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(suffern1) Looking down the inbound platform at Suffern as a Hoboken-bound midday express train coming from Port Jervis is stopped at the station, the train will only make three more stops on it's way to Hoboken (Ramsey Route 17, Ridgewood and Secaucus). Fittingly Metro-North Comet V #6761 is visible on the train which is operated by NJ transit under contract with Metro-North.
29 May, 2008
(suffern2) NJ Transit GP40-PH2 Locomotive #4100 pushes a Hoboken-bound Metro-North express train coming from Port Jervis out of Suffern.
29 May, 2008
(suffern3) NJ Transit GP40-PH2 Locomotive #4100 continues pushing a train south of Suffern.
29 May, 2008
(suffern4) An old Suffern station wodden sign on the now completely locked station house.
29 May, 2008
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(suffern5) A modern New Jersey Transt Suffern Station sign, even though the station is in the state of New York it is owned, controled and maintained by New Jersey Transit which has it's main terminal yard for the Main & Bergen County Line trains just north of the station, all with in the confines of New York State.
29 May, 2008
(suffern6) Another view down the southbound platform at Suffern, even though the stations appearence appears to be a New Jersey Transit Station, the canopy looks quite similar to some built at various Metro-North Stations farther north.
29 May, 2008
(suffern7) Another view of the old station hous at Suffern.
29 May, 2008
(suffern8) A New Jersey Transit directional sign at Suffern with the direction to the underpass for Trains to Port Jervis and an exit to the street.
29 May, 2008
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(suffern9) Even though all of the signage in the station appears to be New Jersey Transit, the directional signs on the streets are for a Metro-North Railroad Station with there crude representations of what is trying to look like a M1/2/3/4/6 train car on them.
29 May, 2008
(suffern10) NJT F40PH-2CAT Locomotive #4125 stopped at Suffern to begin entering service as a three coach southbound local Bergen County Line train to Hoboken.
29 May, 2008
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