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Thank you Noel, I appreciate the info!
"That sapling that once grew just south of Wassaic may be long gone, and the Harlem Line’s appearance may have changed over the years, but for decades to come, I can count on it continuing to provide me with funny recollections"
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Was driving through Newburgh today and observed CSX local C711 serving Rays rail materials. Power was a SD40-3 (engine 4040). Was surprised to see a 6 axle engine on the Newburgh Industrial due to seeing an old timetable showing 6 axle engines being prohibited on the line. C711 pulled out 17 gondolas full of used railroad ties and 4 scrap cars and dropped of 2 gondolas and 4 scrap cars. There was still an additional 4 gondola that had remained on the outer siding. The entire constant went almost all the way to Union Ave in New Windsor and when I drove down Union ave it looked as if the local or a hi rail vehicle had gone through the crossing at Union ave (through the snow). I know that there is a runaround track near the end of the line. Don't know if the train goes down to runaround their train before heading back north to Kingston or if a hi rail had gone done earlier to inspection the track due to the later train move...