Train derailment

waynetyea
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Train derailment

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another one but they wont tell us how much oil spilled... well for BC IT is not good enough.. these guys cant go down a strait track on the flats without going off the tracks then bc will have to set up a system just like what they do on water have pilots from bc who know what to do rather than to learn by the mistakes... pilots for the seas and for the railways... maybe even for trucks driving through the mountains in the winter as well.
as these flatlanders can not seem to do the job then leave it for us
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Wt :cuss: are you on about?
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I think maybe this:

How much oil spilled?

https://www.castanet.net/news/Canada/24 ... il-spilled
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waynetyea wrote:another one but they wont tell us how much oil spilled... well for BC IT is not good enough.. these guys cant go down a strait track on the flats without going off the tracks then bc will have to set up a system just like what they do on water have pilots from bc who know what to do rather than to learn by the mistakes... pilots for the seas and for the railways... maybe even for trucks driving through the mountains in the winter as well.
as these flatlanders can not seem to do the job then leave it for us



Build the Pipeline.
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waynetyea wrote:another one but they wont tell us how much oil spilled... well for BC IT is not good enough.. these guys cant go down a strait track on the flats without going off the tracks then bc will have to set up a system just like what they do on water have pilots from bc who know what to do rather than to learn by the mistakes... pilots for the seas and for the railways... maybe even for trucks driving through the mountains in the winter as well.
as these flatlanders can not seem to do the job then leave it for us


Believe it or not, they have trained engineers for trains....
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bumped up

Just what the Lytton area needs, not.
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