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Brakemen's Examination - 1993 - Part Four


Q.46 - Who is in charge of a train in descending order:

Q.47 - When a train is moving and charged normally, a rear caboose angle cock gets closed between cars, what reaction can be expected:

Q.48 - Retainers on freight cars would be used in what type of operations:

Q.49 - What might be the typical tonnage of an average weekend train for tourist operations consisting of a 45 ton engine, 4 flat cars and a caboose:

Q.50 - A typical tourist train as above travelling at 25 mph could be stopped normally with the train air brakes in what distance range:

Q.51 - Bottling air in a train line refers to:

Q.52 - The primary difference between a passenger car D-22-P brake equipment over the freight car "AB" brake equipment:

Q.53 - Electroneumatic brake system refers to:

Q.54 - In the air brake system of a train, a gradient refers to:

Q.55 - The difference between day and night hand signals are the following:

Q.56 - What other hand signal can the "apply air brakes" be confused with if not done clearly and properly:

Q.57 - Blocking or chaining a car to prevent movement should always be performed by:

Q.58 - A hand brake can effectively stop a 60 ton runaway car going 5 mph on a slight grade within approximately how many feet:

Q.59 - Cars with roller bearings compared to the old conventional "oil journal box" friction bearing type are:

Q.60 - Older cars equipped with an axle generator would produce electricity to charge the batteries and/or to power the cars electrical load at:

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