These jobs are usualy held by the crews with the most seniority.
No bags, bags are in the departed past. Supposedly had extra space for crew;seems it would have been very similar to a semi cab,with "sleeper" attached. Of course this thought goes back a ways to include the "Fireman" and a place to house some of the others... Posted by chad thomas on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 10: Member since September, 2002 From: Sign up for our email newsletter.
No, not even the BQ23-7 had bunks - the extra space in the "quarters" cab what the "Q" stood for was for a desk for the conductor - as I understand it, these engines were built during an earlier attempt to eliminate cabooses from trains, during a period when three and four man crews were still the norm.
I think they go to hotels and motels - both of which have bathrooms and bunks!
The Federal Railroad Administration has ordered railroads to have the technology installed and operating by the end of this year. Posted by jeaton on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 10: Where an unequipped locomotive of a Class III railroad is engaged in operations other than switching or transfer service, employees shall have ready access to railroad-provided sanitation facilities outside of the locomotive that meet otherwise applicable sanitation standards, at frequent intervals during the course of their work shift, or the railroad shall arrange for enroute access to such facilities; v Locomotives of tourist, scenic, historic, or excursion railroad operations, which are otherwise covered by this part because they are not propelled by steam power and operate on the general railroad system of transportation, but on which employees have ready access to railroad- provided sanitation facilities outside of the locomotive, that meet otherwise applicable sanitation standards, at frequent intervals during the course of their work shift; and vi Except as provided in Sec.
The crash in Hoboken involved a New Jersey Transit train that accelerated as it approached the terminal. Clutch Cargo. Screening crew members for obstructive sleep apnea, which disrupts breathing during sleep and causes drowsiness, is simple and inexpensive, Dr.
Get our weekly newsletter delivered to your inbox. Member since September, 2002 6,791 posts. Member since December, 2001 From: At the away terminal the railroad supplys houseing either in a motel or sometimes in a company dorm.
Member since February, 2002 From: Posted by daveklepper on Wednesday, February 08, 2006 3: Webster said. Originally posted by chad thomas Not exactly bathrooms, but most road locos have toilets, or in some cases just a seat with a hole so you can xxxx in a bag.
However the answer is correct never in the engine. The railroad shall utilize potable water where the washing system includes the use of water.