by R36 Combine Coach
The PA3s were (reportedly) suffering from corrosion the most, which is why they were taked out of service earlier.
Since my friend continues to chain smoke nonstop, she is probably an Alco.
R36 Combine Coach wrote:Another PA1/PA4 train on the Newark line this morning (6/13). No 600-series cabs, just two 100-series "B" cars.Tuesday night, one of the 4 sets of cars used on the JSQ/HOB/33 overnight service consisted of 800-series and 100-series. The other 3 sets were PA-5 cars.
Fan Railer wrote:Interesting twist... rode the system today to survey some things. They have cars 5813 and 5206 in service. In addition, it is possible to see the speedometer at your own risk through the cab door hinge. I clocked the PA-5 at 46 mph in the lower hudson tube and at 57 mph descending the lift bridge towards newark right out of jsq. Balancing speed is 55 mph.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7-D9ooMfSg - Video from that day... more of a sound recording than not, with all those damn security cameras and PATH's anti cam laws.....