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Thank you for the information Bill. I updated it so it does not display the axle count or the temperature. I think at this point my main question is if it is a train too slow case, does it repeat the broadcast like the BNSF detectors do?
I currently have it set to do this:
I am in the process of writing a computer program for a class, that based on the users inputs, would produce a text printout that simulates what a typical Union Pacific Hotbox/Dragging Equipment would say as the train goes over it. I do realize from listening online, that not all detectors...
Thanks for your help! It looks like I forgot to post the video, ooops. If anyone's interested, here it is:
Hi I was wondering if anyone could help me ID this locomotive. I saw it in this video and I've never seen anything like it, it looks really cool. The locomotive in question is at 1:34 in the video. It's Iron Ore of Canada #510, but that's all I know.
Thanks for any help!
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