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Bergen County/Main Line

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Main Line

These two former Erie line start at Hoboken, then split and re-join at Ridgewood, NJ for the run to Suffern NY. Some trains continue on to Port Jervis.

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njt-comm03.jpg (37731 bytes)A Diesel hauled train at Ridgewood Station on the Bergen County/Main Line. (89) nyc-cr-nj01.jpg (17439 bytes)NJ Transit at Suffern, NY, the end of the Bergen County/Main Line trains. (video)
nyc-cr-nj02.jpg (16658 bytes)This NJ Transit train is at Suffern, but is continuing north to Port Jervis NY for Metro-North. (video) njt-cr11.jpg (25103 bytes)NJ Transit train pulling away, I think this is Ridgewood.
njt-cr-suffern-103104-01.jpg (64552 bytes)A newer Suffern view (10/31/04) njt-cr-meadows-050105-02.jpg (122218 bytes)View of a Bergen County train in the meadows area about to cross under the NJ Turnpike. The photo is from a commercial jetliner that has taken off from Newark Airport. (5/05)
Train laid up in Suffern, NY (10/21/06) Train laid up in Suffern, NY (09/30/13)
Suffern (5/4/15) Suffern (5/4/15)
Suffern (5/4/15) Suffern (5/4/15)
Suffern (5/4/15) Suffern (5/4/15)
Port Jervis (10/7/14) Port Jervis (10/7/14)

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