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    Abandoned Railroad
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    Abandoned Railroad

    August 18, 2019


    Okay ladies and gentlemen, I have a video up
    to the bridge right now I’m going to continue walking northward
    this is the FEC Railway the abandoned portion and I’m going to continue
    walking northward now so let’s just see what this looks like over here this
    is North of the Flagler Street crossing. And this is totally totally abandoned here. this is the South and this is North there hasn’t been a train through here
    since 2008 Looking South again and looking North. You see nature is taking this back. I wonder what that sign held up maybe an
    end of the track or who knows maybe it was a whistle post but why would it be in the
    center of the track right and then starting to get a little bit dense over
    here signs of life here nature is definitely winning the battle
    to claim this. Look at this, these pine trees are going to be looking like that in a few years. yeah guys I think try walking a few more feet but over there it’s really
    dense yeah that’s the end of the trail here I
    don’t know I want to venture out because I don’t know if there’s anything yeah you can’t see that line anymore it’s
    all consumed by bushes it so we’ll just walk South again remember him? yeah well it’s pretty in there. I’m guessing it was put in there by the FEC and not by somebody. I wonder if that might’ve been a No because this was dark territory there was no signals here so it
    was nothing railroad related we’re going to use the East trail It’s a shame because other than shrubs and pine trees and grass seems like it
    could still be used Further down the line I saw rails that were made by our
    Maryland in 1928 so not bad for it being almost a hundred years old right ? Okay guys guys you guys are going to walk the bridge
    with me East that would be West I used to be a gymnast in my past life
    so let’s see I still remember how to do it! a little bit more tense than what you
    can see on the video you can see further about some cross ties are rotten like
    that one skip that one It was all busted up look at that walking on top of the
    steel beam there so I have reinforcement in the bottom North. South you got to be on top of your game here, this
    might have been essential to the crossing. You can see the wood there in the bottom Sweat is dripping down my arm! feels great though guys is a part of history
    all right guys also leave you know I thank you very much for accompanying me on this
    tour please subscribe or like over and out.

    Exploring Abandoned Railroad & Crossing
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    Exploring Abandoned Railroad & Crossing

    August 13, 2019


    Hello ladies and gentlemen so an
    update on an abandoned railroad crossing over here at Southwest 8th St. and SW 69th Ave so over here a few months ago I filmed this crossing where you can
    see the cantilevers are missing the light and gates, crossbucks. I came to see
    what else had been removed and at first glance it appears that they
    haven’t touched anything else this is walking westward and SW 8th ST Where that Walmart is, that was the sight of Everglades Lumber, until 2008 when it closed. So on that side, opposite side
    which would be the North side of the crossing you had the relay case and then here it
    this would be track view South. And here you have the cantilever and where the
    crossing gate once was. Notice the cut wires there and the four screws that held it
    up this was all a Harmon Cantilever yeah you can see the brackets for the lights there. Nothing else. Track view South This line actually ends four blocks
    South of here home at Southwest 12th ST have a video where I filmed the end of the line. It’s fenced off. yeah you can see this beyond that you
    can see the remnants of the rail bed but nothing else give you a quick
    glance here that there is Voodooo.
    There’s a dead chicken in there. Whoever dropped that off thought that this track
    will still active and that the train was going to take away the bad spirits but
    there’s no train or bad spirits so jokes on them right ha ha ha. Track view South. Give you a walk here… see concrete cross ties one and two
    among all the wooden cross ties. that house has probably been there as
    long as the railroad it’s about the late 1920s or maybe earlier than that. Wow!
    look at that building it’s totally covered in vines oh crap that’s amazing. Oh! Again I got all these guys sticking
    along with me. This here is a mango tree. Been picked clean. okay Mobile home park there. damn I hate when these go inside your shoe, pinch you all over the place makes it uncomfortable to walk Can you see a date on there? hey guys this is all the end of the line
    is about a hundred feet that way getting kind of cloudy and windy so I don’t want
    those oh well you just walk a few hundred feet here and show you the There’s a spur here. Man! Look at this. This is freaking torture. Cheese 2 so this is the FEC track that
    connected to the main along US one in Southwest 88th ST and then led into the
    Oversea Railway but look at this. It’s a Wheel stop by Hayes, old school. so yeah the end of the track is just like I said about a hundred or so feet over there
    where I have a video on so I’m going to head back before the rain guys- feel it
    in the wind now walking northbound and this way it
    went about maybe five or so miles then it went were the Miami International
    Airport is went around the airport into the Hialeah yard which still exists.
    Currently the Hialeah yard is the southernmost point for the FEC Railway now. Oh God! Another one. Those things are ruthless. I don’t know why I find this to be such a beautiful sight you think so? If you agree with me, comment below. I
    don’t know it’s just maybe the history and it’s the potential
    that that there is here or that there was here Or that nature is reclaiming what once belonged to man. take that in for a second look at how
    old that is all in all, this track isn’t in bad shape for something years old right? and here we go SW 8th ST. Our original filming spot. So now, we were facing West. Now we’re going to be facing East. Alright guys, I thank for your accompanying me on that tour. Please Subscribe or Like! Take care, over and out.

