Posted by Tom on June 25, 2013 
Lots of comments could be made here but I, for one, don't think any is necessary. Just glad nobody was hurt. (another interesting little bit of railroad lore and history though)
Posted by Nothingsense on June 25, 2013 
Cool human interest picture. That's got to be the least violent coming together of a train and and a Dodge Omni on record! Ever notice that, for some reason, snowy conditions always make people think regular road rules and courtesies don't apply anymore?
Posted by Tim Parsons on June 25, 2013 
"Why don't you keep your train on the tracks where it belongs?" Crazy. I can believe anyone would even ASK that!
Posted by James Belmont on June 25, 2013 
Can't remember the last time I saw a Dodge Omni, especially with woodgrain trim along the sides.
Posted by Troy Staten on June 25, 2013 
Nice shot Bob...welcome to Railpics.
Posted by Joe Leftley on June 25, 2013 
Its easy to point fingers and comment at how foolish or crazy a person is but today we can say 'Thank goodness nobody got hurt.' Too many times something like this ends in tragedy and the engineer has to go on knowing it cost someone their life.
Posted by Brent Kneebush on June 26, 2013 
Is this street trackage?
Posted by Thomas Kidd on September 23, 2013 
Is this the Fast Ford that you posted with the headend at Chudnow and the hind end at 5 Rings during a snowstorm with 147 as the lead unit? If so what a trip.
Posted by J Cosmo Asp on September 30, 2015 
The harder it snows, the dumber drivers get. Or rather, there's an inverse relationship between snofall and IQ.
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