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Jul 27, 2013 13:21 |  #1

Even a 1% grade can make a train snort to lift the tonnage, although passenger trains never seem to have much of an issue in that regard.


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Jul 27, 2013 22:07 |  #2

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Jul 29, 2013 04:03 |  #3

we have a 0.4 grade hill that can slow a train down by 10-20 mph depending on tonnage at notch 8


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Jul 29, 2013 20:52 |  #4

Watching trains lifting the tonnage up a grade is one of the best parts of being trackside


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Jul 31, 2013 05:26 |  #5

really like the first one


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