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Postby Robert Paniagua » Wed Oct 13, 2004 6:47 am

No, I was talking about the New York City Subway.
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Postby octr202 » Wed Oct 13, 2004 8:19 am

My bad Rob! I'll mentally move back over to the right coast then...

I guess its just dreams of seeing an "F: Dudley Station" instead of the Silver Li(n)e.
Wondering if I'll see the Haverhill double-tracking finished before I retire...
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Postby Robert Paniagua » Wed Oct 13, 2004 11:13 am

My bad Rob! I'll mentally move back over to the right coast then...

That's fine with me bro! No problem there :-D

I guess its just dreams of seeing an "F: Dudley Station" instead of the Silver Li(n)e.

Yeah I know, the Green Line should have taken over the Washington Street corridor, and not the stupid Silver Lie with just buses only.
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Postby MickD » Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:46 pm

NJT/MNBuff,
I lived in Northern NJ(Bergen County)for more than 20 years&I currently live on The Cape.Your best bet is to stay in Boston&take R/T on
Kingston/Plymouth line.The bus to the train can be a real ordeal.From
Hyannis you take The Plymouth&Brockton bus to Plymouth(Exit)5,then transfer to a Plymouth Area Link bus to either Cordage Park(North Plymouth)or Kingston behind The Kingston Mall. Depending on the time of day. Puritan Liink for Cordage Park,Mayflower link for Kingston.Keep in mind coming &going to The Cape in season the P&B is VERY SELDOM on time.Even in the off season it's hit or miss.I go by train quite a bit to to Jersey&I take the P-B to south Station top p/u Amtrak.From The Cape on a good day I can make it to Newark in 7 1/2 to 8 hours.

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