THIS TRAIN IS DRIVING DOWN THE WORST RAILROAD TRACKS WE HAVE EVER SEEN!

When it comes to the rail system, it’s supposed to be one of the most efficient, cheapest, and smoothest methods of public transportation and heavy-duty moving out there. Sure, it might not be as glamorous as flying but if you’re looking to travel somewhere on a budget or get massive amounts of materials delivered, it definitely gets the job done.

This time, we check out a railroad that looks like it has seen better days, though, but somehow, there are trains still barreling down it even though the gnarled rails don’t look like they’re fit to handle any kind of transportation at all.According to the video uploader, “The line was most recently the Maumee and Western Railroad (MAW) before being purchased by Pioneer RailCorp. Maintenance was deferred for decades on this stretch of track. Pioneer has done a great job rehabbing the worst parts but some pockets like this still exist.

According to the video uploader, “The line was most recently the Maumee and Western Railroad (MAW) before being purchased by Pioneer RailCorp. Maintenance was deferred for decades on this stretch of track. Pioneer has done a great job rehabbing the worst parts but some pockets like this still exist.

I’m certainly no expert on trains but I would venture to think that they’re going to have to get this stretch of track fixed pretty soon before it starts doing some big-time damage to locomotives or even worse, having one fall off of the tracks entirely! I think that that would spell out a bad day for a whole bunch of people if they let this go for too long.

Follow along in the video down below that shows off a situation that will put you on edge as this train creeps its way down the rails with the conduction trying to make it safely to wherever it is that it has to go. Let’s just all agree that speed bumps, intentional or not, are better suited for roadways and not railroads.

Source: www.speedsociety.com