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This past Sunday I posted about the SEPTA Philadelphia Beer Week Day Pass, and how awesome it will be for railfans. A spokesperson for Beer Week went as far as to try to convince a Metro reporter yesterday that the image was of Philadelphia and that it featured City Hall. As promised by NJ TRANSIT and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, there *were* girls in pajamas! New Jersey Transit has announced a desire to replace their fleet of Arrow III electric multiple unit (EMU) rail cars. NJ Transit officials have put out requests for proposals to replace the aging cars with similar cars that are powered by motors in each car instead of being hauled by a locomotive, said Richard Sarles, NJ Transit executive director. Electric-Multiple Unit cars (EMUs) are better for high-density rail lines with more stops, Sarles said. Here’s a Railway Age article from June 2006 that discusses the specs being drawn up for the Arrow III replacements, the Arrow IV, and related dual-mode multiple unit (DMMU) cars. NJ TRANSIT and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation are partnering to promote the ease of traveling between Philadelphia and New York—via NJ TRANSIT and SEPTA.
NJ TRANSIT and SEPTA recently introduced joint-ticketing options that enable customers to purchase NJ TRANSIT and SEPTA tickets in a single transaction. Both December 2008 editions of the MTA The Map (Standard and Multilingual) were available for free (as always), as of Friday, at the New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex & Store at Grand Central Terminal. Well for a limited time only, you can railfan Philly all day long for only $9.00 with SEPTA’s 2009 Philadelphia Beer Week Pass!! Stephanie Holmes relates some funny stories about her experiences using one of the most unique stations in the New York City subway system, the Wilson Avenue station on the Canarsie Line. On Friday, January 30, 2009, a car-carrier semi-truck got in the way of a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train. For the railfans out there, that’s a General Electric model C44-9W locomotive, number 5005.


Ever wished you could walk underground from the east side of Broadway at Herald Square to the west side of 8th Avenue at Penn Station? The draft scope of work (PDF) for the 15 Penn Plaza Project states that a restoration of the Gimbels Passageway (aka the Pennsylvania Passageway) is part of the proposed subway improvements.
For most people this will mean an out-of-the-elements route to take for walking between the Herald Square transportation services (the 6th Avenue IND subway lines, the Broadway BMT subway lines, and PATH) and Penn Station (Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, and the Long Island Rail Road). The Proposed Project would relocate and significantly upgrade the existing subway entrances on West 32nd and West 33rd Streets and would undertake significant subway improvements, including the re-opening and refurbishing of the passageway under the south side of 33rd Street.
I’ve drawn a diagram (see below) showing the longest, outside of fare control, underground walking trip that will be able to be made once the passageway reopens. Even better, if Moynihan Station gets built, you’ll be able to stay indoors and keep walking west another half-block towards 9th Avenue. Update: Stewdio has posted images and a video of what the interior of the reopened Gimbels Passageway may look like. BNSF C44-9W #4771 leads the Barstow, CA to Pasco, WA manifest (H-BARPAS) through Stockton, CA. A corrected version (showing the Philadelphia skyline) of the SEPTA day pass had been posted the SEPTA online store.
You know Comcast Center — the place where Beer Week ceremoniously kicks off with the Opening Tap, the official Philly Beer Week Keg Hammer of Glory. The media reports than an RFP has been issued, but I see no evidence of it on the NJT website. Instead of only eight (8) rides with the Inconvenience Pass, this Beer Pass gets you unlimited rides on buses, trolleys, and subway, AND unlimited rides on Regional Rail after 9:30 AM. You used to be able to, up until around 1990, and in a few years, you may be able to once more. The Gimbels Passageway is a long shuttered, outside of fare control connection that runs under the south sidewalk of West 33rd Street as part of the basement level of the Manhattan Mall (formerly Gimbels department store) and the Hotel Pennsylvania, the latter of which is being redeveloped as the 15 Penn Plaza Project.


I don’t know if it will be faster than going outside and walking along 33rd St, but those 33rd St sidewalks get awfully crowded in rush hour. One will be able to head underground at the BMT subway entrance at the NE corner of 32nd Street and Broadway and not come back above ground until reaching the IND subway stairs on the west side of 8th Avenue at 33rd Street. And if Madison Square Garden gets built on the western half of the block, then maybe you’d be able to stay inside all the way to 9th Avenue! If the project moves forward, the Gimbels Passageway has a good chance of finally reopening. We are NOT affiliated with the publisher of this part, and we take no responsibility for material inside this part. Passes are not valid on Regional Rail Trains arriving in Center City before 9:30 AM and are not valid for travel to or from Stations in the State of New Jersey. So whether it’s the rain or the crowds that bugs you, the Gimbels Passageway is hopefully coming back to save the day. The passageway would provide an alternative to pedestrians traveling along the 33rd Street corridor. Of course, there are many other access points along this underground route that will allow you to reach the surface, including at least one new one to be opened midblock along 33rd St between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue. If you see your copyrighted images or material has been published at this blog, Please Contact Us.
He noticed that the background image on the pass was of the New York City skyline, and not the Philadelphia skyline. This pass is valid on SEPTA services, to encourage PBW participants to travel safely, rather than driving from event to event.



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