CSX Conductor wrote:Normally you'd drop the train at south end of the main, bring loads for Leominster to north-end, head-pin the power and run lite to south end. (The rear of train was usually Reisners empties to go in.) Switch out Reisners and when done put their loads onto the train left on main and run lite up the siding, grab the loads for Leominster and head north. On the way back from Leominster come to south end of runaround, head-pin, grab the stuff left there, back to train, do brake test and head home.The floods in March washed out the track past the Risner siding switch. From what I understand from a conductor friend, they now load Risner's cars on the "main".