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Here are pictures of K cars, picked from the North Jersey Electric Railway Historical Society. The information at the bottom talks about a wreck at Harrison. When I was working PC towers in the 1970s, I heard about a wreck some time before, caused by the operator at Hudson. It was at night, a drill was crossing onto the freight tracks between the PRR and the Lackawanna I think, but was fowling the H&M tracks. The switch was a rusty rail when reversed and interlocking circuits showed the drill clear. The operator did not want to delay the H&M so, rather than wait for the drill to get on the wayside phone to report clear of the rusty rail, he normalled it and gave the H&M train the railroad. This may be the wreck referred to.