pilot"my tire skid marks measured only about 10ft in length with a sharp left turn a couple of feet shy of the rails, still skidding another couple of feet until the engine spit me out, so I did get a brief look and a fleeting Oh S%$# moment before I listened..."
Apparantly stop wasn't in your vocabulary on this day
Hiller Street? Residential street. What time of day?
Apparantly you did not "STOP LOOK AND LISTEN"
Make the Coal and Chemical plants pay for every blast of that darn horn, they want the material, let them pay for our inconvenience.
The city was here first,, then came the weekly train and now we have 8 to 10 per day chiefly between 6 to 8 am.
If they would retun to weekly trains then no problem
And by the way the crossing at St Joe has gates were you going around the gates
I just have one question to ask...'WHO WAS THERE FIRST, THE HOUSES OR THE TRAINS.? If certain ppl dont like the noise then they should have thought about that when they were purchasing their homes.
Hagan is right We need to start now developing a program for no train horns. If houston Austin and Sugar land can do it so can we.
650 horns per day and probably growing