This is not so much a rant as it is a simple(?) question:
After a train is built, how does it get to the station(s)?
Not all railways are connected. Are they put on trucks and driven to a place where road meets rail, the way road meets water for boat launchs?
This is the poster for Hampton Theatre Company's upcoming production of Good People. The show has not yet been cast - thus the use of Actor One, Actor Two, and so on...
designingjoe - Tip
A logo doesn't have to convey what your company does
More often than not, business logos don't actually portray what the company does. Or creates. Think the McDonald's Golden Arches. No hamburgers. Think the FedEx logo. No trucks or planes (though a cool 'hidden' arrow). Think the Nike swoosh. No sneakers or golf shirts. etc. It's often better to have a corporate logo that's graphically void of detail – a logo that can be adapted to whatever direction the company takes. Think the Apple logo. True, it is an apple. But there's no indication that it belongs to a computer company.