Thanks for posting. I take it the Penn Station schedules were on the other side of the paper from the Hudson Terminal ones? The catenary was used by MP54's operating to and from the Jersey City (Exchange Place) terminal of the PRR until it closed in 1961. The Jersey City trains (including those pulled by K4's and, later, Baldwin Sharknoses) shared the same double-track line from just west of Journal Square (the PRR trains bracketed Journal Square station to the north and south on tracks which had no platforms) to just east of Harrison, where the H&M diverged westbound and converged eastbound. Today, where the westbound PATH trains slew to the right to platform at Harrison there used to be a turnout leading straight ahead, continuing into Newark station as Track 4; there was a smash board at the home signal which in the horizontal position was just above the roof line of an H&M car and displayed the lighted letters H-M when the switch was lined for the Harrison platform. In the PRR etts the PRR and H&M trains were shown in the same table, in chronological order, with Exchange Place denoting both the PRR and the H&M station. Each H&M train had its own train number, railroad style. (I've never known whether the owl-faced "McAdoo" cars had the same buff strength as a regular railroad coach, but they shared the same railroad with K4's and diesels.) In Triumph V, the top of page 165 shows the track plan as it was at least until 1961.