Since so many models are available as undecorated, why do I have so much trouble finding prototype photos of that railroad?
If cabooses are painted caboose red and reefers are painted reefer orange, does that mean that flatcars should be painted flat black?
Why are some flat cars depressed? Do they have a low opinion of themselves?
Does moving train cars with your fingers qualify as digital control?
If the person who steers a gondola is a gondolier, shouldn't the person who operates an engine be an enginier?
If a locomotive has troubles with a grade, does it have to take the class over?
If GP diesel units are called "geeps," why aren't SD units called "seeds?"
What is the plural of "caboose?"
Why do they call it nickel silver rail anyway? You can't possibly get that much silver for a nickel.
If alpha cyanoacrylate glue sticks so well, how come you're able to get it out of the container in the first place?
Will Life-Like ever update the name of their Proto 2000 kits to keep up with the times?
Why is it called L-girder framing when the girders are shaped more like a 7?
Why did Amtrak have to spend so much money developing the Acela high speed train? Couldn't they have just installed a full-sized version of the rubber band drive used by the Athearn Hustler locomotive?
Should reruns of the TV show "Tracks Ahead" be called "Tracks Behind?"
Are operators of a train on the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad called a train krewe?