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Train carrying 737 fuselages derails.

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Just realized I spelled train wrong :lol:(train)! Fixing it now.

 

EDIT: Never mind... looks like I can't! Everybody, just pretend that trian says train. Ladies and gentlemen, that is why you proofread :rolleyes:.

 

 

Joe.

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I may buy the front end of one of the bodies for my home cockpit.. B)

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Just realized I spelled train wrong :lol:(train)! Fixing it now.

I just fixed it for you via my mod superpowers... :dance:

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I grew up on the Clark Fork River in Montana about 3 miles from where this accident occurred. I know that bend very well. There was a serious train derailment where chemicals cars lost their load in the same location about 30 years ago.

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+BrianG Then I suppose they should re-route that track!

 

 

+n4gix Thank you for fixing it! Moderators have the almighty power on websites.

 

 

Joe.

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I may buy the front end of one of the bodies for my home cockpit.. B)

Yeah, wouldn't that be sweet! Can't get much better than the real thing!

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This is three out of their current 2000+ orders so it won't have a major impact on things. Boeing is VERY diplomatic about being late, as a matter of fact they are the best on the world at it.  :lol:

 

ANZ is extremely happy with the delivery of their very late 787-9's for example but Boeing did sell a few 777's at a lower rate to make up for that. 

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Wow what a loss, I call dibs on the one with the crack in the fuselage if they cut it off there I can have a first class section in my home cockpit.

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   I'm surprised, the news media hasn't had their "aviation experts" on TV, claiming it was probably pilot error.

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