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Remarks: On a somewhat gloomy day, four ex-Southern Pacific units on the former Baltimore & Ohio, presently the Buffalo & Pittsburgh, pass by the tower at Ashford Junction. The train here usually operates over this section of the line in darkness, but an outlawed crew the night before accounts for its presence in daylight. My last trip by this tower was in 1976, so I was amazed, and pleased, to see it free of graffitti and shattered windows over thirty years later.
Hi, Nice Video. what do you mean by Outlawed Crew?
Posted by James on January 18, 2010
The term outlaw, or outlawed, refers to a train crew which can no longer remain on duty because they have reached the maximum number of hours they are allowed to work. All they may do is be relieved or deadhead to a "home terminal" (such as the place where they came on duty near their point of residence) or an "away from home terminal" (such as an approved hotel) to begin a period of rest.
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