Josh and the Armchair Mayor: Talkin' trains

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Do trains in downtown Kamloops drive you crazy, or do you love them? Mel Rothenburger and Josh Pagé jump on board this debate (Josh Pagé/CBC).
Loud whistles, noisy tracks and blocked traffic.

Just another day in downtown Kamloops near the train tracks.

About 30 trains pass through the centre of the city everyday.

Kamloops isn't alone in having a busy rail yard right downtown.

Towns and cities across B.C. are teaming up and hoping to find ways their rail relations can be better.
   
Armchair Mayor Mel Rothenburger says we need to get on track and starting embracing each and every train, but Josh Pagé thinks Mel's opinion needs to be de-railed.

Here is this week's episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor.

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