Re: Pacific Electric relief map
Author: Berg
Date: 04-20-2017 - 07:51

Did not catch on?

In Southern California they were installed at Los Nietos, DT junction, Colton and the LAJ crossing of the UP branch. I'm sure there are more I don' know about.

One surprise is the crossings at Hobart are being replaced by regular diamonds. Current traffic level would seem to support the use of OWL (flange bearing) crossings.
Is there a restriction on there low-speed side use on any line with lots of long cars? The old UP Harbor Sub may be considered a backup to the Trench in case of an incident.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Pacific Electric relief map Nussel Snouts 04-20-2017 - 00:28
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Graham Buxton 04-20-2017 - 05:30
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Nussel Snouts 04-20-2017 - 14:07
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Joe Magruder 04-20-2017 - 06:51
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Berg 04-20-2017 - 07:51
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Berg 04-20-2017 - 08:00
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map New Felton 04-21-2017 - 13:33
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map mook 04-21-2017 - 17:27


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