3.5-mile-long train powered by nine little engines that could
If you saw a train more than 3 miles long Friday, you weren't hallucinating.Beginning about 12:30 p.m., a test train with 295 rail cars and nine locomotives left Dallas' intermodal yard and made its way along a track parallel to Division Street in Arlington and through Davidson Yard in Fort Worth.
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#1 Jan 11, 2010
I am sure you followed the train along the highway. When and if you decide to run these on a regular basis and we experience a UDE walking will take a long time. If a UDE happens in a town you will have the whole town tied up. Doesn't make good sense to run these things but every few years some collage educated idiot thinks it would be a great idea but eventually you return to normal sane operations.
#2 Jan 12, 2010
Just think about if there was a problem with the train and an ambulance was sitting there. Its bad enough with 8-10000 feet.
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