Employed as: APE, for 20-30 years
Posted: 10 August 2017
Ok , so they dragged them 500 miles to be switched out but did they
drag them right past a yard that used to switch them out and are still
switching cars for other industries right in the same towns and areas?
why the hell run them past a yard that is actively switching and did
those cars in the past 250 miles out of the way just to bring them
back? This is crazy shit! Time lost on the cars being delivered to
the customer and extra track miles and times on the cars. How can that
even be considered precision railroading?