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Spring Valley is the terminus of the Pascack Valley Line co-operated by both New Jersey Transit and Metro-North except for two daily in each direction Metro-North expresses that only make the three New York State Rockland County stops and then run non-stop to Secaucus and then Hoboken Terminal. The station has a series of bus stops across from the platform serving as a Hub for Transport for Rockland and the TAPPAN ZEExpress that runs across the Hudson River to Tarrytown on the Metro-North Hudson Line (this how your webmaster continued after riding a train here back in 2005 when the Pascack Valley Line lacked passing sidings and had only peak direction weekday service, passing sidings and all day service began in October 2007) and White Plains.
Photos 1-12 taken on 10 August, 2006, this stop is high on the revisit list

NJ Trainsit PL42A #4001 at Spring Valley after leading the midday train north
NJT PL42A #4001 at Spring Valley
A Metro-North platform sign at Spring Valley, the platform signs at the three Pascack Valley Line stops in New York State have an unusual color for the top line
A MNR Ticket Machine sign for the New Jersey Transit Ticket machine
A MNR information panel at Spring Valley
Spring Valley lettering on the former station house that is now a Pappa John's
A sign about parking at Spring Valley, train parking is unnessarry on sundays since their is no train service here to begin with
NJT PL42A #4001 pushes a deading train it has just brought up to Spring Valley in service just south of Spring Valley
NJT PL42A #4001 heads south of Spring Valley
NJT PL42A #4001 deadheads south of Spring Valley going over the first of many grade crossings
Looking up the tracks by the transit center to the Spring Valley Station
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