Thread: Why EMD > GE
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:22 PM   #65
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I'm sure an engineer who drives EMDs can offset that with something equally negative.
Ok, well first of all YOU DO NOT DRIVE A TRAIN. YOU RUN OR OPERATE IT. THERE IS NO STEERING WHEEL.

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You know NOTHING about the operations of a locomotive, regardless of who the manufacturer is.
So, you'd be able to tell me how to isolate a trailing locomotive? And you'd be able to tell me where the cut-out cocks are for the MU hoses? How about how to cut-out the train brake handle? What and where the battery knife switch is? How long to prime the diesel engine? How to even start it? What the max BC pressure is and what that number is used for? How to perform a daily inspection and when you have to do it? How to setup a locomotive for trailing?

Yes, I know nothing.
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