Mahwah, NJ
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Mahwah, NJ is a simple Main Line New Jersey Transit Station located in extreme northern New Jersey, right near the border with Rockland County and New York State, the next stop north where most service terminates with the exception of Metro-North subsidized Port Jervis Line Trains is Suffern, New York. The station is on a simple embankment with an original station house, that now seems to be fully locked on the Hoboken-bound track. The area between the tracks is now fully fenced to get between the platforms; sidewalks on Miller Road that goes underneath the tracks must be used.
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(mahwah1) NJT F40PH-2CAT Locomotive #4125 pushes a southbound Bergen County Line local train south of Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah2) NJT F40PH-2CAT Locomotive #4125 continues pushes a train south of Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah3) NJT F40PH-2CAT Locomotive #4125 south of Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah4) A Mahwah station sign in front of the now closed station house, the directional arrow for Hoboken is on the sign.
29 May, 2008
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(mahwah5) Looking across the tracks at Mahwah with the customary fence dividing them to the Suffern/Port Jervis-bound platform at Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah6) Looking across to the northbound platform at Mahwah, with a sign for the exit to Miller Road and the trains to Hoboken visible.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah7) A platform sign at Mahwah with the direction of travel to Suffern/Port Jervis visible.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah8) The original station house at Mahwah is still there even though the station ticket office is now closed it is on the Hoboken-bound platform.
29 May, 2008
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(mahwah9) Another view down the two tracks at Mahwah north of the station house.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah10) A Mahwah station sign in front of the station house there.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah11) A Mahwah platform sign that lacks the direction of service on the platform and still has the w covered up by a W'04 sticker from the last presidential election.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah12) Comet I #5107 cab-car approaches Mahwah leading a southbound train in push mode.
29 May, 2008
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(mahwah13) Comet I #5107 cab-car gets closer to Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah14) Comet I #5107 cab-car and a four coach southbound Main Line train making a limited number of station stops bypass Mahwah at a remarkable high-speed.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah15) Alstom PL42AC #4109 pushes a southbound Main Line Train south of Mahwah.
29 May, 2008
(mahwah16) A southbound Main Line train that has bypassed Mahwah with it's Alstom PL42AC Locomotive #4109 leading it fades into the distance south of Mahwah
29 May, 2008
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