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100477 No.132930   [Reply]

The Overland Route to the Road of a Thousand Wonders
(UP and SP from Omaha to San Francisco)

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Nice find. Thanks

>> No.132948  





>> No.132950  

And since much always wants more...


That ought to keep you lot out of too much trouble.

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70480 No.132889   [Reply]

I'm just gonna leave this here.

>> No.132900  
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Cheap rip off of the look&feel of The Perry Bible Fellowship. Anyway, this rip off is better.

>> No.132913  

If you want some le edgy PBF ripoffs just go all the way and read Electric Retard.

>> No.132918  


>this rip off is better

I respect that that is your opinion, but not much else. That comic just tried too hard to be "lol so edgy".

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>EFC is a cheap rip-off of PBF
>> No.132931  

Ha, you don't get it. The first one (OP) is completely random. The second one provides a justification, incidentally one inferred from reality, and therefore is better. Ever heard of a privileged psychopath that kills people for fun, a thrill-killer?

>> No.132932  

Touched a nerve there, huh?

>> No.132942  

Excuse me for not doing a full psychological evaluation on my web comics before deciding which one makes me laugh.

>> No.132943  

Excuse me for having taste.

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145432 No.132924   [Reply]

...so what did you guys think of the toy train fight scene in Ant-Man?

Clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muYbXyYxd5E

>> No.132939  

Lol. Did they find the guy from the old Twilight Zone/Outer Limits too? (forgot which, too lazy to google).

>> No.132941  
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That's actually breddy gud!

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83523 No.132883   [Reply]


Will that be enough, or ought they add 'rabbit lights' -- strobes programmed to flash one after another?

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Washington Metro has had this at every station for ages, save for the pedestrian crossing bit. Lights on the platform flash when a train is approaching.

>> No.132928  

More like they weakly dim. Not like anyone pays attention to them anyway, the hot blast of sewage-smelling air is a better warning system :D

>> No.132933  


This is all true.

>> No.132936  

I've seen them, I think they're a great idea! Not so much to keep people from walking off the edge but for when you're standing ready to embark, staring at your phone, they'll blink as if a heads up to be ready

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351899 No.132935   [Reply]


Does anyone remember playing MSTS? If you do, do you remember at the big terminal on the Settle Carsile line, if you make it past the station and through the train yard (the consist I used were the two BNSF locomotives backwards, so I could drive forward on it), you can make your way onto some secret line that isn't marked on the map? It's been years since I played it and I dunno if anyone else remembered it but google searches didn't help me find anything on it so I thought I'd ask here. The only memories I have of it was that the scenery was very bare and it had a few unnamed stations every now and then. Can anyone who has this game try it out? Or is it a lost cause? Thanks.

No.132863   [Reply]

Locomotive found in collector's shed in England!
I'd love to find a loco in a shed
Like how Duke The Lost Engine was found

>> No.132925  

Mah nigga! Have you tried taking a local trip around of trying to find and enter (within legal and moral parameters of course) abandoned buildings.

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1221326 No.132874   [Reply]

somebody is doing a thing

>Great Lakes Basin Transportation
>never actually in Great Lakes basin..
>> No.132880  

Am I looking at a map from the future? I thought the 3rd airport was dead?

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Isn't this same basic route the same reason that CN bought the EJ&E?

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There's a bunch of community meetings scheduled, uh right now and preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement


the Principals are ex-SantaFe and muh 'private capital' and eminent domain so picrelated?

>> No.132887  

I really have wondered lately how using eminent domain to build a railroad(freight) would work. I'll have to keep up with this.

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when you look past 'trains!' a railroad is a company that owns land

GLBT has announced they're at the 'acquiring' part - I think Kelo v New London will play hard and long

There's also a yuuuuge amount of hot money looking to move (out of china..) and laundering via 'real estate partnerships' is the other big play here

I'm fairly sure this will progress to the land buying stage, but much less certain it will ever turn a wheel..

No.132888   [Reply]

What reports were you telling us all to read to get a true picture of a company's worth and operations as compared to the puff pieces they put out for investors?

I'm at that point now that I need to start investing and I can think of no better or wiser a man than you in that respect.

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you still CaNoodle?


>Employee Share Investment Plan (CN contributes..

Transports and Resources are a tough play in the short-to-medium term because 'liquidations' and muh coal, and the bears are assembling for a parade on Wall Street..

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88954 No.132859   [Reply]

http://www.railengineer.uk/2016/04/20/safe-tea/ -- No doubt the acceptance procedure was most enjoyable, too.

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I'm genuinely surprised they didn't already have something like this. Your average 'Murkan MOW crew has the odd cooler strapped to the back of a tamper or some other such machine.

<===and then there's THIS

>> No.132864  

Most of us aren't even that lucky. I have to pee and shit in the woods/people's property more often than anything.

Forget about special little carts for tea. Bring a thermos if you need something hot.

>> No.132865  

Having to trudge from one end of a possession to the other for a cuppa just has to be a lot more annoying than a snarl of vote-hunting politicians.

>> No.132866  

Make one that brews coffee and I'll bet work gangs in the US would pool up their own money to buy it!

>> No.132867  


>I have to pee and shit in the woods/people's property more often than anything.

It would be a glorious day if a property owner went to court against a Class 1 because they found one of the MoW taking a shit in their yard.

>> No.132871  

The device can dispense hot and cold water, it seems, so coffee should not be a problem. Heck, it even has storage space for cup noodles or something like that, so there is a way to keep the gang fed.

>> No.132875  

When it comes to tea, us Brits don't fuck around.

>> No.132876  

>>132861 -- Some say the tea faucets are in Uji, others say Shizuoka.

>> No.132885  

(no longer able to resist...) But all we really know is that he's called... the Stig!

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184244 No.132852   [Reply]

Hmm... The Taroko Express's moé-form looks... well... not exactly Taiwanese, now does it?

>> No.132853  

I will probably never understand what compels people to make art like this.

>> No.132857  

I'm most tempted to think "Neon Genesis Evangelion meets Star Wars at a swimming pool".

http://safebooru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=1735099 -- At least Safeboory tries hard to be SFW.

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Well... for some values of SFW, anyway...

http://safebooru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=1648231 -- Vania600 strikes again.

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