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dan tar on May 28

this line is owned by nj transit

Adam Elmquist on May 28

Thank you Dan what train runs down here I've seen NS is it out H02 ?

dan tar on May 28

none h02 is dover to washington nj nj transit owns the line from easton pa to nework nj ns has track rights from easton to bloomsbury nj

Adam Elmquist on May 28

H02 will also work down to Totowa, NJ on the Totowa Industrial track which is the old Greenwood Lake Branch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcHNvst8ECg

So which NS local train works this I have seen NS run down here.

dan tar on May 31

it mite h76 but there is no freight on this line there eas a day where they had a problem with a train and had to us this line to store the cars untill they could fix the problem

check out my picture of jc in phillipsburg on the 29th i have five in all

Adam Elmquist on June 1

This would be a possible route if this were to become a reality. SMART Lehigh Valley

dan tar on June 2

ns wont let it happen

Adam Elmquist on June 2

Dan They don't need NS to let it happen along the Lehigh Line we have abandoned Row still of the CNJ with the use of having their own dedicated track which NS could also use in some parts, the "Smart" could use flyovers to actually go over the Lehigh Line similar to the Hudson Bergen Light Rail people said that wouldn't happen but it did thanks to being separated from freight.

dan tar on June 2

ns would haft build a new bridge from easton to phillipsburg then a new line to bloomsbury ns was going to build a new bridge & put the leigh line back in but it would cost to much

Adam Elmquist on June 3

Through the Railfan network pipeline freight is on an increase starting next year NS should be running some road trains down the Port Jervis Line signaling has been getting upgraded along the Southern Tier to support this, what this means should ease some traffic on the Lehigh Line. Maybe the wish list for passenger travel to and from Allentown to NYC could become a reality. CSAO already shares access with NJT from Newark / Valley Junction to Aldene.

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