13 Responses

  1. Marc says:

    Thank you for the wonderful article. Now I have something to keep eye out for on the New Haven line and Danbury branch.

  2. Marc says:

    Oh well. If this is fake not gonna be too big a deal.

  3. Chuck Brandt says:

    As an old NYC guy I had hopes! Patterson was a nice small town. Back in the 60’s there was a liquor store in those buildings. I remember trainmen making a run over there during the train stop!! :-)

  4. Michael M says:

    Not happening anytime soon, would be cool

  5. Backshophoss says:

    Now the trick is to get Athearn to do a “fantasy” P-32dm
    (we can dream,right?) ;-)

  6. Jason Wang says:

    I cannot wait to see what P32AC-DM #225 involved in Spuyten Duyvil will look like when it returns from repairs. Would be good to see it reborn with an old touch.

  7. Raymond Nelson says:

    I actually think your “new” (faux) design looks great! Better than the unimaginative one we’ve been bored with for years!

  8. Dan says:

    I’m with Chuck Brandt and Michael M. I know these are fake, but they’d be cool if they were real. Leave the retro-New Haven locomotives for the New Haven Line and it’s branches, not to mention Shore Line East. Although light blue locomotives would work best for the Harlem Line, and light green ones would be better for the Hudson Line.

  9. Ryan Reed says:

    Does Metro-North have a fl9 that there going to restore? I would like to know the number of that engine.

  10. Zach says:

    And then it came true… with 211

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