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Now it's MNRR's turn to experience the burn (literally)


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Service remains temporarily suspended into and out of Grand Central due to a fire in the vicinity of the E. 138th Street Bridge.


Outbound customers departing Grand Central are advised to take New York City Transit's 4 or D train to E. 161 Street where they can transfer to a Harlem, Hudson or New Haven Line train at Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station.


Currently, Metro-North is providing hourly inbound service. Customers traveling to Grand Central are advised to do the following:


Hudson Line--Take a Hudson Line train to Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station and transfer to the 4 or D subway line.


Harlem and New Haven Lines--Take a train to Woodlawn Station for the 2 subway line or Yankees-E. 153rd Street for the 4 or D subway line.


During this incident, New York City Transit is honoring Metro-North tickets.


Link: http://mta.info/status/serviceStatus.html


Now Metro-North is FUBARed...can't the railroads get a break?

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Seems to have resumed with delays. Never seen the Park avenue bridge get into this issue..


Wonder if most inbound train from the Harlem/NH Line ended at 153rd St station via Mott Haven wye. And others at Melrose.. but idk.

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