Watch below as a stumbling man falls on the train tracks at Sydney's Berala station. Fortunately, a passer-by acted quickly. Very quickly. From 9News:
Sydney Trains boss Howard Collins, a former driver, told 9NEWS that incidents like those “stop the hearts” of train operators who are unable to avoid a collision.
“You might say a few expletives under your breath, you’re waiting for that impact,” he said.
The driver in the incident did activate the vehicle’s emergency brakes when the man came into vision however, at full speed, a train takes about a kilometre to come to a complete stop.
An Australian locomotive engineer is very embarrassed. Via Newsweek: For around 50 minutes, the 1.2-mile locomotive sped along with 268 wagons in tow until authorities decided to remotely derail it from BHP’s operations center almost 1,000 miles away in Perth. The locomotive got free when its driver stepped out of his cab to check on […]
Having a great time, wish I was there! This video produced the NRK TV-program “Nordlandsbanen Minutt for Minutt”, which shows ride on the train cabin driver’s view through beautiful Norwegian landscape. (via Kottke)
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