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PATH Trains, Idle 81 Days in Strike, Rolling Again; Electrical Gear Affected

By Robin Herman

  • Sept. 1, 1980
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After scraping rust off the tracks and replacing burned-out cables in wet tunnels, engineers for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey began running the trans-Hudson commuter trains at 12:01 this morning. View Full Article in Timesmachine »

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