forums
new posts
donate
UER Store
events
location db
db map
search
members
faq
terms of service
privacy policy
register
login




UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Railroad Yard (Viewed 854 times)
pepsipeacecorp 


Location: Honolulu, HI
Gender: Male
Total Likes: 9 likes


I'm gazorpazorp f**king field, b**ch

 |  | 
Railroad Yard
< on 8/12/2017 8:12 PM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Found this place on the UER public database. I had no idea there were train tracks on Oahu even though I grew up here.


Tracks and cables.

410378.jpg (68 kb, 300x400)
click to view


Correct me if I'm wrong, so apparently these are called "derails", used to direct trains to the correct track. Tried to operate this while visiting, it was SUPER hard to turn since it was all old and rusty, but it was still usable.


Here's another one of those derails, smaller, but easier to use. (a lot easier to turn)


Inside of a passenger train (?????)



Abandoned trains

410383.jpg (38 kb, 300x400)
click to view





blackhawk 

Not an expert.


Location: In plain fucking sight...
Total Likes: 2200 likes


UER newbie

 |  |  | 
Re: Railroad Yard
< Reply # 1 on 8/12/2017 8:24 PM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Cool site and pics

That is a track switch, which can turn into a derailer if not properly aligned.
Many train derailments happen at switch junctions.

Derailers are specifically designed to keep equipment from going pass a point by derailing them to prevent more extensive destruction such as a collision with a passenger train.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derail




Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
OnlyFootprints 


Total Likes: 75 likes




 |  | 
Re: Railroad Yard
< Reply # 2 on 8/14/2017 12:57 AM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
You are literally 200 yards from some great abandonments FYI.




pepsipeacecorp 


Location: Honolulu, HI
Gender: Male
Total Likes: 9 likes


I'm gazorpazorp f**king field, b**ch

 |  | 
Re: Railroad Yard
< Reply # 3 on 8/14/2017 4:58 AM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Posted by blackhawk
Cool site and pics

That is a track switch, which can turn into a derailer if not properly aligned.
Many train derailments happen at switch junctions.

Derailers are specifically designed to keep equipment from going pass a point by derailing them to prevent more extensive destruction such as a collision with a passenger train.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derail


Thanks for the correction! I never rode on a train before, so I don't know the correct terminologies. Luckily, I'm moving to the mainland US soon so I'm looking forward to riding a train for the first time!




pepsipeacecorp 


Location: Honolulu, HI
Gender: Male
Total Likes: 9 likes


I'm gazorpazorp f**king field, b**ch

 |  | 
Re: Railroad Yard
< Reply # 4 on 8/14/2017 5:00 AM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Posted by OnlyFootprints
You are literally 200 yards from some great abandonments FYI.


OMG are you serious??? Ahh I should have looked around when I visited. I'll look around next time I go in the near future




OnlyFootprints 


Total Likes: 75 likes




 |  | 
Re: Railroad Yard
< Reply # 5 on 8/14/2017 8:00 PM >
Reply with Quote
Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Posted by pepsipeacecorp


OMG are you serious??? Ahh I should have looked around when I visited. I'll look around next time I go in the near future


Google Maps is your friend. Use it.




UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Railroad Yard (Viewed 854 times)


Add a poll to this thread



This thread is currently Public. Anyone, including search engines, may see it.



All content and images copyright 2002-2018 UER.CA and respective creators. Graphical Design by Crossfire.
To contact webmaster, or click to email with problems or other questions about this site: UER CONTACT
View Terms of Service | View Privacy Policy | Server colocation provided by Beanfield
This page was generated for you in 62 milliseconds. Since June 23, 2002, a total of 558947484 pages have been generated.