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Click here to see a New Jersey Transit Train framed by the pedestrian walkway over the Conrail Frankford Junction Yard, Phila.
Click here to see New Jersey Transit GP-40PH-2 #4146 pulling its 3 car Atlantic City Line, Philadelphia bound train out from under the "G" Street Bridge. Click here to see a New Jersey Transit Atlantic City Train, pushing past a Conrail local on the NEC near Shore tower, Phila.
For those in Hoboken who enjoy Atlantic City, new express weekend train service between Atlantic City and Pennsylvania Station began yesterday. Atlantic City casinos are reporting revenue declines and are eager to lure visitors from New York City.

From Hoboken, people could either get the train at New York's Pennsylvania Station or connect at Newark. Introductory prices start at $50 for a one-way coach seat and $75 for a one-way first-class seat. From local news to politics to entertainment and sports, the twice daily Right Now eNewsletter has all of the New Jersey news you need! It is leading an Atlantic City Line train past the old Frankford Junction Station, and on to the Delair Line. The train service is a joint venture paid for by Harrah's and the Borgata, as well as the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.

It is next to a Septa R-7 local running west (south) on the Amtrak Northeast Corridor near Shore Tower.
NJT #4202 was built by EMD in 1965, and rebuilt by Conrail in 1993-94 from Conrail GP-40 #3006.

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