Pavonia no more

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Re: Pavonia no more

Post by R36 Combine Coach » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:09 pm

OportRailfan wrote:
Jeff Smith wrote:Brief Quote:

I'd be interested to know if any other names in the PATH system have changed?
World Trade Center used to be Hudson Terminal and before the H&M moved operations to Newark Penn, there used to be Park Place in Newark up until 1937.
But they were prior, different terminals rather than renamings.
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Re: Pavonia no more

Post by OportRailfan » Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:34 pm

I know. Just was rambling off closed/different locations of former stations.
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Re: Pavonia no more

Post by HBLR » Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:58 pm

So, the signs on the walls still say "pavonia newport", but several column signs have been removed, ad replaced with UGLY oversize "NEWPORT" signs, in the newer "PATH blue". One or 2 of the columns had no sign, just marks where the original smaller black signs used to be. I think this money would be better spent fixing up the mold dungeon of a station vs fiddling with signs.
No I'm not a railroad professional, but that doesn't mean I can't provide first hand observational comments.

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