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Brakemen's Examination - 1993 - Part Three


Q.31 - When getting off a moving car, which is the proper procedure to follow:

Q.32 - As a relay brakeman passing on signals, you are given a lantern signal of a small, vertical up and down movement followed shortly by a quarter arc lantern swing from head to arm extended. What does this mean:

Q.33 - If a coupler pin is missing or broken, what can be expected to happen when car is spotted:

Q.34 - A hand signal with "thumb up" means:

Q.35 - A car length is approximately:

Q.36 - When approaching an unguarded grade street crossing, the brakeman should:

Q.37 - Riding on the footboard of a locomotive is permitted if:

Q.38 - A brakeman, in reverse movement of a train, need not be visible to the engineer if:

Q.39 - As a brakeman in the middle of a train relaying hand signals to the engineer, you may:

Q.40 - A runaway car can best be stopped by:

Q.41 - What percentage of operable air brakes is the minumum to be maintained in a train:

Q.42 - As a rear brakeman on a reverse movement of a train, your best means of control of the train is:

Q.43 - The dead man value on the caboose should only be used when:

Q.44 - For best train operations, the brakeman should:

Q.45 - If a non-operational locomotive is hauled in a train, what must be done to ensure proper brake operations:

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