Broad Street (J/Z) station

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R3toNEC
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Broad Street (J/Z) station

Post by R3toNEC »

While waiting for a northbound J/Z train at Broad St, I often here a siren or horn south of the station. Does anyone know what this is?

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Re: Broad Street (J/Z) station

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Does the horn sound right before the switches move?

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Re: Broad Street (J/Z) station

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That might be the case. It sounds before the train comes up from the layover tracks.

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Re: Broad Street (J/Z) station

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It comes from within the tunnel. I don't think it's intended to alert passengers on the platform since it's only audible from the south end of the station listening into the tunnel.

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Re: Broad Street (J/Z) station

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The T/O on the relay job used to go up and down the ladders there.. Maybe to warn them?

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