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288010 No.124246   [Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNOImG1T2Yk -- It's been a while, hasn't it, since you last heard a straight-eight? Here's a Scania D815 powering a Y7 railbus.

Pic of a Y7 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SJ_Y6

>> No.124251  
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Why is it so many other countries have this track arrangement? Never seen it in Murka, learned about it the hard way numerous times in MSTS.

>> No.124252  

>>124251
It looks like they're protecting the main. We have some switches with similar effect.

>> No.124254  

>>124251
It's equivalent to trap points or a derailer, but means that a slow moving train won't end up eating ballast if it moves in error or. It's also conveniently futureproof if it's ever desired to double the stretch of track in question.

>> No.124260  

>>124251
i think in the past it was more common in the US, until passenger ops started dropping off and railroads got more stingy about turnout installations.



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297325 No.124235   [Reply]

Looks like the first glimpses of the E235 have surfaced

From /r/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37jQohGMH-w

>> No.124243  

Video removed too!
You railfans seriously should consider using a more reliable video site.

>> No.124247  

+blink+ +blink+ That face looks so much like an alarm clock that might end up giving a new meaning to 'clean one's clock'.

>>124243 -- Define 'reliable'.

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>>124243
Part of me wonders what's at play.
I can understand the Tokyo Metro rage vid considering complaints were filed and people got upset. Not quite sure what's up with the vid here though. The uploader is also prominent. Neither videos are mine.

Either this dragon is having bad luck or 1chan is bad luck. Or it's 2chan's fault!

>>124247
Other notable mentions include phones, ovens and apple products

>> No.124255  

Apple products?!? Dear Lord, they've jinxed it!



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86119 No.124196   [Reply]

An utter facepalm moment.

>> No.124208  

The train is always right.

>> No.124211  

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Not sure which line, but it's definitely their Metro Rail. Lot of idiots out there.

>> No.124221  

>>124196
Retards gonna retard.

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>>124221
Retarders gonna retard

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>>124239

>> No.124244  

>>124239

Nice.



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137729 No.124227   [Reply]

Too much?

Pic from http://lgbfreundesaar.kostenloses-forum.be/lgbfreundesaar-beitrag5579.html



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479079 No.124197   [Reply]

http://trn.trains.com/news/news-wire/2015/02/ns-unveils-southern-heritage-sd40-2

NS dug the first SOU SD40 out of retirement, rebuilt it, painted it SOU again, and designated it their new heritage unit

>> No.124198  

God damn that's sexy.

>> No.124201  

I heard they are to be doing the same for NS 1580, the first N&W SD40.
Think they might do it for Conrail?

>> No.124204  

oh wow It runs long hood forward
Which I still think looks odd hehe
But I believe it was for safety

>> No.124206  

>>124201

>the first Conrail SD40

u wot

>> No.124213  

Man I hope it comes through the local corridor, I'd love to see that

>> No.124223  

>>124201 No plans for Conrail. We should see the N&W unit soon though. Current rumor is for these units to be used in 21st century steam service with Sou 4501 & N&W 611.

>> No.124226  

I meant a former Conrail Locomotive in general... Although NS does have a few former Conrail SD40-2Rs.



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33421 No.124224   [Reply]

Hyperloop Construction Starts Next Year With the First Full-Scale Track

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, the company that wants to move the revolutionary transit system out of Elon Muskfs brain into the real world, plans to start construction on an actual hyperloop next year.

OK, it will only run five miles around central California, and it wonft come anywhere close to the 800 mph Musk promised, but itfs a start.



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155100 No.124199   [Reply]

What do you think about this? https://www.facebook.com/IHateTrains

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"I Hate Trains
Month o' May 6, 2013 ·
Trains= scary shit when you're zoned out driving"

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They're certainly entitled to their opinion.

Also, lol using a picture of that suburban Seattle anti-light rail sign.



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13445 No.123364   [Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jxddyFHx-A -- Something tells me I should have stayed in bed...

>> No.124184  

Bump



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1025 No.124040   [Reply]

Why do you guys like trains so much?

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>> No.124064  

I am pretty general but tend towards infrastructure and safeworking.

>> No.124067  

It is a superior method of transportation folded over 9000 times.

>> No.124068  

Always liked them and as I got okder I liked learning the history behind the companies.

Now I work for the railroad and I have a different view of it all. The charm has worn off now, but I still love it.

>> No.124069  

2, 3, 6, 13, 21, 29.

IDK am I weird yet?

>> No.124071  

Nah, you're perfectly normal. Can't say that much about the folk around you, though... #straightfaced

>> No.124085  

>>124068

The charm wore off? How do you still love it if the charm wore off? Or is it too complex to really put into words?

>> No.124095  

>>124085
The romanticism of it all has worn off. Sitting on the engine doesn't have any child like wonder to it anymore. It's just a job for the most part, now. I mean, I love my job, but the mystique of railroading is no longer there. You don't wonder where those cars are going. You know where they're going. Meeting a loaded coal train isn't something you try to catch on video, it's something stopping you from getting home.

I love the railroad, and love learning more and more about it, but the things that once captured your awe and imagination are now just part of your working day.

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I used to liek ariplane. I could go to an airport and park under a runway and watch planes take off and land day and night. It was pretty cool. You could take a girl and make out and finger bang her in the backseat and stuff. Now after 911 you can't get near an airport to planespot. So I changed over to trains. They're big and loud and always a different color scheme. Like when we had delta and eastern and all of dem different painted planes. I haven't tried to finger bang a chick when a train goes by because tfw no qt 3.14 gf.

>> No.124128  

>>124121
If you love plane spotting I'd recommend going to the Founders' Plaza at DFW if you're ever in the area.

It's a nice setup, has a radio feed of the tower, covered seating, free binocular machine things, and plenty of parking. If I ever have a gf again I'll probably take her there.

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This ad for a heritage railway in Australia perfectly embodies the feelings I have for trains.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYEfzopALrw



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192867 No.124084   [Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmtU-bLyReU&index=2&list=PLm3zZmST-doNYhvS0pPRGIWQGj3pHLgtJ

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Some dorky and way off-topic punk rock did. Here, have some tickets to Fruffummfffumff.

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I clicked on it, and it was nothing but sophomoric whining.
not even the mspaint special effects could save it.
picture related about the wine-ing.

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Maybe they'd like some cheese to go with the whine...

>> No.124103  

>>124084
Eek gross. Here have some good whiny hobopunk. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v0dUnoecoZ0

>> No.124110  

God dammit.

>> No.124137  

I don't see anything train related in OP post.

>> No.124156  

You are safe in traffic, then. There is nothing train-related in it. Much better to type "I'm a Train" into Google and click on a Youtube link mentioning Albert Hammond; something like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3tlCqqg7lw At least you can stomp or even sing to that.

>> No.124157  

Of course, if you'd rather headbang your noggin off, there's always https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_N7gjzZkzII (Princess Of The Night w/ Saxon)



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