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I was on station from about 2:30 PM to 5PM in order to catch both NJT trainsets. A group of young railfans was also on hand to check out the action. First up is some sort of southbound Regional hauled by ACS-86 #611.
A 100mph PSR "scab board" was hanging in the catenary for a curve south of the station.
WINANS interlocking is in service on tracks 1 and 'A' and marks the southern end of the 4-track section between here and BRIDGE. Previously most MARC trains would stay in track 1 and platform across track 'A', which was mostly used by local freight and some MARC locals. With high level platforms this move is now impractical and all stopping trains must negotiate the 45mph diverging move at WINANS and the associated 2 mile speed penalty approaching it. The smart thing would have been to install an 80mph turnout, but as you know there's never enough $$ to do things right the first time.
Passing northbound Acela train #2248 with power cars #2023 and #2025.
Southbound Regional with AEM-7 #921 on track 3.
Southbound MARC local #487 with bi-level cab car #7854. MARC service on Sundays is on a 2 hour headway.
ACS-86 #606 with southbound Norfolk Regional #157.
Holiday Extra #1057 showed up only about 20-30 minutes late with NJT Arrow III #1462 leading. Unfortunately I blew the subsequent meet with a northbound MARC local.
Southbound AX #2251 approaching with #2017 on track 3.
Followed shortly by northbound AX #2266 passing by on track 1 with #2016 on the rear.