A WINDOW ON THE WORLD OF RAILWAY SYSTEMS, TECHNOLOGIES AND OPERATIONS
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Here is an example of overhead line replacement work being undertaken on the Metro-North system in Connecticut, USA. The photo is from the MTA website, so it's official.
The machine on the right is drilling a new post hole for an overhead line gantry while a train passes on the left. Are they doing something wrong or are we, in Britain, doing something wrong by shutting down the railway during this sort of work?