T2 and MCG:
Frazer Shops are between Malvern and Exton and are named for that Chester County town.
The push pull trains are based and maintained there.
Overbrook Yard and Shop Complex maintains and stores MU cars there. Powelton Yard is just
west of 30th Street Station. There is layover space at Suburban Station on Tracks 0,5,6 and 7.
Wayne Electric car shop and storage yard was inherited from the Reading and was their prime
maintenance facility for the RDG MU fleet. Roberts Yard and Liberty Yard (for RRD maintenance)
are two separate adjacent facilities.
Yards on lines: Media, West Trenton, Lansdale, Doylestown and lay up tracks at Warminster and
at Elm Street in Norristown.
Trenton has limited lay over track space for SEPTA RRD trains. There is no RRD yard facility on
the Wilmington-Newark Line.
Chestnut Hill East has a yard and Chestnut Hill West has layover track space but is not used for
overnight layover of equipment thanks to NIMBY complaints of train noise. This was one of the
prime reasons that push pull trains no longer run to or are stored overnight in Doylestown.
This should answer the OP question...MACTRAXX
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