mostly any threats and risks will be other people, how they will act and react to any emergency situation. but other things are large population
centres, Nuclear power stations-either attacks or accidents, Dockyards and Naval bases, Troop barracks, and government establishments. 1 thing that
most preppers should do is to mark these on a map of their area for future reference.
I think that's a valid point but I beleive it will not be a problem since many are employed to change switches back to manual if need be. The
railroad was build to stay the same. Any advances can easily be taken back to necessity. Transportation will always be around. It just won't be what
we want it to be.
a reply to: Schwallyjdog I assume your in America? British railways grind to a halt just for "the wrong kind of leaves on the
tracks" or the merest hint of a flake of snow so in a serious event they be the first things to stop.
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