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kilroy wrote: ↑Wed Jul 17, 2019 1:39 pm They should have used PC and not the PRR.To be fair, doing this to the coaches costed NJT nothing, while repainting an engine (which they are already short on) would have been a lot more pricey.
Since they used the PRR, they should have used the Erie and the DL&W and not the EL for the same reason.
Wish they had wrapped locomotives. Would have been interesting to see an ALP-46 in Tuscan red with cat whiskers not to mention a GP-40 painted up CNJ again.
mcgrath618 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 17, 2019 7:11 pmThe originally linked-article says "NJT’s Heritage Coach project was developed, at no extra cost to the agency, with Intersection." THeir websiteDutchRailnut wrote: ↑Wed Jul 17, 2019 6:47 pm sure and you believe it.Sorry, I forgot my tin foil hat
Ken W2KB wrote: ↑Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:34 pm It must be noted that 2019 is not the 40th anniversary of NJ Transit rail operations. NJ Transit took over NJ rail service on January 1, 1983, so 2023 would be the appropriate year for commemoration. 2019 is the 40th anniversary of NJ Transit taking over Public Service Electric and Gas Company's bus subsidiary.NJT took over NJDOT's passenger rail division in 1979, though operated by Conrail crews. New NJT livery began appearing in 1980-81.
MACTRAXX wrote: ↑Thu Jul 18, 2019 7:35 am NJ Transit posted this 40th Anniversary video:seems weird that there's no mention of midtown direct service in this video…but Secaucus is supposed to be like PSNY or WAS? lol…