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    LIRR MP15AC and MNRR M7A over Astoria



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    #1 GojiMet86

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    Posted 28 October 2016 - 10:44 PM

    Something you don't see everyday. Two MP15AC locomotives hauling four M7A cars on the approach to the Hell Gate bridge. Happens on Thursdays, but I've seen the time vary from a quarter to 10 to almost 12. This is being done to install PTC on the M7A.

     

     

     

     

    Plus ACS-64 #662 being hauled after becoming disabled earlier in the day.

     


    Edited by GojiMet86, 28 October 2016 - 10:45 PM.

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    #2 Cait Sith

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    Posted 29 October 2016 - 04:13 PM

    That could very much explain the 2-4 car sets of MNRR cars I see at the LIRR shop.


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    #3 Tom Meadow

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    Posted 30 October 2016 - 07:50 PM

    I found some articles online about mnrr trains being fixed at lirr shops.One reason the m7 might be bombardier has a office I think in Jamaica or the arch street shops.couple more years we will be seeing more mnrr trains when going into pennstation.
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    #4 Union Tpke

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    • LocationNear a station in Central Queens where three (E) trains terminate late in the AM Rush Hour on weekdays (at 8:27, 9:02, 9:13 from WTC, arriving at my home station at 9:09, 9:44 and 9:56 respectively) and was the terminal for E and EE trains from its opening on December 31, 1936 to April 24, 1937. This station is also home to R160 or R46 layups during the evening and weekend hours.

    Posted 24 February 2017 - 08:20 AM

    Wonderful job. I saw the video, but I forgot to mention that I love it. Keep it up!


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    Long live R32s!

     

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