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    Learn to Count with Shawn the Train  –  Fun and Educational Cartoon for Kids
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    Learn to Count with Shawn the Train – Fun and Educational Cartoon for Kids

    October 14, 2019


    Hi, my name is Shawn.
    I want to help you learn numbers. Let’s count all the objects in my wagons. I have ONE(1) car. ONE(1) TWO(2) construction cones. ONE(1), TWO(2) THREE(3) drums. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3) FOUR(4) wheels. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4) FIVE(5) mailboxes. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5) SIX(6) jars of jam. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6) SEVEN(7) keys. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7) EIGHT(8) balls. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8) NINE(9) nails. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9) And TEN(10)… Oh, no! My crates fell on the ground.
    Now my wagon has ZERO(0) crates. Help me count to TEN(10) to put them back in my wagon. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9), TEN(10) We did it! Thank you!
    Now we’re ready to go. Let’s go! Wait car! I didn’t mean you go, I meant “Let’s go!”
    Ok. Let’s count numbers one more time. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9), and TEN(10)

    Body Found On Tracks Closes Metro Rail
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    Body Found On Tracks Closes Metro Rail

    October 14, 2019


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    Man killed by light rail train in Rancho Cordova
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    Man killed by light rail train in Rancho Cordova

    October 10, 2019


    YOU ARE WATCHING KCRA3. WE BEGIN WITH BREAKING NEWS. [CAPTIONING SPONSORED BY SLEEP TRAIN MATTRESS CENTERS, YOUR TICKET TO A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP!] A MAN IS DEAD AFTER BEING HIT BY A LIGHT RAIL TRAIN IN RANCHO CORDOVA. KATHY PARK IS LIVE FOR US ON THE SCENE. WHAT CAN YOU TELL US? WE HAVE LEARNED THIS HAPPENED AROUND 3:00 THIS AFTERNOON. THE PEDESTRIAN MAY HAVE BEEN DISTRACTED AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT. LET’S SURE YOU SOME PICTURES THAT WE GOT SHORTLY AFTER THE ACCIDENT. THE MAN WAS WALKING NORTHBOUND ON WHITTIER ROAD WHEN THIS HAPPENED. THE TRAIN OPERATOR SAW THE MAN, TRIED TO BREAK, BUT IT WAS TOO LATE. HE WAS EXTRICATED FROM UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN AND TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL, WHERE HE LATER DIED. POLICE SAY THERE WAS NO INDICATION THIS WAS A SUICIDE. HE JUST WAS NOT PAYING ATTENTION TO THE LIGHTS, ELVES, AND CROSSING GUARD BARRIERS THAT WERE DOWN AT THE TIME. THERE IS AN INDICATION THAT THE PERSON WAS POSSIBLY DISTRACTED WITH HEADPHONES THAT WE ARE STILL INVESTIGATING THAT AT THIS TIME. BACK OUT HERE LIVE, THE ROADS HAVE REOPENED AND ALSO WE SAW A COUPLE OF TRAINS GOING THROUGH HERE AS WELL. THINGS ARE SLOWLY GETTING BACK TO NORMAL. BECAUSE THIS TYPE OF TRAGEDY HAS HAPPENED IN THIS COMMUNITY RECENTLY, A COUPLE OF TIMES IN THE PAST FEW WEEKS, POLICE ARE ASKING ANYONE WHO HAVE TO GO THROUGH RAILROAD TRACKS, WHETHER DRIVING, WALKING THROUGH THIS AREA, TO BE EXTRA VIGILANT.

