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tramrunner, December 17, 2007 in MTA Railroads
Wow! LIRR Doesn't waste anytime. They pull trains up right away. The place where I mostly see trains congested 1 behind the other like that, is at Dekalb during the rush; & Trains usually pile behind each other.
that was close. For it to be the busiest railroad in the country I guess they have to. Cool video tram.
That was quick! The closest I've seen to that is on the train in Manhattan.
Reminds me of Grove Street on PATH with NWK train right on the @$$ of a JSQ train and a 33rd St train right on the @$$ of a WTC train.
Reminds me of HBLR too when a train is late and then the next one is just strolling right behind you. Usually, you don't see the train thats ahead of you. So if you're on a train, and look out the window and see the train ahead of you, something is wrong.
But railroad its slightly different.
Either way, connecting trains are suppose to do that everywhere and anywhere.