I'm an engineer but not on a railroad. I design pipelines and compressor station and processing plant for oil & gas production. Frack on!
On Tuesday, November 17, 2015, Dale Kritzky dalekritzky@...
I'm also an interstate freight relocation specialist ie owner operator hauling coils and I also work for the Central New England RR as a conductor, truck driver, sometimes trackworker and sometimes loco mechanic.
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"George S-C gsebastiancoleman@... [SergentEng]" <SergentEng@...> wrote:
i’m an interpretive guide: professor of English and theatre.
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I'm a lunker on the list ... Im a freight relocation specialist A.K.A. drive B Double trucks on the East Coast of Australia, driving anywhere from 23 ton to 68.5 ton.
Yeah I will join in. Currently gas movements specialist aka gas tanker driver
Actually this has intrigued me a bit, wondering what many of us do/did for a living.
Nuclear physicist is cool
I'll claim Rocket Scientist (Aerospace Engineer) and computer geek
Anybody else want to play?
I have to say that I'm finding this conversation to be quite entertaining... what with the fact that nuclear physics does or does not explain why one models the Colorado narrow gauge railroads... in Ireland, no less... and with Frank assembling couplers in his sleep. I'm thoroughly enjoying this. :)