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Sandy's Effects Still Evident at Coney Island Rail Yard

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It takes a lot to turn a modern railroad back into a 19th century operation—but, about four feet of salt water, mounds of storm-driven sand, sustained high winds and the absence of electrical controls did just that. Those are the conditions out at MTA New York City Transit's massive Coney Island Rail Yard after Superstorm Sandy blasted through the City last year.

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