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  1. Presumably that weight/distance/fuel volume is once the train has finished accelerating for an optimally loaded engine. Not to knock rail, I think its a lot better when its available, but that figure seems somehow dishonest.

  2. Presumably that weight/distance/fuel volume is once the train has finished accelerating for an optimally loaded engine. Not to knock rail, I think its a lot better when its available, but that figure seems somehow dishonest.

  3. I'm dubious about the 423 mpg claim, but I don't even know how to begin verifying that claim.

  4. I'm dubious about the 423 mpg claim, but I don't even know how to begin verifying that claim.

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