Discussion relating to the B&O up to it's 1972 merger into Chessie System. Visit the B&O Railroad Historical Society for more information. Also discussion of the C&O up to 1972. Visit the C&O Historical Society for more information. Also includes the WM up to 1972. Visit the WM Historical Society for more information.
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Under the USRA during WWI trains to New York were routed to Pennsylvania Station instead of the CNJ terminal. What was the routing? I know from the schedule that Bound Brook was a station stop so I figure they used the Reading from Philadelphia to there. Where did they switch from the to the PRR?
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Routing was RDG- LV to Newark via Bound Brook, thence PRR. RDG power was used, which was changed to a PRR electric at Manhattan Transfer.
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This subject was recently brought up in the New York State Railfan forum, and the question arose as to where the B&O locomotives were serviced between runs. It would seem that the logical way would have been for the servicing to be performed by the PRR at Meadows, billing the B&O for the work done. Maybe someone on here knows.