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Remarks: Its about getting the right cars to the right customer, the CSX-crew is performing a good job in Palmer on a cold November Day. I like these little scenes that depict everyday railroading around the country.
Didn't see a single kick. Good shots of some local activity though. Kicking is when they make a reverse move and brake the locomotive and release the car at the same time allowing the car to roll to a stop where it is meant to go. Kicking tank cars isn't allowed by the FRA.
Posted by kicking cars on August 27, 2010
UPRR Stockton, CA still does flat switching (kicking cars) The night crew switches/kicks about 100 to 200 cars each night between midnight an 6am
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