A rather large Westbound stacktrain on the Water Level Route
Added: November 30, 2008
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2 engines pulling 158 cars. Must have had many empties. Listening to the locomotives engines, it sounds like they're running almost at full throttle. Maybe there should have been another engine or two, to help with the load. Nice video. No one would ever expect to see that many cars behind only two locomotives.
This train should have at least a pair of widecab units sandwiching a standard cab, or maybe a trio of AC6000CW's lugging the train in case there's a mountain in which there's very steep hills while going up a grueling hill nearby and how long the train is, anyway nice video.
Posted by Clark J Sprigman on January 20, 2009
How the hect can 2 locomotives pull that many well cars? Isn't usually 3 locomotives hauling a train that long? Wow! I've never seen anything like that in my life. Great video!
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