03/02/18 Nor'easter(aka Riley)

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Re: 03/02/18 Nor'easter(aka Riley)

Postby mp15ac » Mon Mar 05, 2018 9:37 pm

Head-end View wrote:And mp15ac, it's not the first time the TrainTime App didn't have accurate info. A few months ago I stood on the platform at Mineola looking at the signs displaying info about trains extensively delayed and being held at Jamaica at the same time the App was showing normal service.


I know. Quite often I find that they don't report on every train, or just get the information wrong or late.

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Re: 03/02/18 Nor'easter(aka Riley)

Postby Tommy Meehan » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:08 pm

Head-end View wrote:I believe the photo is looking west from Westbury Station. I heard an engineer call in to the Movement Bureau about this pole just before they suspended service...


Thanks, I thought so. Did the engineer you heard get by it? Looks like some eastbounds are holding in the distance.

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Re: 03/02/18 Nor'easter(aka Riley)

Postby Head-end View » Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:21 pm

Tom yes, the engineer I heard (if I understood correctly) was eastbound and said he got by without a problem but thought that the next westbound might not be able to clear it. Photo may have been taken after service was suspended.
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