    What Are The Bags Next to the Railroad Tracks ?
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    What Are The Bags Next to the Railroad Tracks ?

    August 9, 2019


    so right now I am in Hialeah Florida
    that’s right next to Miami it’s actually to the west of Miami
    Florida and Florida man at any given railroad crossing you will find these
    bags coconuts on the train tracks so I’m gonna include a Google Maps link to this
    location where I’m at you guys can follow along are the bags that I’m
    referring to see you right there you got one two three four a couple coconuts
    five six seven and boom here is your answer what’s in there
    to the dead chicken now here’s another ticket why are there so many dead
    chickens that are given no no Posse in Hialeah Florida or South Florida simple
    answer this is of buidling Santeria Santeria is an afro-cuban religion where
    to put a spell on somebody you go to a voodoo doctor or a parallel and that you
    these people make a killing they pay like they literally make a trillion as
    you can see here but they literally make a killing and aside from that they make
    a lot of money because people pay thousands of dollars to put a spell on
    somebody or to put negative vibes they call it my Dale whole like an evil eye
    on somebody so yeah they paid thousands of dollars
    and then these people what they do is they sacrifice a chicken or a go to
    whatever saying corresponds to the desire that the person is asking for it
    and then when they do sacrifice chicken they put it in a bag and throw it
    trackside so the Train can whisk away the bad spiritual implement when I used
    to walk to the railroad the engineers that had this route didn’t want this
    route because they were weary of the bad spirits are gonna go on the train
    personally I just believe it’s not a mumbo-jumbo I’m not really into that
    kind of stuff I personally believe that there’s no scientific explanation for
    somebody cutting a chicken’s head off or killing a chicken or a goal and then
    that has an impact on my life but there’s some very weak minded people
    that do believe in that nonsense and then the coconut is also it has a
    similar it has a similar effect but what that is coconuts again so these coconuts
    we have a white pinstripe on kind of are used like let’s call it a spiritual
    cleansing of a house so like let’s say you have the back room of a house you
    just purchase the house we move into a house and you want to cleanse it of all
    the evil spirits what they do is they put the coconut in the back room of the
    house and they kick it through each and every
    corner of the house well first of all has to be a dried up coconut and they
    paint a white stripe on it I don’t know why the white stripe but yeah so they
    start off in the back room to kick it throughout the whole house and it’s
    supposed to take away with it all the bad vibes it’s supposed to help you with
    your mentality for your spouse to remain loyal to you for good health except
    cetera again I don’t believe in this nonsense but a lot of people do and
    there’s big money in it like some of these people live in mansions and have
    nice prized because people pay for this nonsense so this is just one side of the
    crossing right this is the west side of the crossing and you saw how many bags
    you counted here right let me take you to the east side of the crossing so you
    can see all the more oh we’re not that busy but gets person traffic okay so as
    I said I’m an East 10th Avenue there’s a really case so these are the
    FCC tracks that’s iris interlocking that’s all
    these tracks run east and west or whether you have the CSX tracks that run
    north and south so here you have more bugs one two three four get all this
    crap and this is incredible and then the smell here there’s another coconut
    there’s another dead chicken more coconuts here chickens bones people this
    could pose our health our health our risk because you know chickens have been
    known to have a B coli Salmonella so yeah that stuff gets into the ground and
    into the drinking water not to mention it’s like people walking by and they
    might touch it or come in contact with it school kids with their book bags and
    whatnot yeah it’s not a very pleasant thing this was actually taken to the
    Supreme Court in 1993 and the Supreme Court ruled in favor of call it the
    animal killings because it’s a religious freedom so these people are allowed to
    continue such barbaric practices which is a shame because I’m an animal lover I
    have dogs and I can’t imagine anybody killing an animal just because they
    think it’s going to better their life or worse than somebody else’s it’s it’s
    truly pathetic but what can you do it’s the world we live in so yeah guys I
    thank you for watching this video please subscribe or like tell me what
    you think down below of this barbaric practice take care the way

