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  • RailRoad Engineers??

    Why is being an Railroad Engineer outside the normal employee Union? Just curious?

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    Re: RailRoad Engineers??

    Please hold..........Steve will be with you shortly.

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      Because it's a different line of work. Railroad engineers are actually engineers. They have specialized training, and as such are in a different department.

      By the wya, there's no specific "employee union." Each line of business has their own.

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        Also has to do with the fact that they are more a skilled labor I think. They are, after all, working a REAL boiler that just happens to drive it self along on steel rails.

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          Re: RailRoad Engineers??

          Originally posted by Autopia View Post
          Also has to do with the fact that they are more a skilled labor I think. They are, after all, working a REAL boiler that just happens to drive it self along on steel rails.
          Thanks for the information! I take it they get paid more than an average CM, I hope?

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