    High Speed Run | Rajdhani Accelerates Chambal River Goes Lethal
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    High Speed Run | Rajdhani Accelerates Chambal River Goes Lethal

    September 13, 2019


    Rajdhani Departs Kota Greets Avadh Express Whines Accelerates Over Chambal River Bridge 2 Doggy’s Inspect, Whines LC Gate Burns Tracks Keshorai Pathan Burns Tracks Arnetha Burns Tracks Kapren Speeds Ghat Ka Varana Burns Tracks Laban Slows Down Lakheri Burns Tracks Indargarh Sumerganj Mandi

    Engineer Steve showcases the High Output Ballast Cleaner
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    Engineer Steve showcases the High Output Ballast Cleaner

    September 10, 2019


    I tell you what, I am so excited tonight
    possibly because of this stuff. This is ballast. This is the foundation of the
    railway. The railway that in the UK is 200 percent more busy than it was just a
    few years ago. Yes – this stuff is getting worn out. How did you replace it? With a
    sexy system like this. This is the High Output Ballast System. Let me show you
    how amazing this is. Alright, that engineering train behind
    you is over half a mile long. Why? Because it replaces the length of four football pitches a night in a few hours. This stuff, new ballast keep our trains
    running on time. This takes three years worth of planning. Why? Because while this track is being replaced that line over there is open at line speed. It’s like
    taking the M1 and taking a centre lane of the M1 and running all of the traffic
    at full speed around it. This is no simple task. This is complicated and keeps the passengers running. Let me show you even more! It’s the team that make this really good
    because we use the same systems in France and in Holland; but in Holland
    they take 52 hours to do renewals like this and in Paris in France they do the same
    thing but they open the line at 35 kilometres an hour. Not this British team,
    not this High Output Team because they open at “high-speed hand back” – 90 miles an hour. What does that do? It allows us as passengers to get there quicker. That’s
    what we want! That’s a railway fit for the future – and that’s what this team are
    doing right now!

    The Number Adventure at the Train Factory with Shawn and Team! – Full Cartoon
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    The Number Adventure at the Train Factory with Shawn and Team! – Full Cartoon

