Metro North Sitcom?

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Kahlua
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Metro North Sitcom?

Post by Kahlua »

Maybe I'm getting old, but I remember a sitcom that lasted only a season or two during the late 80s or early 90s and took place on board a Metro North train. Now as i recall it was either a Hudson or Harlem Line train as the M1a or M3, had the blue and white stripes on the end of the car. I believe that the show was called "Tickets Please" (but my memory might be failing me). Does anybody else remember this show?

Kahlua
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Post by Kahlua »

Just remembered i believe it was a CBS show...

Carmine

Post by Carmine »

In Canada, Global Television had a show called Train 48, based on Toronto's GO commuter line. It was about a group of people who interacted on their morning and evening commutes. Although I'm a railfan, I've never watched the show. :(

Kahlua
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Post by Kahlua »

That sounds just like the show I'm talking about except in Westchester instead of Toronto.

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