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109718 No.125534   [Reply]


>> No.125538  

That has to be the cutest way ever devised to preserve a railway line.

>> No.125554  
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Dawww. Happy Birthday, Tama-chan!

>> No.125557  
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I'm just sayin' it will be soon to get another cat.
inb4 h8, I am a cat lover.

>> No.125576  


Of course. 16 is pretty old for a kitty-cat.

>> No.125577  

Nitama has taken on some duties already, it seems.

>> No.125588  

Yup there's Nimata who will likely be the full successor, but she also has Chibi who is her current assistant. She's only like a year younger, but still she will probably outlive Tama.

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277953 No.125570   [Reply]

All I wanted was to find some qt3.14 diaperfur "art".

>> No.125571  

With regards to furfaggotry and foaming over trains, they seem to go hand in hand most of the time.
There's also quite a good handful who work in the railway too. Not me though, I'm just an engineering student who has art of himself in the uniform of a fictional railway from somewhere...erhem.



I hope you have adblock revved up

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>> No.125584  

Wrote a userscript to hide the fat-ass ad div they put at the top of the screen and everything.

My OC wears clothes covered in trains because I'm a true Kidfur degenerate.

No.125506   [Reply]

UP train on the Huey P. Long bridge gets derailed in high winds.


>> No.125508  

Is there any sort of wind speed limit on bridges like these?

We don't have any railroad bridges like this in Houston, we do have a high road ridge that was closed when this same storm hit us yesterday.

Also anyone know why the power flash at Raising Canes? I mean I saw the power line get severed by the falling cars, but if that was powering the building wouldn't it stay off?

>> No.125509  

No idea. Maybe they have a generator and it kicked in?

As far as wind speed restrictions? None that I know of, but I'm sure they'll make up a rule for it now.

>> No.125510  

Found the answer for the power on reddit

"The reclosers (basically a smart circuit breaker) are designed to shut off when there is a fault (that giant explosion you saw). And then they wait a bit and reconnect and check if anything is still wrong. In this case it looks like it saw the disturbance, shut off, and then restored power. Pretty sweet if you ask me."

Anyways I could see the necessity for wind restrictions in conditions like these. I'm sure a remote anemometer can't cost too much.

>> No.125517  
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At least the wind didn't take the whole bridge

>> No.125522  

That happened to me once in Montana. Minus the train actually falling. Strong storm winds were rocking the train so hard that it sided out for like 4 hours. That was especially bad for us hobos onboard who got rained on and shaken by wind for 4 hours.

>> No.125543  

Where was this? Reverse image search doesn't bring anything back..

>> No.125544  



>The bridge was originally built from iron in 1882 and was billed as the "Eighth Wonder of the World", holding the record as the tallest railroad bridge in the world for two years. In 1900, the bridge was dismantled and simultaneously rebuilt out of steel to allow it to accommodate heavier trains. It stayed in commercial service until 1959 and was sold to the Government of Pennsylvania in 1963, becoming the centerpiece of a state park. Restoration of the bridge began in 2002, but before it was finished, a tornado struck the bridge in 2003, causing a large portion of the bridge to collapse.
>> No.125555  

Well I think BNSF has a wind restriction in place at the old C&S High Bridge in Cheyenne Wyoming
Cause when the wind goes up traffic increases around my areas
The bridge still says C&S on it driving on Lincolnway

>> No.125559  

We had this happen in Chicago about two years ago.
double stackso love to flip over in high wind.
surprised they weren't any flip overs in the Rochelle tornado.

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2553 No.125539   [Reply]


> gAs the train was completely exiting, somehow, the gentlemanfs backpack got clipped on to the locomotive, which pulled him under,h she said Wednesday. gThe train (operator) had no idea and left the station.h

This is being reported by all media as definitely not a suicide.

>> No.125546  

Definitely not the first I've heard of a backpack getting someone killed by a train.

>> No.125547  

This is why you stand behind the yellow line

>> No.125551  

This is why you face TOWARDS the rail, behind the line.

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I remember reading about it happening in New Jersey once.


Most importantly, this is why you stand and walk clear of the train.

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87571 No.125552   [Reply]

Resort and Amtrak officials in talks to restore Denver to Winter Park ski specials on a permanent basis; awaiting OK from Pedro.


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107141 No.125496   [Reply]

This movie featured out of control trains helicopters lots of stunts and the actor that played Captain Kirk can you name the movie?

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Nope. Never heard of this 'CP' either.

>> No.125500  
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>> No.125502  

What is "Disaster on the Coastliner"?

I'll take rail preservation for $5, Alex.

>> No.125503  

>>125502 You are right but if I had used the word train implying only one then it would have been Unstoppable. YOU NOW RELISE THERE ARE TWO MOVIES WITH ACTORS THAT PLAYED CAPTIN KIRK INVOLVEING TRAINS AND HELECOPTERS.

>> No.125507  

The American education system, ladies and gentlemen.

>> No.125513  

It's spelled "edumacashun".

>> No.125518  


It teaches us to hate our country (and ourselves, if we're white), but not much else.

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We had a thread on this back in 2010.
"If you drive this ship, you seem to get a train movie too."

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17634 No.125477   [Reply]

http://jernbanearkivalier.dk/dsb_instrukser/uniformer-lokf-1991.pdf -- Uniform clothing available to DSB (Danish State Railways) staff in 1991. Pages A14-A16 show maternity clothing.

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Huhuhuh, huhuhuh...you said DSB.

>> No.125514  

Oopsabompsadaisy... forgot to mention that these uniforms were for drivers and motormen.

>> No.125515  

http://jernbanearkivalier.dk/prvb_materiel/index.htm -- This page (on the same site) contains drivers' manuals for the Class Y »Lynette« DMU and the class MX locomotive. Mind, they are in Danish, so they won't be of much use for most of you.

http://jernbanearkivalier.dk/dsb_vognmateriel/index.htm -- Some might find the brochure »DSB Udflugtstog« ("DSB Excursion Trains") interesting. DSB had some cars with a dance floor and DJ!

>> No.125533  

Man, that flu has really been screwing with me. Now I forgot to mention that the brochure was published in, I think, 1968. The Korean disco cars are not quite as innovative as their owners would no doubt like to think.

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>> No.125523  

lol metrorail

>> No.125524  

There's a Denver in Africa?

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2194973 No.125525   [Reply]

So apparently a station on the Talyllyn Railway was broken into and trashed. Can't imagine what scumbags would do this.

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50879 No.125516   [Reply]

+blink+ +blink+ Whisky Tango Foxtrot, over?


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