    September 2, 2019


    (Speedy) Hi, I’m Speedy! We’re here to take you to the train factory. (Rusty) Hi, and I am Rusty the robot. We are very glad you are coming along. Look, here’s Shawn on the monitor. (Shawn) Hi, how are you? I’m very happy that you’re coming to the factory! (Dexter) OK, Shawn, I am moving out ten containers. (Shawn) Thank you, Dexter. You can help us build the trains and learn about the numbers. On the way to the factory Rusty the Robot will show you what we do here. I suppose you’ve met Speedy, too. He’s a quick little train but I think Rusty will keep him in check. (Rusty) OK. You can operate this train. Push this lever forward to accelerate. We cannot travel faster than ten miles per hour. We want everybody to be safe at the factory. (Speedy) I can go a lot faster than ten miles per hour, but the robot won’t let me. (Rusty) We’re going a little too fast. Pull this lever to slow down to ten miles per hour. Thank you. Here we test different trains. We use numbers a lot. We count train parts when we build trains. We count how many objects a train can carry. (Dexter) Hello everyone. (Rusty) Hello. (Dexter) Hey, Robot, don’t close the gate yet. Thanks. (Rusty) We also measure the weight of the objects using numbers. We calculate how much weight each train car can hold from a light ONE (1) ton to a heavy ONE HUNDRED (100) tons. We also measure distance and speed using numbers. We have slow trains like Donald and fast trains like Benny. (Benny) Okay Donald, Are you ready to race again? (Donald) Bring it on, Benny. (Rusty) By the time Donald travels THREE (3) sections Benny has traveled TEN (10). (Donald) Oh, no. Not again! (Rusty) When you go to school they will teach you about numbers and measuring. We’re arriving at the facility. (Shawn) Hi. I’m so glad you’re here. Let me introduce you to the team. You already know Speedy and Rusty and this is Donald. (Donald) Hi. It is very nice to meet you again. (Benny) I don’t know how you got here first. (Donald) I told you I would win this time. (Benny) I am very glad to see you again. Shawn, we might have to replace my two headlights. I don’t see well at night anymore. (Shawn) No problem, Benny. Dexter is coming back. (Dexter) It’s nice to meet you. Thank you for coming over to help us. (Shawn) Okay, it’s time to go to work. (Chief) Don’t forget about me.
    How are you doing. I am Dan but everybody calls me Chief. Okay, guys, I am not going to delay you. I have to go clean the test tracks. (Shawn) See you later Chief. Oh, wait! Let’s all take a picture. ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3). Okay, it’s time to go to work. We are at the Assembly and Repair Stations. The first number you will learn is the number 1 (ONE). We have one big container we have to lower. Go ahead and push the button. (Computer) Greetings! ONE (1), ZERO (0). (Shawn) Oops, right now we have ZERO (0) containers. (Computer) ONE (1) (Shawn) Okay, Donald, you can move it out. (Donald) No problem! Moving out ONE (1) container! (Shawn) Look, Benny is at Station Number 2 (TWO). He needs TWO (2) headlights replaced. (Benny) Okay, I am ready for my TWO (2) new headlights. (Computer) TWO (2) (Shawn) ONE (1) TWO (2) (Computer) ONE (1) TWO (2) (Shawn) Well done! (Benny) Thank you very much. Now I can see a lot better! (Shawn) This electric train needs THREE (3) doors. Thank you. (Computer) THREE (3) ONE (1) TWO (2) THREE (3) (Shawn) At Station Number 4 (FOUR) we install wheels. Release FOUR (4) wheels for this passenger car. (Computer) FOUR (4) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4) (Shawn) At Station 5 (FIVE) we weld steps. Do you want to help me weld steps? We’ve already welded FOUR (4) steps. We still need the step number 5 (FIVE). (Computer) FIVE (5) FIVE (5) (Shawn) Well done! This wooden train car needs 6 planks. (Computer) SIX (6) (Shawn) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6) We install glass windows at Station 7 (SEVEN). Okay, let’s install them. (Computer) SEVEN (7) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7) (Shawn) It’s okay. I have another one. (Computer) SEVEN (7) (Shawn) At Station 8 (EIGHT) we install bolts. We need EIGHT (8) of them. (Computer) EIGHT (8) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8) (Shawn) The next TWO (2) stations are different. Instead of counting objects we will measure distance and count the amount. (Speedy) Can I go with you? (Shawn) Of course! At Station Number 9 (NINE) we install engines. Instead of counting objects we will count distance. We have to lift the train NINE (9) feet to fit the engine. (Computer) NINE (9) (Shawn) ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9) At the last station we are going to fill the engine with TEN (10) gallons of oil. Instead of counting objects we will measure liquid using numbers. We are going to count backwards! (Speedy) I can count backwards. (Computer) TEN (10) (Speedy) TEN (10), NINE (9), EIGHT (8), SEVEN (7), SIX (6), FIVE (5), FOUR (4), THREE (3), TWO (2), ONE (1), ZERO (0) The engine is filled up! (Shawn) Thank you both for your help. Let me show you our secret station, Station Number 5 (FIVE). Can you help me type the password? (Computer) Please enter your password. (Shawn) The password is THREE (3), FOUR (4), ONE (1), FIVE (5), TWO (2). (Computer) I am sorry, try again. (Shawn) ZERO (0), NINE (9), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), SIX (6). (Computer) Access granted. (Shawn) Well done. This is our prototype train. He is a jet train. We call him J-1000. He can go up to 1,000 miles per hour. He is the fastest train ever built! (Speedy) Even faster than Benny? (Shawn) Yes! (Speedy) Wow! (Shawn) Do you want to see how the engine blades spin? Push the green button, number 1 (ONE). (Computer) ONE (1). Program activated. (Shawn) Now push the yellow button number 2 (TWO). (Computer) TWO (2). (Shawn) And now the orange button, number 3 (THREE). Do not push the red button or the jet train will launch. (Computer) THREE (3). (Speedy) This is so cool! (Shawn) Okay, let’s turn the engines off. Push… Oh, no! I got connected to the jet train. Help me get unstuck. (Speedy) We will! (Rusty) I will help you. Do you want me to push the red button? (Computer) Four (4). Data transfer complete. All phases complete. Autopilot activated. (Shawn) No! That button is not for that! (Speedy) Come on! Let’s help Shawn. Look there is another set of engines. (Computer) All phases complete. Autopilot activated. (Chief) My mustache! (Shawn) Can you help me disable the engines? You will have to climb onto the J-1000 and type the code. Okay! Jump on the count of THREE (3). ONE (1)… (Speedy) Look out! (Shawn) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3) (Shawn) Be careful! The code is ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9) (Speedy) Look out! (Computer) Activation code denied. (Shawn) No! (Rusty) Hold on! (Rusty) ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9), TEN (10) (Computer) Data transfer complete. Shutting down. TEN (10), NINE (9), EIGHT (8), SEVEN (7), SIX (6), FIVE (5), FOUR (4), THREE (3), TWO (2), ONE (1), ZERO (0). Program terminated. (Speedy) Wow! This was faster than 10 (TEN) miles per hour! (Shawn) Thank you all for your help. If you did not know the numbers we would not have stopped the jet train. It’s nice to have good friends who can help you when you need them.

