Roslyn station question

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rdgrailfan
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Roslyn station question

Post by rdgrailfan » Sun Nov 03, 2019 11:10 am

I was reading a 1963 ETT for the Philadelphia division and was stumped with a reference to Roslyn station
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Roslyn W. E. D. T - checked abbreviations, none line up to "WEDT, only station to reference this after station name.
Any ideas what the reference to W. E. D. T. would be?

LNE655
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Re: Roslyn station question

Post by LNE655 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:42 am

EDT stood for End DoubleTrack. I'd assume the W stood for "westward", which was the TT direction, even though it was going east.

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