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Eric Kreszl

NJ Transit Hoboken NJ 12/31/2007

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Hello Everyone,

 

On New Years Eve I went to Hoboken and took photos again. It was a very INTERESTING day.

 

Here are the photos.

 

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Enjoy,

 

Eric

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WHAT?! Two ALP-44s double headed?! Really unusual.

Where exactly was that train going if it was in service because the doors on the all the cars look to be open.....

 

Nice shots btw!

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WHAT?! Two ALP-44s double headed?! Really unusual.

Where exactly was that train going if it was in service because the doors on the all the cars look to be open.....

 

Nice shots btw!

 

I believe that was a Morris & Essex Lines train. I don't know where it was going. As I left the terminal the train pulled in with both ALP-44's. That was not the first time I have seen a Double headed ALP-44 Consist.

 

Take A look at these photos. I took those in Early October 2007

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Eric

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My guessing is to have more power to pull the train because a portion of that line, the stations are really short distance so the extra power, especially a train being pulled by an ALP-44, could be needed.

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