Thread: [Continuation] Brexit: Now What? The Perfect 10.
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Old 29th June 2020, 07:57 AM   #148
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Originally Posted by McHrozni View Post
Well, that depends. The train can be stopped in a very short order.

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McHrozni

Lots of neat collisions.

But none of the trains seemed to stop all that quickly. Maybe a bit more than if they stayed on the tracks and stopped under their own power, but not all that much more.
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