Loch Ness Monster
During my behind-the-scenes tour, I took this picture of the maintenance area under the loading platform. It is covered up with drywall and metal trim at the bottom, so the track is not visible, but just above and behind this train is the location where trains are loaded and unloaded. You can see the downward slope of this area which helps trains move from left to right. A green proximity sensor can be seen mounted by the ceiling above the train. This detects the movement of the gates on the loading platform that block people from approaching a train before the appropriate time.
©2018 by Joel A. Rogers.