Amtrak trains to Grand Central Terminal

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NEW YORK CITY — Inbound Amtrak Albany-to-Grand Central Terminal Train No. 242 is passing through Marble Hill in the Bronx at 4:55 p.m. on July 26, 2017, as one of three Monday through Friday round trips from Albany, due to track work reconstruction at New York Penn Station. Led by non-dual power mode P42DC No. 114 on the south end, and tailed by P32AC-DM dual mode No. 701, these two engines insure a tight 32-minute turnaround at Grand Central Terminal.

These Empire Service trains, the first regularly scheduled Amtrak arrivals and departures at Grand Central since April 1991, started in early July and are supposed to stop in early September.

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