Posted by DieselDaze on November 26, 2018 
That crew will be sea sick by the time they get to their destination.
Posted by Tom on November 26, 2018 
What could be worth the risk of derailing this locomotive on a track like this ?? Just curious, not being critical.
Posted by mmi16 on November 26, 2018 
Not saying that it is good track - however, telephoto lens and cropping make the track look much worse than it probably is.
Posted by Jim Powell on November 28, 2018 
Looks a lot like the early days at T.T.I. in KY. I'd say the track is really that bad and not a product of photography. I remember running a light engine over a stretch of track that disappeared under mud and water when we ran over it.
Posted by Jim Penn on December 1, 2018 
CSX wants to cut costs and serve customers this way.... Does Maryland Metals have much of a future or receive many cars each week or month? The rail has some polish on it, which suggest that this is still a decent customer for CSX, but who knows what CSX thinks these days.
Posted by Steve Larson on December 1, 2018 
What is maximum operating MPH over track like this?
Posted by Gregory Dahbura on December 2, 2018 
Probably 10 mph but they likely go less. MD Metals is a regular customer- maybe 3-6 cars per week or so.
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