EddyKilowatt: Anyone know if this was a high-speed train, or just an ordinary metro or commuter?There's kind of a raging debate in U.S. rail circles these days about the best safety practice for high speed railcars. The Federal Rail Agency is old-school and wants 'em built like tanks, or more accurately, like body-on-frame trucks... which makes them heavy, expensive, and slow. The other camp favors the lightweight, monocoque-with-crumple-zone approach that has worked well in passenger automobiles. This sad accident is likely to feed into the debate...
Crudbucket: I just finished the Camino de Santiago a couple weeks ago and I passed by that train station twice, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies./great trip, but Spanish food sucks.
walkerhound: What an antiquated mode of transportation.
Dwight_Yeast: Dr.Zom: "Witnesses describe a giant explosion." - BBCBasque separatists?They don't usually set out to kill this many all at once.
Dr.Zom: "Witnesses describe a giant explosion." - BBCBasque separatists?
Kazrath: GRCooper: Sickening photos. Those cars look shredded :-(/NBC saying 40+ dead//as if those poor folk aren't going through enough, was already depressed for them after this weeks Top GearThat was last weeks Top Gear. This weeks Top Gear was the Hover Van and was absolutely hilarious.But yeah they are up over 45 now.. but at least we know it cant surpass like 200.
Error1355: I am a terrible person that I laughed that hard at the title there.
Popcorn Johnny: At least 35 now.
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