Duct tape has been mentioned in many threads here, usually in regards to passengers bringing it onboard in order to fix various problems they find on the train - everything from squeaky doors to blocking off air vents. But in my recent travels, I noticed that Amtrak was also using copious amounts of duct tape to "fix" various broken train components. One of the more annoying repairs was a bathroom cabinet door at foot level - the stickiness had worn off & the door constantly tripped people or banged into their ankles while in the bathroom. However, on a later train I saw this "repair" - a commode entirely held together with duct tape! It's hard to see in the photo, but there's another patch job in the lower right as well. So this got me thinking - what's the worst "repair" you've seen on an Amtrak train? How bad does it actually have to get before they really fix it?