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wow - not good!
I'll be darned, trains can do burnouts too!
Wonder if pneumatic breaks are engaged? Each car has its own compressed air storage tank for emergency breaking if the car lost compressor connection from locomotive.
@solidsarcasm Yes, they work the exact same way, in case the cars come apart, and to make them safer to work on.
I thought it said smoking weed !!!:o
A track side sensor should pick that up before the bearing fails. Hopefully!
I have seen this when the driver (railroad engineer, locomotive engineer, train operator, train driver) activate the independent air brakes..
But this look more like both axels are damaged.
I am an airbrake mechanic, working on locomotive and freight braking systems. I certify that this is NOT good ")
@solidsarcasm Thats it, I'm asking my boss lots of questions tomorrow lol.
it's like someone hotboxed the boxcar
That's why they have a whole buncha wheels! You can lose a bearing here and there and just deal with it later.
Those darn FEMA trains catchin fire!
Well...that can t be good.
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