Posted by Cory Claxon on August 7, 2013 
Astonishing how he could up on the "wrong railroad..."
Posted by Matt Hultman on August 7, 2013 
Awesome photo!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Matt Hultman on August 7, 2013 
Awesome photo!!!!!!!!!
Posted by jdayrail on August 7, 2013 
I can hear management now. Oh man, the stress.
Posted by David Wheeler on August 7, 2013 
Somebody at CP has some explaining to do. Lucky for him one of the two companies management is right there!
Posted by Carl Becker on August 7, 2013 
So I'm guessing the truck traveled 3 miles eastward to this location, which would place the point where he entered the line nowhere close to the CP line. Quite the boo-boo there!
Posted by Cameron Applegath on August 7, 2013 
Oh god, that's embarrassing !
Posted by Dave Howarth Jr. on August 7, 2013 
So a Canadian Pacific hi-rail truck decides on 'accidentally' going down Iowa Interstate rails and the driver couldn't realize any sooner? Is this something we are all not aware of Hunter Harrison's possible intentions on seizing Iowa Interstate up as well? Overall, great capture Erik!
Posted by Michael Link on August 7, 2013 
Thats not going to go over well with his boss.
Posted by Andrew Robb on August 7, 2013 
WOW! glad no one was hurt, hope they fix up 513.
Posted by Mr. B on August 8, 2013 
Those car look very similar to the old KCS Southern Belle paint scheme
Posted by Erik Rasmussen on August 8, 2013 
The truck set-on at Marquette Street in Davenport, where the IAIS and CP mainlines are seperated by 6 city blocks, and travelled backwards 3 miles to the west.
Posted by Sport! on August 8, 2013 
Talk about a hostile takeover attempt!
Posted by Moss Miller on August 8, 2013 
That's not exactly the right train to run into!
Posted by Colin N. Dell on August 9, 2013 
I don't think that truck can continue... looks like he has a flat. Lol.
Posted by Gary on August 11, 2013 
The driver of that truck could end up with what we call here, a DCM. (Aka, Don't come Monday)
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