A unique threesome

Did Friday the 13th do in two Amtrak electrics as well as the D&H PA’s?

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As the murky fall afternoon began to lengthen, the Silver Meteor I was riding across northern New Jersey began to slow down. Then just east of Rahway, nowhere near a scheduled stop, we coasted to a halt along Amtrak’s six-track main line. The year wa...

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