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Talk:Rannoch Moor

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It's extremely risky to walk along the tracks in any conditions, while the Glasgow trains run about 6 times a day there's also an assortment of freight trains, empty stock movements and on some days land cruises using the line. Trains can come from any direction, you won't hear the vibrations of the rails because they haven't installed continuously welded rails yet. The wind may mask the sound of the trains or you may not hear it in time, if it's coming from behind you probably won't see it. Getting hit by a train at any speed usually results in death, two Germans recently survived with life threatening injuries because the driver saw them and applied the breaks. Simply put; It's very dangerous, not something to be condoned, encouraged or even mentioned as a possibility, --Soysauce (talk) 18:06, 1 October 2013 (EDT)

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