Those signs look good. I wonder if they are still there, a year and a half later.
Around the time those CNJ RDG signs went up, when the Aldene plan went into effect, I was living in Jersey City and working at Hunter tower, near Waverly. I would take the PATH train from Journal Square, and when we would get to Newark, I'd stay on, and the crew would run me down to South Street. I would clime off and walk in to Hunter. They did that every morning for the few months that I was at Hunter.
The PATH would stop at Hack, Karny and Hudson to pick up and discharge railroaders outside of rush hours. Karny and Hudson even had platforms next to the PATH tracks. When I first started working for the Pennsy, PATH conductors collected tickets between Newark and Journal Square; and of course, our Pennsy pass was good.
In Later years, the PATH gave the block operators at the three towers on their line, passes, plastic cards that worked the turnstiles in Newark, Harrison and Journal Square. I worked Waldo too, for quite a while. And I worked Dock before the Aldene plan, and would route the PATH trains in and out, and to the tail track.