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NJ Transit ALP-45DP's #4504 and #4501 at the MMC and Hoboken yards

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Uploaded on Jan 26, 2012

I decided to go spend the day out in Hoboken, Newport, and Jersey City again. I start on a NJ Transit Gladstone Branch line train to Hoboken from Newark Broad Street to ride by the MMC yard again. As we enter the yard we see some MOW equipment along with a line of ALP-44's still sitting around. It's good to see that they are still on the property. We then see more Arrow III's ALP-46's GP40's F40's PL42AC's and an ALP-45DP test train that is hiding behind an Arrow III. When I got off my bus at Newark Broad Street I had walked away from the station. Had I stayed there I would have caught the test train as I saw it from a far distance. ALP-45DP #4504 is on this test train. As we continue to Hoboken we see many NJ Transit Comet V's sitting around along with more GP40's, F40's, and PL42AC diesels. Notice GP40PH-2's #4111 and #4112 coupled togeather along with a Metro North GP40FH-2 #4902 there. After getting off the train I spotted ALP-45DP #4501 idling away in diesel mode across from track 17 at Hoboken. These engines look great! After spending the day out there I board another train back to Newark Broad Street. I take a quick look at the World Trade Center as we pass by the ALP-45DP again. Shortly after we come back to the MMC where we pass by the huge mix of NJ Transit equipment. I have to say that day had a very impressive arrangement of equipment both electrics diesels. We then quickly pass by ALP-45DP #4504 which is still hiding behind an Arrow III train before passing the long line of ALP-44's before leaving the yard.

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