If you mean me, yes, I spent heaps of time on I-40, but my company also ran the "Southern Route" down on I-10, which is where I live now, I can see the interstate from my deck, LOL. The railroad line too, it's actually a dual track since so much freight moves along this corridor. I like the view across the San Pedro Valley, I call the railroad my little toy train set... the trains are just far enough away to not be obnoxious, more like the "lonesome whistle" in so many Johnny Cash tunes, 10-4? Some of those trains must be two miles long, or damned near two miles long, they stretch forever across the valley... Here's some trivia for y'all: the "Eisenhower Interstate System" was conceived by Dwight and his administration so that men & equipment could be moved more easily across the nation. The prior road system was simply a patchwork of skinny roads which led drivers across country in haphazard fashion, and it often took two or three weeks to make it across, going through all those small towns and whatnot. Interstate highways made it easier to drive straight across, shortening transit time considerably. Trust a military man to make this happen, only makes sense, LOL. Here's something many citizens don't know: highway engineers often used old railroad surveys to figure out where to put the roads, no point in surveying the entire country again when railway men had already done it many decades ago, in some places over a century ago. This is why so many highways run parallel to railroad tracks, the gubmint simply bought up adjoining parcels or used eminent domain to wrest them from landowners. Whenever you drive along a modern interstate highway, look over and see railroad tracks, know that the tracks were there long before the highways were built. GOTTA RUN, THE CARPET CREW ARRIVES TOMORROW AND I HAVE TO FINISH THE FINAL TEDIOUS TRIM PAINTING IN THE ROOMS BEING CARPETED. THANK GOD IT'S JUST A LITTLE BIT OF PAINTING, CHEERS!!!