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NJ Tranist on MNR?

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I arrived at Greenwich and I happen to see a (NJT) train passing Greenwich it was a double decker.

 

Anyone have any info on this? I did not know they could clear the New Haven line?

 

sadly I was in the car driving so no camera shots.

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For the games right? They finally got that plan going.. Wow I thought it never was going to happen...

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For the games right? They finally got that plan going.. Wow I thought it never was going to happen...

 

Believe you me, this freaked the living soul out of me when my friend showed us picture of it stopped at New Rochelle. They use the Hell Gate Connection to run service. The MNRR is also thinking also of utlizing the Hell Gate connection to bring trains into Penn Station when the LIRR open the East Side Access.

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Believe you me, this freaked the living soul out of me when my friend showed us picture of it stopped at New Rochelle. They use the Hell Gate Connection to run service. The MNRR is also thinking also of utlizing the Hell Gate connection to bring trains into Penn Station when the LIRR open the East Side Access.

 

No they are not going to be going to NYP...

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seeing NJT is using NEC of MNCR-NHL/Amtrak wat game is this about for it going to NH?

 

And is it still NH even if its NJT?

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