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Railroad Security



Selfies are dangerous

Never - EVER - stand on or between rail-tracks.

Last selfie - 3 dead teeanagers
Photo © Union Pacific
Last selfie - 3 dead teenagers.
Last moments
( http://www.up.com/aboutup/community/inside_track/selfie-tragedy-12-7-2016.htm )


Be carefull when you are train-spotting


These few videos - from YOUTUBE - and © their respektive uploaders - CLEARLY show,
that trainspotters are prone to be caught in the moment - and also caught by another train.

Also watch my youtube playlist ➚ about railroad safety.


2 videos of the same luckiest guy in UK

From www.youtube.com :
Trainspotter nearly hit by train in Suffolk - © Cliffbrook1

From www.youtube.com :
Man almost gets hit by a train! Really close! - © Luciano Jesus

Lesson learned :
NEVER stand close to the rails.
Use the ZOOM instead.


Lucky guy at Harpers Ferry, WV.

From www.youtube.com :
CSX Train nearly hits inattentive guy--very, very close call ! - © Doug Obert

Lesson learned ( again ) :
NEVER stand close to the rails.


Press conference about train safety

( Contradiction in terms )

From www.youtube.com :
Senator Richard Blumenthal Nearly Hit By Train During Press Conference About Commuter Safety - © MediaNews

Lesson learned ( again - again ):
NEVER stand close to the rails.
No matter what you are trying to do.


Dumb - stupid - trainspotter

From www.youtube.com :
Young trainspotter is nearly flattened by a huge freight train - © TomoNews US

No lesson learned for that guy.
Keeps filming no matter what happens.
I wonder if he is dead or alive today.









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