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It’s My Track… No It’s Mine! Who Got There First?

Photo credit: http://lefunny.net

With so many railroads around the world it’s not surprising the strangest things happen at times. Sometimes with tragic consequences and often with just damage to track/trains and inconvenience, not to mention the financial cost of putting things right. This photo is one such example…not an easy problem to fix.

Perhaps readers could suggest how this collision might have happened, and/or the likely process for rectifying the problem. Also if you just want to add a funny caption then go ahead.

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11 Responses to It’s My Track… No It’s Mine! Who Got There First?

  • Stephansays:

    In attempt for increasing ridership and keeping costs down, the company is doubling the cars on each track.

  • Ricksays:

    After you. No, after you. NO! – AFTER YOU! …….. OH, NOOOOOOO!

  • JOHN WORRALLsays:

    IS THIS A LADIES EXCUSE ME ?

  • Vytsays:

    When #7045 tries to do a photo-bomb.

  • Edward Guenthersays:

    What country is this so I can skip a train ride there.

    • Sheldon Clarksays:

      The lettering is Cyrillic, so Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Ukraine….

  • Robertsays:

    Out of the way, I’m coming through.

  • Knightsays:

    So this is what it looks like when two rivalry companies get the chance to try and run each other off the rails.

  • Philsays:

    Don’t you just love how we met on Tinder.

  • Kevin Chingsays:

    The Station Master said I had to share the track 7119, Not so sure if this is what he meant.

  • Sheldon Clarksays:

    SPAD – “Signal Passed at Danger”. Or a short in the signalling system (as at Clapham some years ago).

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