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I can get that guy a job TODAY if he's interested.
That's a hellified operator there now!!
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hi mr chris ferrisHowdyman thats a good eqiptmant oprater i dont no why he wont to get in that ralrode car tho wow scarey
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I would like to see how he got down, definitely an expert. Is that Hunter in the cab?
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

I would like to see how he got down, definitely an expert. Is that Hunter in the cab?
 
That's him in the cab on the last picture (the little track on the ground).


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I'm gonna assume he's done that before......Excellent

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ive seen this in an email a while back, and this guy in the backhoe is pretty good, i do have a feeling that my bro in law could do that as well, the only thing to worry about when doing this is making sure you lineup straight with the rail car while you are still on the ground, i goes to show how much strength a machine like that possesses.
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Originally posted by martin3175 martin3175 wrote:

I'm gonna assume he's done that before......Excellent

 
Can you imagine his first time?  Can you imagine if his insurance agent got ahold of these pics??????    Call%20Me You did what?
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That's awesome!!
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

That's him in the cab on the last picture (the little track on the ground).


Excellent
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I wonder who thunk this one up...."So --how do we unload the thing???".." Well , we could just use a transformer bulldozer to climb up in and unload it ".... Yeah,,that'll work
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coming down is harder than getting up there for sure
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I've done some interesting things with a backhoe... never that. Not sure I ever wanted to.
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I've done some interesting things with a backhoe... never that. Not sure I ever wanted to.
 
 
 
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Most machines I've run had some yrs. on them. I only remember two that might have been able to. I'd try it, but I'd have to be on the RR pay-roll.
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THAT was awesome.....someone took some interesting photos!!!  Excellent
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Now that's one you dont see every day.  One way to get more miles per gallon of diesel with your backhoe--- hop a train.  I't all good unless you live where they have tunnels the train goes through.    Hobo transformer backhoe opperator meets mountain tunnel Burlington Northern denies all knowledge of event.
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 Unbelievable ....  !  Impressed the heck out of me !
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