Category Archives: Transit Glossary

Fanning Responsibly: A rough guide to enjoying the hobby trouble-free

Railfanning and busfanning are great hobbies, can be enjoyed by everyone, and can entertain for hours, days, months, and even years.  The only way, though, to really enjoy the hobby in this day and age is responsibly.  Too many times … Continue reading

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Transit Glossary: Rail Fanning How-To Continued

There are many ways to watch the rails, and the trains that run along them, from freight to passenger, from light rail to commuter rail. Rail fanning is slightly different from bus fanning.  There are many ways to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Transit Glossary: Rail Fanning How-To

There are many ways to watch the rails, and the trains that run along them, from freight to passenger, from light rail to commuter rail. Rail fanning is slightly different from bus fanning.  There are many ways to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Transit Glossary: Bus Fanning How-To Continued

There’s so much more to fanning, especially on the bus and rail sides of the hobby, that I had to add a Part 2 to this post.  Believe me, I’m starting to think about the plethora of topics to speak … Continue reading

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Transit Glossary: Bus Fanning How-To

How does it work?  What does it take?  How much time and effort does it require?  What are fans or enthusiasts talking about when they say certain things?  It all sounds like mumbo-jumbo…until someone tries to explain the method behind the … Continue reading

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