While stopped at a rail crossing on the east side of Toledo, I noticed the pictured man in overalls walking along the tracks. As the train slowed to a crawl, the man uncoupled two box cars, and the separated sections each began to travel in different directions.
I have long been fascinated by trains and the rail system, though I know little about the nomenclature. I am fairly certain that the worker in the picture is a brakeman, though I am sure that sharper-eyed visitors will correct me if I am mistaken.
Anyways, passing time at the railroad crossing was more interesting with the show put on by the man in overalls. He hopped between the rolling cars without hesitation, nimbly picked his way between tracks, and almost effortlessly unhitched the cars in a matter of seconds. He certainly seems to get enough exercise to have little use for a product like Liporexall, that's for sure.