    Several railroad crossings to temporarily close in Perrysburg
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    Several railroad crossings to temporarily close in Perrysburg

    August 31, 2019


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    11 Dangerous Railway Bridges In The World
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    11 Dangerous Railway Bridges In The World

    August 31, 2019


    facts verse presents dangerous railway bridges in the world number one kuranda scenic railway this railway runs from Kearns Queensland Australia to kuranda it is no longer used as a commuter rail and is now only used for freight services and as a tourist attraction it is 23 miles long to get from one end of the bridge to the other it takes about an hour in 55 minutes this includes the stop that the Train makes when it arrives at the waterfall number 2 Argo gede Train Railroad this train runs from Jakarta to Bandung each day it is a three hour ride that is as beautiful as it is dangerous at one point it passes over the suru tug pile on trestle bridge if you’re afraid of heights you should be sure not to look down to the deep subtropical valley below the last major accident on this train was in 2002 when it derailed number three trina– la nube Eze this train is also known as the train in the clouds it is the third highest railway in the world as it is 13,000 850 feet above sea level it connects salta in north central Argentina to the border of Chile in la poor Eva the railway has a total of 20 tunnels over ten via dots and bridges that are 13 miles high there are also very steep grades along the route you would need to be very brave to take a ride on this train number 4 chennai Rameswaram route this is a train that runs right over the Indian Ocean that was built in the 19th century due to the opposing force of the winds the train crosses the bridge very slowly it takes about 20 minutes to cross the bridge there have been some very serious accidents on the route due to strong winds the last major tragedy was in 1964 when the whole train was swept away in a storm it was the Dhanush Quixote cyclone that took the train off the tracks and it was one of the most powerful storms to strike the area number 5 Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway this railway is located in New Mexico and it is a tourist attraction it is the longest and highest steam railroad in the US with a track that is 64 miles long it passes between the border between Colorado and New Mexico the great heights at the winding track makes it one of the scariest railroads in the world number six the White Pass and Yukon Route this railway is a three foot narrow gauge railroad it links the port of Skagway Alaska with Whitehorse this train has had a variety of accidents which is what makes it so dangerous in 1951 the train caught a guardrail with its snowplow and it rolled over on its side in 2006 there was a serious derailment which killed on section worker in July 2014 the train derailed again where nine people were seriously injured number seven Georgetown loops railroad this is a 3-foot narrow gauge railroad that is located in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado the railroad route is four and a half miles long and its highest elevation is 640 feet it runs along mountainous terrain it goes over trestles fills cuts and a grand loop it is not just the train ride that is scary at the halfway point passengers can get off the train and walk five hundred feet into a mine tunnel number eight Oso minami route the assaut minami route is a railway that is very scenic and beautiful in some areas and very dangerous in others this train goes over a trestle that is thousands of feet off the ground the track gauge is just three feet six inches long and the line length is 11 miles the fact that this track goes from beautiful to terrifying makes this Railway one of the most dangerous in the world number nine the Burma railway aka the death railway this is a two hundred fifty eight mile railway that runs between Bangkok Thailand and Andrews yacht Bora the track gauge is a bit over three feet and the railway runs for 258 miles while this bridge does have its dangerous points along its route it is known as the death railway because of all of the workers that died while building the railroad the estimated number of deaths was twelve thousand 621 this was just in the matter of the six years that it took to construct the railway number ten by panjang bridge this is one of the most dangerous railway bridges in the world it is 1854 feet high and it spans over 2,000 362 feet it is considered one of the highest bridges in the world what makes it even scarier is that it has a hill that makes you feel like you’re on a roller coaster this railway at its highest point is considered to be the highest railway in the world anyone who has ridden this train and went over the loop will agree that it is the scariest train ride they could ever expect to take subscribe for more [Music] you

