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  by Bracdude181
 
Oops. Before I forget.

They did some work past Whiting. Not much though, just removal of fallen trees.

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  by Bracdude181
 
Seen here are two Ashland Railway ex Conrail GP9s pulling into Lakehurst with a sand train. Photo is from the 80s.Image

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  by Bracdude181
 
Nothing on the gp38s but the tie work is progressing going off the latest Facebook post from them

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  by Bracdude181
 
Between Winslow Junction and the Richland Train Station. They haven't finished yet but the track is significantly better now. Hopefully they do between Richland and Tuckahoe next. That parts ok but starting to get bumpy in spots.

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  by Railcar1
 
Bracdude181 wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 8:12 am Between Winslow Junction and the Richland Train Station. They haven't finished yet but the track is significantly better now. Hopefully they do between Richland and Tuckahoe next. That parts ok but starting to get bumpy in spots.

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Do they run at 25mph like Conrail did?
  by Bracdude181
 
Don't know, but the rails are much more straight on the sections they've finished so far. Not sagging at the joints anymore depending on where you look.

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