RailPictures.Net Photo: LI 7379 Long Island Railroad Bombardier M7 EMU at Floral Park, New York by Greg Grice
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Long Island Railroad (more..)
Bombardier M7 EMU (more..)
Floral Park (LIRR Main Line) (more..)
Floral Park, New York, USA (more..)
April 12, 2021
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
LI 7379 (more..)
LI 4210 (more..)
Greg Grice (more..)
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"LIRR's Longest Electric Consist?" In a rare event on April 12th, 2021, Long Island Rail Road train 4210 is seen passing Floral Park station westbound on the Main Line with a whopping 18-car consist. A 6-car M9 test train suffered enroute issues and it was decided to tow the train back to Hillside Yard using deadhead train #4210, which was made up of 12 M7s. LIRR electric trains are usually capped at 12 cars for several reasons, one of which is to prevent overloading power substations.
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