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Re: PC: RE: Special loads in employee timetables

As far as a load physically passing through a particular section of
track, the primary parameters that should be of concern would be:
length, width, height and weight.  Overhang on curves might be
considered a function of length.  Any or all of these may apply to a
particular load.  Depending on how the charts are laid out, they may be
able to indicate, for example, if a certain track has width and length
restrictions but no unusual height and weight limitations by having an
"X" in the columns for width and length, the other two columns being
blank.  I'd  bet that clearance charts for the tracks in question would
provide more information on this.
 John W.

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