• CMSL Cape May New Jersey Seashore Lines Passenger Operations

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Pertaining to all railroading subjects, past and present, in New Jersey

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  by glennk419
 
Sorry to hear that. They were well cared for by Tony's team and added some nice character to Tuckahoe. Does anyone know where they are headed? Pictures?
  by liftedjeep
 
glennk419 wrote: Thu Jan 06, 2022 12:23 pm Sorry to hear that. They were well cared for by Tony's team and added some nice character to Tuckahoe. Does anyone know where they are headed? Pictures?
Back home to the URHS. They were on lease by CMSL.
  by Bracdude181
 
Apparently there is a CEFX GP20D en route to Camden. It’s currently parked at the CSX yard in North Bergen.

Is that what will be replacing the GP7 and GP9 that CMSL has returned to the URHS??
  by CR7876
 
Bracdude181 wrote:Apparently there is a CEFX GP20D en route to Camden. It’s currently parked at the CSX yard in North Bergen.

Is that what will be replacing the GP7 and GP9 that CMSL has returned to the URHS??
CEFX GP20D #2031 is not for CMSL
  by Tanker1497
 
Seashore rail lines a car is hung up stuck on tracks. Where? It just came accross the scanner and police is reaching out for assitances. I think they called Lakeview towing which is in Hammonton NJ
  by JohnFromJersey
 
Would it ever be possible for CMSL to run somewhat frequent "excursions" from somewhere on the AC line to Cape May in the summers??? I'd imagine depending where the terminus on the AC line was, it could be pretty popular in the summers. I doubt outside of like April-September anyone would really use it.
  by liftedjeep
 
NJ Transit would never allow Cape May Seashore Lines to operate along the Atlantic City Line. You can start with the need for Positive Train Control, and go from there.

The City of Cape May has been "inaccessible" to rail traffic (other than the occasional speeder) for close to 10 years now. Poor track conditions, an inoperable canal swing bridge, etc...
CMSL has relied on a portion of the (Conrail maintained) Beesleys Point Secondary between Richland and Tuckahoe to operate their excursion trains. I honestly don't think you'll ever get much more than that from Cape May Seashore Lines.
  by Bracdude181
 
Heard from a friend that the Cape May Branch has been cleared of all vegetation from Woodbine to Cold Spring and that most railcar storage has been moved to the BEES south of Tuckahoe…
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