    Abandoned Railroad Industry Spur
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    Abandoned Railroad Industry Spur

    August 9, 2019


    Hello ladies and gentlemen today. I’m over here in East Hialeah, Florida I just next to the east 71st street crossing over there and This here is I used to be a spur that serviced these warehouses. Obviously abandoned now they used to lead into there And here we see the rails this would be facing North now. There we see where the rails were cut off and then here is where the cross ties are. These are old SCL wooden cross ties These cross ties I guess they were recently pulling them you can see that they’re freshly scraped off And then that right there is East 71st street crossing. We have a big signal And I saw another Cross tie over here, i’m going to show you guys. This probably would have been the end of the track here. There’s 1 And then there’s a little here and then over here was where that spur was paved over you can see Right about there, you can see the indents in the pavement Alrighty guys, please subscribe, like, or share. Thank you very much for viewing over and out

    Railroad Crossing Former Site near Miami International Airport
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    Railroad Crossing Former Site near Miami International Airport

    August 9, 2019


    Hello ladies and gentlemen today. We have another heartbreaker over here on Northwest 72nd Avenue. Just a few blocks away from the Miami international airport I’m going to zoom in to the control tower That right there was the control tower for Miami international Airport And over here. I’m going to show you the sad sight we have for today. This is a concrete foundation That held up the cantilever at the crossing You see the four screws that hold it up? And the wires that were cut right there And here we see the foundation for the crossing gate with all the wires that supplied it with electricity Over here, you can still see parts of the crossing, some of the ballast. This would be facing West. see I was trying to see if there was a tie plate or railroad spikes, but no such luck So yeah now I’m going to go facing East So you guys I think there’s still some rail left on on the east side Okay bear with me. It could be a very busy road at times Okay guys, so I made it to the median and here you can see the median crossing or what was the median crossing? and then Over there is the east side And I am going to cross now as soon as all these people coming Northbound cross. So this is where the crossing used to be on this side Here you see the four screws that held it up, the wires are gone. There you see another part of the crossing and where the relay case was Please subscribe or like guys. Thank you very much for viewing over and out

    Miami Railroad Crossing & CSX Train
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    Miami Railroad Crossing & CSX Train

    August 8, 2019


    Bell Sounds Hey guys, guys and gals this is CSX train O721 at the North West 71st Street crossing. Hialeah, Florida. train horn He’s going to be headed, right now he’s heading South South and then he’s going to be heading West To pick up some rocks in the rock hoppers. out near the Everglades inaudible Show you guys this big signal over here train horn This is for
    iris, iris interlocking where the FEC crosses with the CSX alright guys please
    subscribe or like thank you very much for viewing over and out