    Top 10 Dangerous Railway Tracks In The World
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    Top 10 Dangerous Railway Tracks In The World

    August 29, 2019


    10 Dangerous Rail Routes You Gotta Travel How many times have you found yourself day
    dreaming about a long vacation? Yea, it happens frequently and there aint
    any harm done! Those gorgeous beaches, sky high mountains,
    cosy resorts and tons of yummy food, who doesn’t want that? Your little dreaming adventure took you to
    places, having fun but there aint a thing about your journey, now that’s totally unfair! You obviously were planning to fly to your
    destination but rail roads have a charm like none other. The scenic views are impossible to beat in
    general but if you have a thing for thrills, we have you covered with these insane routes
    that will get the adrenaline pumping in you! Number 10. Georgetown Loop Railroad, Colorado
    A rail road some 195m high in the mountains has all it takes to attract people from around
    the world. Hundreds of people every year book tickets
    on the train to travel the 4.5 miles from Sliver Plume to Georgetown. This 3ft narrow gauge is located in the Rocky
    Mountains and can set your heart rate flying so think twice before you attempt this journey! But the gorgeous views from that height will
    do their best to distract you from the fear, uhmmm it might just increase that feeling
    also, not sure! Number 9. Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, New Mexico
    The 64 miles between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado host a 3ft narrow gauge
    heritage railroad that you just have to travel! It was built in 1880 as a part of Rio Grande
    Railroad San Juan Extension and since 1971 carries tourists through the scenic mountains! The name of the route is derived from spots
    it passes, Toltec Gorge which stands at 800ft and the 10,015ft high Cumbres Pass which is
    the highest pass in US! If loops, trestles, tunnels and narrow ledges
    don’t scare you, this is where you have to be right now! Number 8. The Death Railway, Thailand
    The 250-mile railway stretch from Ban Pong, Thailand to Thanbuyuzayat, Burma is a famous
    one, any idea why? Doesn’t the name ‘The Death Railway’
    ring a bell in your ears? This track was built after the World War 2
    with the help of prisoners of war and Asian slave laborers. The whole railway line sings the saga of the
    horrendous past of Thailand because during the 16 months that it was being constructed,
    nearly one hundred thousand laborers died! It might offer you incredible views but you
    will never look at it the same way now! Number 7. White Pass & Yukon Route, Alaska
    This 110-mile-long track connecting Alaska and Skagway was first opened in 1900 but had
    to be shut down in 1982 due to the collapse of the mining industry. It was reopened in 1988 as a heritage railway
    for tourists who want to delve into the scenic beauty of mountains and glaciers, keeping
    the thrill factor intact! You ask where does thrill and adventure make
    their way here? Well, it escalates to a height of 3000m so
    hold your breath while you are there, looking outside the window might be scary! Number 6. Tren a las Nubes, Argentina
    You know the route is special when it is called the ‘Train to clouds’, uhmm you don’t
    come across many trains taking you there, isn’t it an airplane’s job? That might just not be true because hello,
    this track is 4220m above sea level making it the 5th highest railway in the world. Going from the Argentine Northwest to the
    Chilean border, Tren a las Nubes was built originally for economic reasons in 1948 but
    now acts as a heritage railway for tourists. You’ll be mesmerized by numerous zigzag
    lines, 21 tunnels and 13 bridges that you will pass during your journey! Number 5. Kuranda Scenic Railroad, Australia
    This railway runs from Cairns, Queensland to the town of Kuranda, across the Barron
    Gorge National Park and is more of a tourist attraction than a regular commute up the mountains! The line was built between 1882 and 1891 and
    stretches for about 23 miles taking almost 2 hours to reach the top including the stops
    at the falls. Your journey will be eventful keeping in mind
    the 15 tunnels, 40 bridges, 93 curves and waterfalls that you’ll pass by, even getting
