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Re: PC: Yard in N.J.



Finger Lakes RR had the same problem when they reopened the west half of
the Syracuse & Auburn, NYC/PC/CR Auburn Branch.  nevermind that it was
completed in 1839, seems like there's always a couple of (lets put it
nicely?) folks who have a problem.  

Bill's Syracuse rail page 
Updated with pictures!
http://www.dreamscape.com/pontiac/rail.html

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: From: Peearar <Peearar -AT- aol.com>
: To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
: Subject: Re: PC: Yard in N.J.
: Date: Sunday, May 10, 1998 8:29 AM
: 
: This is Brown's Yard, or in PC timetables of the era, "Brown Yard".  It
is on
: the Sayreville-Old Bridge border.  Operationally, it provides a good
excuse to
: run an occasional electric in, out, or through, but most power was
diesel.  It
: was on the
: Amboy Secondary in PC days, I believe CR now calls it the Sayreville
: Secondary.
: 
: Seems the locals always complain about the noise, probably more under CR
then
: before.  Never mind that tracks ( the old Camden and Amboy) have been
there
: since 1833!
: 
: Jim


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