Looking to New York

Looking to New York

This is where I catch the train every morning (at New Providence station).

You will note there is only one track.

This means that you must wait for a train to go all the way down the line before it can come back the other way.

This is not something I’d ever encountered before. When I moved here, I was pretty excited to live within walking distance of a train station… until I realized that the schedules are kind of insane. (I can’t provide you with a visual at the moment, but trust me: the physical paper schedule for the Morris-Essex line is twice the length of any other line.)

It’s not too bad, though.

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