Home  Maps  About

Home > SubChat
 

[ Read Responses | Post a New Response | Return to the Index ]
[ First in Thread | Next in Thread ]

view flat

Re: March 31, 1977 - The Last R-1/9 Run In Service

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Mon Apr 9 02:34:59 2012, in response to Re: March 31, 1977 - The Last R-1/9 Run In Service, posted by Bill from Maspeth on Mon Apr 9 01:54:24 2012.

There were three switches on the bulkhead behind you head on the bench with those. Yeah, there were thermostats, but if those switches (nor breakers) were UP on the panel, then there was heat. Sorry, no excuse for "out of season" heat on arnines. Those three switches were LABELLED and any motorman (sorry, that was MY title) who had those switches on trainline was a "momentary" sadist. You were SUPPOSED to check that stuff.

There was also a COMPRESSOR switch on the 2 end. Guess what happened if THAT was turned off? :)

Responses

Post a New Response

Your Handle:

Your Password:

E-Mail Address:

Subject:

Message:



Before posting.. think twice!


[ Return to the Message Index ]