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Re: Uintah Railroad Air Connections

November 19, 2019 02:06PM
I have been hit in the leg by an air hose, I would hate to have to deal with these at head level.

Short segments of hose are no longer allowed on railroads, they tend to go flying off when uncoupled under pressure.

Dale Grant, BNSF engineer, rubber gauger!
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