A Norfolk Southern rail car had a little trouble staying upright and on the tracks as it passed through Logans port this afternoon, scattering some parts along the way. Featured Photo by : @ franruchalskiphotographer Tag @inraillife in your photos, … Continue reading Keeping things upright,
Some days you just want to hit the snooze button a few more times! This is what happens when your training consists of “that’s the go go lever and that ls the whoa whoa lever”!!! . Big Fail Friday Featured Photo by: Richard Green via @trainman264 (see full post) Continue reading Sleeping on the job!!!!
A runaway freight train travelled 56 miles with no driver after maintenance workers mistakenly applied brakes to the wrong locomotive, an investigation has found. Mining company BHP‘s 268-car iron ore train had to be deliberately derailed after hurtling away at speeds of up to 101mph in a remote area of Western Australia. The crash south of Port Hedland on 5 November destroyed two locomotives, 245 freight cars, and 1.2 miles of track. No one was hurt. The accident began after communication was lost between the front locomotive and a monitor at the rear, according to a preliminary investigation report published … Continue reading Runaway train travelled at high speed for 56 miles without driver!!
New Mexico State Police said a train derailed near Logan in part because of intense winds, just as the train crossed a trestle over a deep … Continue reading Wind blows train off the tracks!!