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What is a snowbird?

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'Out of service'/layed-up trains relocated underground when heavy snow/cold weather expected..

 

Perfect explanation.

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'Out of service'/layed-up trains relocated underground when heavy snow/cold weather expected..

 

 

Just to expand on his post.Snow birds are parked on express tracks on underground lines and underground yards only. They do not lay up at local tracks on underground lines since when these trains start coming out all revenue service will move to the local tracks. Snowbirds come out after rush hours where there are not to many trains running

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Now, how many of you know what a SnowBLOCK is?

 

If you tell them you'll have to kill them as per rule, LOL. Some secrets are made to kept to oneself..

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They do not lay up at local tracks on underground lines since when these trains start coming out all revenue service will move to the local tracks.

 

Yes they do i have done it myself not going to say where...

 

Snowbirds come out after rush hours where there are not to many trains running

 

Not true either...

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