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Trains in Snow: A Winter Video Celebration

by Kate Trainor on December 15, 2007

snowTRAIN Trains in Snow: A Winter Video Celebration

The article I just posted on snow storms in Boston crippling car traffic inspired me to delve into the world of trains and snow. While I’m sure that icy tracks and a heavy enough snowfall would bring train travel to its knees as well, travel along a fixed rail seems to be much more weather-resistant than transportation via cars or planes. These videos (below) offer a cool look at what a train can do in adverse weather conditions and how they keep their tracks clear.





I even found a painfully boring video of a computer train simulator using a rotary plow to remove snow and a video of a model train, which some guy apparently runs outdoors, shoving its way through the white n’ fluffy.

Photo via flickr by iwouldstay

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1 Joel Sanda February 5, 2008 at 3:58 am

Isn’t it odd they got a ticket – it’s not really a motor vehicle and it’s certainly a hell of lot ’safer’ than a bicycle. Having been hit three times now while on a bike (when did stop signs become yield signs :-\ ) I’d rather get clipped pedaling this than my bicycle!


2 Max Kennedy February 5, 2008 at 5:18 pm

The vehicle was too slow to be in mainstream traffic and as such presented a hazard to other drivers. The ticket was appropriate. There is a youtube video of an HPV that can keep up with traffic and that vehicle I would expect should not be ticketed so long as it has the appropriate lights.


3 nisti2 February 18, 2008 at 3:32 pm

;D nice jajaja wee need one of those in DR..


4 MT April 1, 2008 at 6:15 am

I wonder if they’d ticket it if it had blinkers going.


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