

    painting freights is not so easy all the time.

    painting commuters and metros is hard, all the time, and they rarely run..
    it's strictly for fun.


    ..i've hit cleans on both sides of the pond
    i would rate the missions on a similar level...
     
  5. Rectum

    Rectum Senior Member

    Joined: Nov 13, 2002 Messages: 1,501 Likes Received: 0
    but what about australia boys?
     
  6. swiss cheese

    swiss cheese Senior Member

    Joined: Sep 4, 2002 Messages: 1,262 Likes Received: 0
    I think it's important BEFORE you post anything to spend a few days or weeks just reading the forum. I actually spent a few months just observing, looking at graff mostly, until I couldn't hold my tongue any longer. No diss, just friendly advice. I'm sure there are plenty of guests just reading without posting.
     
  7. kido

    kido Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 16, 2002 Messages: 1,463 Likes Received: 0
     
  8. subcon

    subcon New Jack

    Joined: Oct 29, 2003 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 0
    aight, so thats how it's going down, gonna be checking out alot of threads then, till I cant hold any longer too.
    thanks yall 'preciate it
     
  9. Overtime

    Overtime Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Apr 22, 2003 Messages: 13,986 Likes Received: 311
    we talkin freights or subways?
     
  10. swiss cheese

    swiss cheese Senior Member

    Joined: Sep 4, 2002 Messages: 1,262 Likes Received: 0
    pretty obvious

    trains foo!
    subways, commuters.
    Freights get hit hard here and not in europe so why would he ask???
     
  11. fatbastard

    fatbastard Elite Member

    Joined: Jun 30, 2002 Messages: 2,879 Likes Received: 9
    it depends really, freights are a lot easier to hit than transit in any city/state, and the difficulty of them varies state to state...i know in "PERTH west AUSTRALIA" they are extremely difficult and people wait a long time just to get 6 minutes....this is because there is apparently only 4 lines/divisions, but they have all sorts of razor wire, censors, cameras and random security checks in the yards.

    in MELBOURNE wholecars get done and the transit scene is big and people claim yards...you will get seriously fucked over if you hit a yard that isnt yours people are territorial with them, and you have to have a real knowledge for how they run, then its all good from there.

    SYDNEY'S trains are double decker thats all i really know about them. and thats all the info i think i will drop...ive dropped too much already
     
  12. fuckoff

    fuckoff Junior Member

    Joined: Feb 3, 2003 Messages: 223 Likes Received: 0
    freights run longer.
     
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