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    ProfessionalLocator

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    skwardog

    Re: Railroads...?

    It is a federal felony crime to trespass on railroad property no matter who you are unless you are a current safety card holding road worker for the RR

    skwardog Yesterday, 01:35 PM Go to last post
    skwardog

    Re: Railroads...?

    FRA can't do much, your right...... but don't tell OSHA.....you'll learn real quick it's not a small town in Wisconsin!

    skwardog Yesterday, 11:41 AM Go to last post
    skwardog

    Re: Railroads...?

    DO NOT TRESPASS ON RR PROPERTY OR ROW's UNLESS YOU HAVE ATTENDED OR PASSED THAT SPECIFIC RR's FRA REQUIRED YEARLY SAFETY TRAINING COURSE AND HAVE CURRENT

    skwardog Yesterday, 11:36 AM Go to last post
    Wingfoot

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