At 10am Tuesday March 11th, CP-Sully on the NS Lehigh Line was placed in service at MP 39.6. The former Royce Running Track is now designated as #1 Main and the former Single Main is now designated as #2 main.
kilroy wrote:I know the control points on the Chemcial Coast Line were renamed for NS employees. I suspect this might be the case here.The Control points on the Chemical coast were named for Conrail managers. "Sully" was named for John Sullivan a locomotive engineer from the NS (ex-EL) that passed away before his retirement.
RailsEast wrote:If it is the 372 signal, then it is MP 37.2 on the Lehigh Line; just east of here, the bridge over Main St. in Manville is marked 36.41, and the mile markers increase as you go west. I have yet to get out there myself, but I would guess that the sign reads 3725, as in MP 37.25.should be 372W/371W and 372E/371E . In double (and triple) track territory the last digit is usually the track number and the letter the direction of travel. The Lehigh Line is East/West
And, approval of CP SULLY duly noted in the annals of rr.net.....