Southern Tier - East of Binghamton

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Re: Southern Tier - East of Binghamton

Postby SecaucusJunction » Sat Jun 23, 2018 7:18 am

Probably never...
I think it may be possible that NJ Transit might not be the perfect, infallible organization that most people assume it is.
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Re: Southern Tier - East of Binghamton

Postby waldwickrailfan » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:41 am

Carnival train went west in daylight on July 18th

NS 20W came down August 8th.

First time a stack train has detoured down this way since October 22, 2006. Took NJT all the way down to croxton. 3.5 hours Bingo-PJ
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Re: Southern Tier - East of Binghamton

Postby johnpbarlow » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:19 am

Per NYSW Railfans Facebook page, apparently SU-99(?) derailed near Hale Eddy at around 0300 this AM?

http://wnbf.com/train-derailment-reported-in-delaware-county/
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Re: Southern Tier - East of Binghamton

Postby rhallock » Mon Dec 03, 2018 4:23 pm

In the New Jersey railfan section, I noticed that the two E8s which I believe will power the Toys for Tots train were in an NS train traveling toward Suffern. Have they or will they be moved over the Southern Tier line to Binghamton?
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