James Wood was recording a video of a passing Union Pacific because his four-year-old son has a fascination with trains. He wound up with dramatic footage of a puzzling accident at a Utah railroad crossing.
Union Pacific, the railroad company, announced yesterday that an experimental after market diesel engine filter will be tested on a 1982 locomotive over the next year in the company's Oakland rail yards. The filter was retrofitted onto the 1,500 horsepower locomotive and works by using "high-temperature silicon carbide blocks to trap particulate matter in the exhaust. As gases containing the carbon particles accumulate, the device periodically heats the carbon, causing it to ignite and burn off
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