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  1. I have moved into my house in SCR for over a week. I am so glad train noise is a non-issue. It has been so quiet at night. I work in downtown. It takes about 20 - 25 minutes to get from Shadow Creek Ranch to downtown if I leave the house around 6 AM. In the afternoon (I leave around 4 PM), it'd take about the same time for me to reach home. I am somewhat surprised by the amount of traffic on 288 in the morning. There are a lot more cars on 288 than I had expected.
  2. Thanks for the info. I'm moving into Silver Leaf Glen subdivision. It's a bit closer to the railroad track. Anyway, I'm glad that you and your mom haven't heard any train noises at night. BTW, I work in downtown. How's the traffic on 288 between 6 and 6:30 am? Thanks for the info. However, I believe there are two sets of tracks in your area. One is from 90 and the other one is along FM 521. I used to live in Sugar Land, fairly close to the track along 90. I used to hear the trains twice or three times a night as well. Anyway, I'm just wondering about the source of the noise. Could it come from the trains coming from 90 or FM 521?
  3. I hope you are right and you're not a heavy sleeper. Are you in the Perry 50' section? I'm moving into the Perry subdivision.
  4. I'm a light sleeper. I'm a bit paranoid about the noises at night. I'm moving into Shadow Creek Ranch this weekend. I've checked with a few neighbors and they said they didn't hear anything at night. I've also checked with the store clerks working in the Chevron gas station (FM 521 & FM2234). They claimed the trains only pass that railroad crossing during the day (8 AM to 6 PM). My house is about 1.4 mile from the gas station. I hope they're right.
  5. I bought a house in Shadow Creek Ranch. It's quite close to the FM 2234 and FM 521 intersection. I've been there numerous times but I haven't seen any trains pass by the railroad crossing in that area yet. Anyway, I'm somewhat concerned about train noises (whistles & track rumblings). Does anyone know how frequent does the train runs at night? Thanks.
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