Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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kitn1mcc
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Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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About 3 to 430 this afternoon G was having alot of frozen Swichs so they were backing Trains out some as far As Mill River. From that chatter i heard on the Radio it seems Very flawless and everyone and both RR were working together
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Re: Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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That's interesting that they were backing the trains out as far as Mill River. With the MU's I wonder how that worked with the voltage change unless the voltage change is east of Mill River.

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Re: Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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ahh no it was accella and some other amtrak trains. and a few c-dots
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Re: Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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kitn1mcc wrote:ahh no it was accella and some other amtrak trains. and a few c-dots
Oh okay that makes sense.

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Re: Bravo to Distric G and the Shoreline Dispacher.

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As for CDOT, why is every SLE train omitting State St today?

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