the most insane part about that crossing was that it was considered so dangerous and the voltage shifting so delicate that a permanently manned switching house was required (on the left) and they even installed barriers for trams
>>913820 That's actually one of those kinds of jobs which autists of varying degrees excel at without slacking off. Same as air traffic controllers. http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/end-of-the-line-for-93yearold-railway-signal-box-with-the-power-to-change-lives-20151215-glnsbt.html
>>914025 Now I remember a guy who just absolutely loved operating a dipping type galvanizing machine. From my summer job in 2010 or so.
He'd add zinc balls and nitric acib by eye and decide the order or of products to run to get maximum throughput and layout of products to get good coating. He'd do that all day everyday happily.
The only proble was that there were 3 others of us under his charge and he still was unbelievably bad at communicating what he wanted to run, often he'd just pick some product and start hanging it up and we'd follow monkey see monkey do or it would be a low voice telegram of grunting, like "Initech boondogletron doodads, three gaps from rack 21 on".
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