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Two MNR Shots

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In Connecticut right now... Some shots I took of the MNRR while I was traveling there.

 

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Who's waving here?

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Ha, I know those MNRR conductors. One of them was doing my morning train in for a while. Nice shots. That looks like the Milford Station in the second picture, correct? I still love those M2s, as beat up as they are.

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Yup, that's Milford.

 

You know, they just rehabbed that station within the past few years and extended the track 4 platform. What did you think of it? I think it's a beautiful station now.

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Nice pics :tup:.Getting on the M2 will have to be put on my to do list.I have traveled to Bridgeport a few times and always catch a M6,never a M2.I guess i never had that luck yet :)

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Nice pics :tup:.Getting on the M2 will have to be put on my to do list.I have traveled to Bridgeport a few times and always catch a M6,never a M2.I guess i never had that luck yet :)

 

The non-GOH'ed ones are ratty and prone to all sorts of failures, but I've had at least one engineer tell me that they accelerate and brake better than both the M4's and M6's. I wonder if them being linked as married pairs as opposed to triplets has anything to do with it.

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