Well, this was an interesting little late evening work shift in the Cumberland Yard. After completing a series of pick-ups and set-outs, I reached the 19th item on my work order, which told me to "Couple to Formation: 32 Vehicles". I checked the switches and headed west, but I quickly noticed that there was a little problem in my way in the form of a pair of engines standing between me and my next pick-up: What's an engineer to do? After a bit of noggin scratching, I figured I'd just couple to that pair of engines and then couple to those 32 cars. Both pick-ups seemed to work (I climbed down and checked them), but the session didn't advance to the next instruction! So I took another look at the yard map: Now, if that ain't a dad-burn mess, I don't know what is!!! At one point, another train did pass me headed west and that may be the one that dropped off those 32 cars, pulled a bit east of them, and then stopped because I was blocking its exit route. Perhaps I'd been driving so fast that ... but that's not my style; if anything, I tend to drive too slow. And then what's train #3 doing sneaking up behind me? P-e-a-culiar! That's the word for it in my vocabulary. Has anyone else around here tried this timetable session and finished it successfully?