Amtrak cancels 'Keystone,' 'Pennsylvanian' trains because of impending storm

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NEW YORK — Amtrak has cancelled one train today and several on Monday in anticipation of a winter storm striking Pennsylvania.

Cancelled today (Sunday, March 3) is the westbound Pennsylvanian, train No. 43, which was supposed to depart New York Penn Station at 10:51 a.m. and arrive in Pittsburgh at 7:59 p.m.

Cancelled for Monday, March 4, is the eastbound Pennsylvanian, which normally departs Pittsburgh at 7:30 a.m. and arrives in New York at 4:55 p.m., along with nine New York-Philadelphia-Harrisburg, Pa., Keystone Service trains between New York and Harrisburg, Pa. The cancelled departures are Harrisburg-bound trains Nos. 605, 609, 647, 651 and 639, and New York-bound trains Nos. 642, 646, 656, and 620.

Amtrak’s notice says “full scheduled service will be restored pending improved conditions.” The railroad also reports Northeast Corridor service between Boston and Washington will continue as scheduled.

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