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Eric Kreszl

NJ Transit to Rebuild locomotives

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The 44s will live on. It would have been a shame to see them go. It also discusses the MOM a little. I guess the Freehold branch is a no go like I thought it would.

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OMG!!! The 44 are still gonna live. Hmm. I think I could imagine a rebuild ALP-44 or as a rumor says, ALP-44R.

Possibly.

 

Another rumor and this one has a high chance of happening, that the scheme would be the Warrington Wave. All I have to say about that is YUCK!

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Possibly.

 

Another rumor and this one has a high chance of happening, that the scheme would be the Warrington Wave. All I have to say about that is YUCK!

 

They don't look so bad on the buses. Maybe on a locomotive its a different story.

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They don't look so bad on the buses. Maybe on a locomotive its a different story.

Its alright on the buses, especially on the MCIs. I don't mind it on the RTSs but I rather stick with the stripes on them. Good thing NJT isn't putting the Warrington Wave on all the RTS.

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I'm not too into train lingo but what in the world is the Warrington scheme.

 

I don't think its train lingo but the name of the scheme itself. I could be wrong.

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I'm not too into train lingo but what in the world is the Warrington scheme.

Its not on trains, but on buses yes.

 

Looks something like this:

http://www.ttmg.org/photos/tlogan/NJT_Nova_1135.jpg

 

And here how the back is:

http://www.ttmg.org/photos/dbermudez/NJT_Nova_1275.jpg

 

And the MCIs:

http://www.ttmg.org/photos/tlogan/NJT_MCI_7129.jpg

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Ahhhh! Dear god i hope they do mimic the scheme ALP-46's instead! Oh my god. I think there changing the NJT logo because the MARTA in Atlanta has a similar logo.

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Ahhhh! Dear god i hope they do mimic the scheme ALP-46's instead! Oh my god. I think there changing the NJT logo because the MARTA in Atlanta has a similar logo.

 

 

In my opinion the current ALP-44 paint job gives the observer and railroad photographer the classic 1990's NJ Transit appearance. It gives a little variety. By the way NJ Transit ALP-44 #4412 is at the Medowlands Maintenance Complex (MMC) with no stripes awaiting a new paint job. Who knows what it will look like when its repainted?:D

 

 

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In my opinion the current ALP-44 paint job gives the observer and railroad photographer the classic 1990's NJ Transit appearance. It gives a little variety. By the way NJ Transit ALP-44 #4412 is at the Medowlands Maintenance Complex (MMC) with no stripes awaiting a new paint job. Who knows what it will look like when its repainted?:D

 

 

Eric

Uh oh. Won't be long then. Hopefully they keep the scheme and with that ALP-44 thats about to get painted just get it back and all fresh. Lets see if the rumor about the ALP-44 getting the Warrington Wave is true.

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