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    Default Yard Engines, what we use and why we use them

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    I didn't know that! Thanks for the information.

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    Once again, great information and tutorial for those who don’t play with the big boy toys daily.

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    Great video as always. Do you know what the black roadbeds are all about? Like at the 45 second mark, looks like might be landscaping fabric laid over the ties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NtheBasement View Post
    Do you know what the black roadbeds are all about?
    Where locomotives or any cars carrying liquids are regularly stopped -loading/unloading or the normal 'parking' point for locomotives- absorbant matting is placed to catch leakage or spills. It's an environmental protection thing to prevent contamination of the underlieing soil and nearby waterways.

    Great video. It's so nice to watch a professionally made, informative video instead of the drivel so many put up on youtube these days.
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    Russ

    CEO of Devil's Gate Mining Co.



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