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  •  Corridors are open to trains from outside. (0+ / 0-)

    There may be corridors in Europe that non-corridor trains can't use. The big hangup would be with running electric trains beyond the electrified line. Trains from NY to south of Washington would stop for over 10 minutes to switch locomotives. There are some lines in France where they simply slap a diesel locomotive on the front of a TGV train.

    Where you don't have special tracks and you don't have electric trains, like the corridors in Ohio, there's no problem with trains from outside using the tracks.

    Just how stupid does Mitt Romney think we are? -Paul Krugman

    by Judge Moonbox on Mon Sep 17, 2012 at 06:53:14 PM PDT

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