Re: Ratios

Tony Thompson

In a longer comment, Jim Betz wrote:

2) Cars/trains that 'always' go to the same industry/yard and
become 'recognizable' over time. (Also swap out the power
used for a particular train once in a while, same for cabeese.)

   Over the years, working railroaders have often pointed out that a local train crew, when coming on duty, could take one look at their train and know where most of the cars were going. So "repeats" of the kind Jim mentions are actually good, IMO.

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