Re: Rail-peds?

Potr zebie /
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Nah,

I worked in reality tv for a long time and some crew members we knew worked locally in their respective states when we went dark for a month or two between seasons.

I didn't know the girl personally but there was an incident a few years back (i wanna say in tennessee but it's foggy) where there was a shoot on some tracks that were supposed to be "dead". She didn't make it home.

> Stephen Keller Wrote:

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> > Les B. Wrote:

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> > Trust me guys, I had 40 yrs. On the railroad. You do not want to do

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> > this. No matter how dead you may think a track is. Every where I've

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> > worked on in various states , the local gandydancers, have souvenirs ,

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> > they have confiscated, from riders trespassing on R.R. property. And

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> > photos of grisly accidents . Bikes, acts, mopeds, hikers, scrapers,

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> > always lose against a train.

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> Sober people are not hit by trains. That said, you have no business on a

> rail line, it is private property and you can be cited for trespassing,

> I know, I used to ride my Honda next to a rail line to get to the store

> when I did not have a valid DL, I was stopped by a railroad cop, he was

> cool, let me go without a citation, but I learned a lesson. An Engineer

> radioed me in, the same D-bag that waved at me...but they really are

> only concerned with your safety. Where the video was shot is in a far

> less regulated part of the world. It sure was beautiful though.

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