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PA-4 #801 leading a WTC-bound train approaches Harrison Station.
8 August, 2006
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PA-4 #801 and a WTC-bound bound train enter Harrison
8 August, 2006
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PA-1 #679 leaves Harrison at the back of WTC-bound train.
8 August, 2006
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Looking up at the station from the street as a NJT train of Arrow cars bypasses the station
24 January, 2012
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The underside of the overpass has been painted with some color beneath the wooden windscreen
24 January, 2012
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The entrance to the Newark-bound platform
24 January, 2012
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A sign directs passengers beneath the rail ROW to the two sides of the station, with a tired looking newsstand near the neat building for the New York-bound platform
24 January, 2012
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Harrison Lettering on the 1930s facade. It is beneath a clock with the PRR logo included
24 January, 2012
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Doors into Harrison Station, there is also a modern sign
24 January, 2012
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One of two banks of turnstiles and the staircase up to the New York-bound platform
24 January, 2012
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Mosaic for To Jersey City and New York
24 January, 2012
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Looking down to the small station entrance area
24 January, 2012
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The fence at the end of the tired looking platform
24 January, 2012
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Looking up at the Newark-bound platform as a World Trade Center-bound train stops there because of single-tracking construction. A PA4 work train on the normal track is behind it
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The new Newark-bound platform entrance and plaza to the new parking garage
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Signs on the underpass directing all passengers to the Newark-bound platform since trains are single tracking
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The closed main station entrance since trains are single tracking here
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Signs for all trains on the Newark-bound platform
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