March 16, 2023
“Without love where would you be now?”—Doobie Brothers
Keeping a train on a track in the United States continues to be a problem. Today there were three derailments even one in my own state.
Anacortes Washington—cause of derailment is under investigation by multiple government agencies who all raced to the scene. Train was supposedly hauling diesel fuel.
A beautiful sunny day in Wa. State today perfect for clearing derailed trains and cleaning up spilled diesel fuel. Any conspiracy thoughts that the diesel was offloaded before the derailment and is now on it’s way to Ukraine? This is Washington also known as WEFington state, hoax town USA.
Diesel fuel is needed for our semi-trucks to haul our goods and food. Without it a Peterbuilt could run out of gas and get stuck on a train track.
Glendale Kentucky—A semi got stuck on the train tracks next to the Whistle Stop Cafe, and a train ran into it and derailed. The Whistle Stop remained open.
VRR Fun Food Fact: I’ve never eaten catfish.
The Whistle Stop train was hauling gas powered automobiles of which some of them might require diesel fuel. Any security camera pictures from one of the shops showing the semi-truck parked on the tracks and the train running into it? That will go viral on YouTube.
Lake Havasu City Arizona—rumor circulated that this train was hauling toxic chemicals, but government officials might have informed the media and the spokesperson at BNSF that those rumors are false after corn syrup was discovered nearby.
NTSB is aware of the derailment but isn’t concerned enough to launch an investigation for a corn syrup spill.
The US government would like everyone to know this is normal train operations. No misinformation, no conspiracy, and the average train derailments are happening at three a day so we are at the average today, but there’s still six hours.
You can ride the VRR train for free.
I walk my dogs near that trestle!
There is a guy who sits in a shack just on the other side of that slough or whatever it is. When he rotates the trestle, he flips the (D)erail level on his side, and then walks the quarter mile west and flips the other derail so the train can pass. The nightime run goes west around 8pm and then returns around midnight.
Did someone forget to flip the derail? Lots of human activity with the casino and RV park, plus it's really close to beautiful downtown Anacortes, so the train is never going very fast.
I talked to the operator on January 28th. Young guy, friendly and seemed pretty on-the-ball.
EDIT: Yep, the derailleur got it! Either the trestle hadn't swung yet and the train got too close, or the trestle operator didn't flip the derailleur! Regardless, the engineer should have seen the large, reflective 'D' on the switch flag and stopped the train. Simple shit really! Cognitive decay maybe?
I have a friend who is a conductor for BNSF in MT. He's been keeping me apprised of employment problems, inefficiency, and greed related to these companies since Covid. Ripe for bribery. They would do anything for money, and personally I think they've sold out to Deep State schemes.