Iar de astazi si pana duminica, 30 iunie, CFR SA, Gara de Nord si prietenii de la Street Delivery au pregatit prima editie “Train Delivery”, un proiect cultural cu spectacole si expozitii urbane. Spre norocul meu, astazi plec la Cluj, la Gala UAD, asa ca voi merge neaparat pe Peronul 14, transformat intr-o lunga scena. Ce se mai intampla acolo? Graffiti pe vagoanele de tren, filme de calatorie, teatru feroviar si melodii despre Gara de Nord. Iar Muzeul Cailor Ferate, aflat foarte aproape de Peronul 14 este deschis pana la ora 20:00. In extensio, salile de asteptare, Salonul Regal si panoul de informatii ne-au pregatit mesaje calatoare pe care abia astept sa le descopar.
Traditionally, large shippers build and near rail lines and have a section of track on their property called a where goods are loaded on to or unloaded from rail cars. Other shippers have their goods hauled () by wagon or truck to or from a (freight station in US). Smaller locomotives transfer the rail cars from the sidings and goods stations to a , where each car is coupled to one of several long distance being assembled there, depending on that car's destination. When long enough, or based on a schedule, each long distance train is then dispatched to another classification yard. At the next classification yard, cars are . Those that are destined for stations served by that yard are assigned to local trains for delivery. Others are reassembled into trains heading to classification yards closer to their final destination. A single car might be reclassified or in several yards before reaching its final destination, a process that made rail freight slow and increased costs. Many freight rail operators are trying to reduce these costs by reducing or eliminating switching in classification yards through techniques such as and . In many countries, railroads have been built to haul one commodity, such as coal or ore, from an inland point to a port.
Although business isn’t exactly booming yet as far as train deliveries are concerned, the service is still going strong despite the logistical hassles — disorganized stations with a maze of platforms and notoriously unreliable trains foremost among them. Just 350 orders have been placed in the past five months, although Domino’s did manage to successfully complete all but four of them.
There was 10 of us that went because of the "Train delivered food " we had heard about . It was cute but not by all means worth it ! the food was horriable . Most of us had the baby back ribs ,what a mistake . The BBQ sauce that is one the table ( there are 3 different...
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