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  1. The sun was directly in front most of the time, so these are not very professional, sorry.
  2. Thanks for all your help. Our trip was great and we had no problems whatsoever. My buddy that lived on LI told me that he had a surprise for us on our return trip. On our return trip to Penn, his girlfriend who was a conductor as it turned out, got us up in the front of the train. It was a really good experience for my daughter and I. I will post some pictures when I get them downloaded. Thanks again for all the advise!
  3. You'd fit in down here! Except replace youz with y'all. Reading the last few post on here makes me think I'm watching My Cousin Vinny. Thanks for y'alls help on the other thead!
  4. Hell, it sounds like I should put Penn Station on my list of places to visit on Friday while I'm in the city.
  5. Thanks for all the replies. I understand it now. Also, I forgot to mention that my trip to LI will be on a Saturday, so that should help with the stations being less crowded, right?
  6. The below is from my new person intro so I wouldn't have to go through it again. Like I said above, I will be using this mode to get to the Smithtown station on Long Island. I'm obviously having a time understanding the map. It's pretty obvious to me that I will need to get on at Penn Station in New York. I will be staying in Newark near the airport. I shouldn't have a problem getting to Penn Station as I will be traveling there the previous day while visiting Manhattan. The confusion starts after that. The map shows grey lines leaving Penn. Station then branching out. I see poss
  7. I guess y'all know I have some questions. :eek: I'm from Statesboro, Georgia. Yes, the same Statesboro as the Allman Brothers made famous in one of their songs. I will be asking a few questions in the LIRR section today. I've read most of the threads, looked at the pics, and watched the videos. As you can imagine, trains and/or subways are not our main mode of alternate travel; just 4 wheelers and mules (no, not that kind). My 11 year old daughter and I are going to NY next week to visit three buddies from my Marine Corps days. I haven't seen them since we left Okinawa, Japan in

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