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In the December Railpace...
Final Segment of Manhattan's High Line Park Debuts covers the long-awaited completion of this linear walkway in New York City. This former New York Central line in the middle of the city now makes its way to midtown Manhattan with great views of the LIRR's West Side yard!
 
Airfanning is the way to do serious aerial photography, and this article highlights the advantages of shooting from an airplane versus a drone. Higher elevations open up different photo perspectives, and provide yet another method for producing stunning railroad imagery!
 
New Jersey High Speed Rail Improvement Program details the upgrades to the former PRR mainline (today's Amtrak Northeast Corridor) between New Brunswick and Trenton, NJ. This lengthy tangent, already good for 135 MPH, is being upgraded to 160 MPH, the fastest stretch of track in North America!

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