oibu wrote:Well since my previous thread was locked and everyone insisted that the information I seek regarding current operations is posted here, which it is not, and makes no sense since NOTHING has been posted in this thread since May of 2008 (LAST YEAR, 15 months ago), I guess I'll have to just ask again here. So do they really normally still run Mon-Thurs, and about what time do they typically leave the pit?
Also to clear up from the other thread, at least some other railroads do in fact list NHNC as the billing code. NHNC= NEW HAMPSHIRE NORTHCOAST CORPORATION.
Well, since you prefer to be more hostile when you were directed to the proper place to post your question or see if it had already been answered then I dont know what to tell you. We like to keep all updated/pertinent/single railroad info in single threads so its easy to find what you are looking for. And with NHN not much changes at all in their schedules. Their schedule since the big dig ended pretty much has not changed to the T. If it does change, its on a minutes notice from the TOM in Ossipee. Grab a radio, plug the repeater in and listen. Or bring up the online Maine RR scanner....NHN is on their list. 18 months! Must not have changed then!....Oh wait...it HASN'T.
The thread was locked because you were directed to the proper location to post or search for your answer. Does not mean you could not ask your question again here. Forums arnt that hard. If you think we are being too hard, try posting in a tech forum. If nothing was posted here...then I guess you could expect NOTHING in an additional thread...pretty plain and simple.
And your NHNC does nothing to clear anything up. NHN is their reporting marks. The fact that so an so sitting behind a desk at some remote terminal or in a nice office that has no ties other than an other railroad has nothing to do with what the railroad is properly known as, and reported as such. New England Southern is listed as NES on some of our billing sheets....still doesnt change that we are NEGS, referred to as NEGS, and bill our stuff as NEGS. Just because someone else has it as something doesnt mean its right. And 2nd of all...the east coast railfan mistake is calling it North Coast thus NHNC and not the Corp part. Yours is the first explanation I have heard where the C stands for corporation. Not saying its not out there, but the east coast railfan mistake is misspelling the name.