+141 Living next to or near an airport or train tracks is not bad at all. amirite?

by Anonymous 11 months ago

As someone who lives near an airport, I can confirm that it's not as bad as people make it out to be. Plus, you get used to the noise pretty quickly.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

Love trains. Spent a few years as a kid living next to the tracks. Never got over it . Mom's got a few pictures of my brother, me, and the family dog, lined up against the back fence watching the trains go by. Family story is the 0330 (am) train is the reason for our little brother. Still love trains.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

That's a good story lol

by Anonymous 11 months ago

Tell that to the people of east Palestine

by Anonymous 11 months ago

Yeah right. Lived next to train tracks, don't enjoy the 3 am horn

by Anonymous 11 months ago

I lived near tracks, 100 yards, and near an air force base, at the same time. You get used to the trains and the jets flying over.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

I like the noises actually. I just like knowing "the world is moving" or however that should be phrased.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

I love living in a busy city in general, I moved out into a more country area (thats marriage for ya) and I find it uneasy.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

I took care of someone's house while they went on a trip. Holy crap it was wayyy too quiet. I put the TV in the living room on Loud SportsCenter just so I could fall asleep.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

"So often, you won't even notice it"

by Anonymous 11 months ago

You get used to it. I lived in an apartment with a freight train running right outside the window. The first few times it came through at 3AM and the building started shaking it was terrifying but once you get used to it you don't really notice.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

My first house had a train directly in my Back yard. It was annoying the first 3-5 days and then I literally couldn't hear it anymore. People would come over and point it out to me but I would go months and months with out even noticing a train go by

by Anonymous 11 months ago

Living near train tracks sucks. I'm glad I don't anymore. I can still hear the trains through my headphones when I game with my former roommate

by Anonymous 11 months ago