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The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle, and he was wise. He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless. (more…)

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The news quickly spread through the train

Posted: February 20th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Test articles | No Comments »

The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle, and he was wise. He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless. Read the rest of this entry »

The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle

Posted: February 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Test articles | No Comments »

The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle, and he was wise. He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless. Read the rest of this entry »

The best course was to wait patiently and do nothing

Posted: February 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Test articles | No Comments »

The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle, and he was wise. He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless. The best course was to wait patiently, Read the rest of this entry »

The weather was cold the heavens grey, it snowed

Posted: February 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Test articles | No Comments »

The engineer did not try to overcome the obstacle, and he was wise. He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless. The best course was to wait patiently, Read the rest of this entry »