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 Tom Armstrong - Locomotive Engineer / Public Speaker


  

 

 
   
 Nominated in the Hero's Category for The Canadian Railway Hall of Fame in 2008, a Locomotive Engineer since 1977 Tom Armstrong has had enough of crashing into vehicles at level railway crossings. After going through a ten year period of hitting everything from a parked car to a road grader he has put "his" story together, and is willing to share it with you."

    Tom has made a personal commitment to stopping this needless cause of pain and suffering. He has witnessed families torn apart as locomotives smash their way through peoples automobiles as well as their lives. He's even watched a mother drag her family in front of his train, because she didn't want to wait.
see: Brenda's letter to Reader's Digest

     Law Enforcement Agencies are urged to ask about our training presentation designed to assist you investigate rail incidents. Contact  rarmstr2@sasktel.net for more information or send a message from our “Contact Us” page.

   "Crossing Safely is sponsored by The North America Railway Foundation. The Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation, which was formed on October 22, 1996 with the financial support of organized rail labor. Its purpose is to explore, nurture and support railway safety, efficiency and technology and to educate about and preserve the history of railroads in the United States and Canada. The goals of the Foundation are achieved by providing direct and active financial support to deserving institutions and projects, which exemplify the Foundation's purpose."



 

 

Sponsored in part by the:

North American Railway Foundation (NARF),

 

 

Disclaimer:

Crossing Safely Programs is a Canadian registered business .The sole purpose is to educate the public about the dangers
on and around railway crossings and properties and to give insight to the emotional damage railway crews experience
following these types of crashes. Crossing Safely Programs is not affiliated with, or to be confused with,
The Angels on Track® Foundation’s educational subsidiary entitled “Crossing to Safety®
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