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:eek: Nice shots. I see they are starting to mix & match the car types.

 

I see you also caught a NS trash train! :P

 

- Andy

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:eek: Nice shots. I see they are starting to mix & match the car types.

 

I see you also caught a NS trash train! :P

 

- Andy

 

Thanks!! and path always been mixing there cars!!

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Ah, you got to the overhead bridges. Cool shots.

 

I see they are starting to mix & match the car types.
PATH has always done that with the PA-1s/2s/3s/and 4s.

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Ah, you got to the overhead bridges. Cool shots.

 

PATH has always done that with the PA-1s/2s/3s/and 4s.

 

Did not know that:eek:, i always catch trains that are all the same type!!! :P

 

- Andy

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Great photos, those cars need some replacement, the PA4's, that look like R142A's running on (4)<4>(6) and <6>. Should be out soon enough.

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Great photos, those cars need some replacement, the PA4's, that look like R142A's running on (4)<4>(6) and <6>. Should be out soon enough.

 

Thanks!!

 

Those not don't need to be replaced!! There holding up great!!

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those cars need some replacement
Not really.

 

the PA4's, that look like R142A's running on (4)<4>(6) and <6>. Should be out soon enough.
PA-4s looking like R142As?!? PA-4s look nothing like the R142As.

 

And if you're talking about the NEW PA-5s, those don't look like R142As either! They look more like the R143/R160s except shorter, and have a blue front.

 

The car leading in the 1st and 2nd photos, and then the end car in the 6th photo, are PA-4s.

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an easy way to distinguish PA-4s from PA1-3s are that the 4's have 3 doors on each side, but the rest only have 2.

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an easy way to distinguish PA-4s from PA1-3s are that the 4's have 3 doors on each side, but the rest only have 2.

And that the PA-4s have stainless steel bodies while the PA-1/2/3 have painted aluminum bodies.

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These are very nice photos!

 

Thanks! I can't belive that the photos in this thread up still up even though I made this thread well over a year ago. I need to go back to this spot to get photos of the PA5s lol.

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