7 for Woodhaven. 8 cars counting the one for Extech.
Bracdude181 wrote: ↑Tue Mar 28, 2023 8:37 pm Side note: it’s been one year and four days since that incident. Crazy how much has changed since then…Nice of you to mention that. You didn't seem to feel that way a year ago.
AceMacSD wrote: ↑Tue Mar 28, 2023 7:02 pm Unless you're an actual railroad employee who's qualified to PROPERLY use a PROPERLY calibrated radar device, please don't mention train speeds. Your false information can have consequences on those employees who're actually doing their jobs. What you may have considered "clocked" isn't an accurate measure of the precise speed the train was operating at. Please stop posting this false information. Watch the train, take your pictures, (all without trespassing) and be thankful there's still a train running these lines, but stop posting inaccurate information on train speeds here.Pipe down. It's possible for people to figure out the speed of a train. The speed of my vehicle was matched exactly with the train, and it read 25, if you were there, you'd know. It's also easy to compare the speed of this train with other trains that run at the same speed. If it wasn't a safety concern from people who have seen a thing or two, it wouldn't make a difference. I really don't care if you "work" for a railroad, or this railroad (even after a representative from the company came on here and said no employees are on this forum), just because someone is a buff doesn't mean they're automatically wrong about what they say.