Fast Train Was Fast Coffin

Fast Train Becomes Fast Coffin: The train accident in Spain is a copy of the accelerated train accident where we lost 41 in Sakarya.
Two described by the authorities as "excessive speed" kazanThe dynamics of the train are the same: to allow fast/accelerated train traffic on the conventional train track…
In Spain, the death of 80 people due to the derailment of all wagons, the terrible accident that resulted in the injury of passengers above the 100 occurred on the so-called “Alvia tren trains.
Unlike the real high speed train called ı AVE eden, which operates on its own custom rail systems, via Alvia trains kullanıy use the infrastructure of high-speed trains, and they travel on the conventional rail track.
The "Alvia", which has to change the switch and decrease the speed while passing from the high speed train to the conventional rail, is relatively more economical than the "AVEs" that connect all major centers of Spain.
It is this “mixed system Santiago that caused the accident in Santiago de Compostela, one of the“ sacred pilgrimage centers Hır of Christianity, which stands out with its dark Catholic identity because it is one of the rare corners of the Iberian Peninsula that was not conquered by the Arabs.
Departing from Madrid, "Alvia" went half way on the ultra-modern "AVE" line, then switched to the conventional lane, promoted again to the "AVE" rails in the last part of the journey, and finally entered Santiago. Again, from the Franko era, in other words, it is a legacy of Nuhu Nebi. he had to make scissors to the rails ...
Death bend…
Accident is happening in this part of the full journey. When the driver changes the line, he cannot control the speed required and flies on the first “death bend ardından after a long straight track.
When we say bend… As it is clearly chosen in all the images we watched the disaster, it is striking that the bend is a very narrow bend designed for the speed of conventional trains.
Alvia, who can't adjust her 190 mileage on the flat plain as she enters this narrow bend, is flying!
The 13 wagon convoy disintegrates like a set of toys.
The first wagons hit the thick and high walls surrounding the bend.
Those coming from behind, getting on top of each other and firing on the rear wagons that hit each other like amusement park cars.
The last wagon is flying off the ramp and swung out of the high station walls.
This is all happening in milliseconds.
Dead and wounded are scattered on the tracks.
The “Spanish-style high-speed train” is thus the “fast coffin sağlayan that provides the fastest access to the wooden village.
The longest line after China
The responsibility for all this is now to fall on a crazy machinist who is passionate about speed. It is obvious that the driver is not the only driver, but the real madness is in Spain's obsession with the “high speed train en!
With the model of transition to successful democracy in '80', Spain envied everyone and tried to quickly compensate for the delay between the major European countries in the last 30 year.
In order to compete and compete with the most developed countries of the Old Continent, such as Germany and France, it undertook enormous infrastructure investments that exceeded their real possibilities. Giant airports left dormant in places, up to remote corners made up long-speed train networks.
So much so that in the last 20 year, Spain has suddenly become Europe's longest high-speed rail network. Even Europe is the word, 2 thousand 665 mileage connection - 20 times larger than itself! - China became the world's largest high-speed train land.
Now we see that this unprecedented "high speed train" breakthrough has been achieved in an extraordinary "six-pipe-top-pipe" way. First, the move was started with real high-speed train "AVEs", then the mixed "Alvia" system I explained above was adapted to expand this network everywhere.
Existing rail systems have been used in certain places, such as in the case of Santiago, because the conditions do not allow the expropriation required to build the high-speed train infrastructure everywhere.
Metaphor of Spain
The Santiago train, a grave for dozens of people, is now transforming into the metaphor of Spain, striking the wall as it runs at dizzying speed.
When I went to Spain this winter, I saw that the economic crisis had already destroyed the “myth of the high-speed train”.
The patchy bundle “high-speed train” network, most of which is funded by EU funds, all said to have risen to € 50 billion, was said to serve simple upper-income segments. Some of the lines were empty because ticket fares were too high.
Taking into account the high maintenance and repair costs, it was understood that Spain squandered its valuable resources for high speed train.
In addition to these investments made in order to cut off the "great state" racon instead of providing effective "service" to the public, it is seen that in addition to this, big rents and bribes are returned; that these were filled into the coffers of political parties that opened public tenders; It was told that there was enormous construction speculation on new stations and areas opened to expropriation ...
The accident in Santiago de Compostela mirrors the image of Spain, which has been briefly agitated by economic crisis and political corruption scandals.

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