When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by BigDumbDinosaur » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:41 am

Builder01 wrote:If you are a conductor on a train as a part time job, are you just a semi-conductor?
Only if you aren't overloaded and short out. :D
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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by rkcarguy » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:48 pm

It doesn't have to be a shovel:)

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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by Harold_V » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:57 am

Builder01 wrote:If you are a conductor on a train as a part time job, are you just a semi-conductor?

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Don't know about that, but I suspect if you're cold enough, you're a superconductor.

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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by NP317 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:59 am

BigDumbDinosaur wrote:
Builder01 wrote:If you are a conductor on a train as a part time job, are you just a semi-conductor?
Only if you aren't overloaded and short out. :D
Perhaps a Trainsistor?
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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by BigDumbDinosaur » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:10 pm

NP317 wrote:
BigDumbDinosaur wrote:
Builder01 wrote:If you are a conductor on a train as a part time job, are you just a semi-conductor?
Only if you aren't overloaded and short out. :D
Perhaps a Trainsistor?
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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by chiloquinruss » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:10 pm

If you do DRIVE a train, it's not a shovel it's a SPADE! :D Russ

It's a spreader
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Our real snow train, rotary, spreader, and a flanger. We actually have two spreaders, one wood the other more modern.
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Re: When it is snowing and blowing you can still drive a Train

Post by neanderman » Wed Oct 25, 2017 12:20 am

And here I was going to ask if anyone had built a scale rotary! LOL!
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