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ZackAttack

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Guest Fatbody

that learn is wizzyack wizzack wack

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Guest Abc Eater

good stuff

 

Nice heist peice and if i think there's an OATS???of Cold fusion crew......:o

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Guest bigdork

Oh boy! some old Learn dirt looks like 98 or 99, pretty funny! nice cathes, mber,worm, nekst, jbue.

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Hee hee hee..."No More Than 4"

...That's miles an hour folks...as in, don't hump cars at more than 4 mph or you could fuck them (or their contents) up on impact with a stationary line.

I've seen em hump much faster than that though, when they're in a hurry or training a new conductor.

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Guest HELEX
Originally posted by ZackAttack

 

I was wondering the same thing myself... At first it appears to mean that only four autoracks can be grouped together at once.. but you rarely see only four or less in a line ever.. Perhaps it means that a certain shipment to a specific manufacturer can only recieve four cars at a time? Who knows... I've seen plenty of autorack lines stretching over two miles in length. I know a csx worker who can tell me so I'll try and ask him before the weekend is over.

 

 

 

I BELIVE IT MEANS NO MORE THAN 4 CARS CONNECTED TOGETHER AT ONCE CAN BE HUMPED!sO IT MEANS YOU WONT SEE FOUR AUTORACKERS CONNECTED BEING HUMPED TO ANOTHER LINE OF CARS.THE WEIGHT OF THESE CARS IS SO MUCH THAT WHEN BEING HUMPED THEY WILL LITTERALY KNOCK THE OTHER CARS OFF THE TRACKS!aNY OTHER QUESTIONS JUST HIT ME UP!!!!!!

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Guest SPFlatty

two ill gesr's out of three aint bad...

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yeah. Someone finally caught a manik freight. Taking an educated guess here - those manek and bruiser peices are from the same freight

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