I was a railroad police officer assigned to Penn Station, New York in 1969-70. At that time you had SCL and Southern Railroad trains arriving and departing New York under PC power. Remember that the ETT's at the time would give these trains Penn Central train numbers. These trains however would have conductors, assistant conductors and trainmen of the respective RR's on the train. I was told that they were responsible for ticket collection and other services that would normally be done by the Penn Central crews. Could some tell me if that would be correct or was there also a PC crew on the train or at least a PC conductor? Remember this is pre Amtrak and SR didn't fold into Amtrak for many years later.