posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 07:26 PM
reply to post by truthermantwo
Okay, first off, you may or may not have a train issue, but the way in which you are presenting the information here is setting you up for ridicule.
In order to make a coherent point, you'll need to provide all the information first, not add things piecemeal.
1. Finding train schedules should be easy, hell I can get real time plane movement from my iphone, so look harder.
2. Source the tracks, you'll need to make sure there are no other tracks besides the one you say is not used much anymore. The fact that the wasn't
used much does not mean it isn't used now or that another set is being used. The fact that the horn is blowing now, might indicate a new person(s)
are using thought be closed tracks and now wish to warn - safety first.
3. Times, note the times for a week, see if there is a pattern. Just saying "I heard" isn't enough to mean anything at all. Get times so they can
be checked with something else like schedules.
4. Walk down and take a penny and put it on the tracks, you'll know if a train is passing or not.
5. If the whole thing really is an issue, set up a tent next to the tracks and watch.
But do all of this BEFORE you post. Do the full blown research first, then ask for help if you can't figure it out, but at this point it sounds like
too much ATS, "Fringe" and weed - not saying this is the case, but from this pov it sure looks that way.
When all else fails, make sure the train is not a overlap from another dimension, or just redirected trains from an issue down or up line.