    a bit of sprinkling from them, sounds romantic? Number 4. Chennai-Rameswaram Route, India
    One of the most scenic rail routes of India is also a scary one, double fun! It includes a 1.2-mile-long bridge that connects
    Rameswaram on Pambam island to mainland India. The most interesting part is that it is the
    first cantilever bridge in India and was built over the course of 14 years, completed only
    in 1914! Standing at 12.5m above sea level, the bridge
    can be raised at the center to allow ships to pass. Though it stands strong on 143 piers, strong
    ocean currents and cyclones can cause serious damage to the bridge and train, yikes! Number 3. Narizdel Diablo or Devil’s Nose Train, Ecuador
    The 45-minute ride from the town of Alausi to Silambe is a dreamy one with mountains
    around, cool! Situated at 2700m above sea level, the Devil’s
    Nose section is considered among the most difficult railways to engineer and we can’t
    doubt that! Though the views are mesmerizing, they will
    vanish from your sight once you reach the vertical drop of 500m, the ride might restore
    your faith in God! You won’t want to climb onto the roof of
    the train for fear of your life, not that you are allowed to as it is! But you can still enjoy the thrill that will
    come with this ride unsaid! Number 2. Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway, United Kingdom
    Back in the 19th century, it was difficult for the two towns of Lynton and Lynmouth to
    rise economically due to the high cliffs between them. Therefore, in 1890, a railway line joining
    these two towns became operational, a good move we should say! While on the journey, you get mesmerizing
    views of Exmoor and the North Devon Coastline but don’t get too carried away, the thrill
    is waiting! There is a steep 500ft cliff with a 58% gradient
    that will leave you astounded! So get yourself on any of the two cars each
    carrying 40 people to delve into the natural beauty! Number 1. Aso Minami route, Japan
    Imagine yourself on a train that passes close by an active volcano! That is surely not many people’s dream vacation
    but we can’t deny that the experience would be pure thrilling! Not that the volcano is always erupting but
    being in a close vicinity of one that may just erupt…ooh we got goosebumps! The railroad connecting Takamori to Tateno
    Station in Minamiaso is without a doubt Japan’s most dangerous rail routes and you aren’t
    wandering off there with a weak heart by any means! Which of these railway lines seem the most
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    Road officials considering plans to improve 27th  Street railroad crossing
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    Road officials considering plans to improve 27th Street railroad crossing

    August 28, 2019


    20:16 Montana Department of Transportation study identified that railroad crossing at North 27th Street in Billings is one that could be improved today project managers and MDT officials met with the public to hear what the people of Billings have to say qts Mitchell Agee attended the meeting and joins us now with those details Mitch Russell Janelle the 27th Street railroad crossing is often a source of frustration for Billings residents according to the Montana Department of Transportation on average close to 15,000 cars crossed the tracks on 27th per day MDT wants to do one of three things to change that at grade railroad crossing they could either bring traffic over the tracks with the two-lane overpass or bring traffic son excuse me traffic under the tracks with either a two-lane tunnel or a two-lane underpass and they’re still in the process of gathering public comment from citizens and businesses on which decision may be right for Billings and what we want to do is turn the crank a little bit more add more data into the bucket and get the tier two analysis down into what we want to call the tier 3 analysis that the outcome of that would be a single preferred alternative either an overpass or an underpass that we would come back and present to the public and how we got there with the information that we have and if you want to make yourself heard or see the concept drawings for yourself you still have time to head to the community room at the Billings public library project officials will be there until 8 o’clock tonight Russ all right Thank You Mitch