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Friday, February 3, 2012

Closer

Can you feel the ground shake?

4 comments:

  1. Yeah! I waited long enough. Now I see the train, and the ground IS shaking. It probably isn't the train.

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  2. I love the whistle your trains have - much better than ours!

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  3. That puppy had five engines and was about a mile and a half long. It took more than five minutes to clear the crossings because it was taking its own sweet time.

    The only drawback to those horns is they're required to sound them before each grade crossing no matter what time of day it is. Here we have two major crossings and two obscure (like dirt roads that nobody uses even in the day time). So imagine about 40 trains or more each day (and night) sounding the horn four times as it rolls through town

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  4. BTW - I liked the old steam train whistles

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