I've now done this, bring on the North East.Hopefully, I'm going to get the line between Bradley Wood Junction (I think that's what the first junction after Brighouse station heading towards Wakefield is called) to Wakefield Kirkgate done this weekend ahead of my trip to the North East next month.
WHAT. No loco hauled!! Tut tut and thrice tutTime to up the envy I think! I highly recommend bringing up the MTA Subway map, should be easy enough to find on www.mta.info which will make this far easier to follow!
7th-12th March 2016
MTA Subway line 3:
Central Park North (110th Street) to Kingston Avenue
MTA Subway line 4:
Bowling Green to Nevins Street (from where it joined line 3's stations, which the 4 does after midnight, and we were on it well after 0130! Trip report will explain...)
MTA Subway line A:
Jay Street MetroTech to Howard Beach JFK Airport
MTA Subway line E:
5th Avenue/53rd Street to World Trade Center
MTA Subway line F:
34th Street/Herald Square to Jay Street MetroTech (partly covered by an A train, again the trip report will explain)
MTA Subway line J:
Fulton Street to Delancy Street/Essex Street
MTA Subway line N:
Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center to Coney Island Stillwell Avenue
MTA Subway line Q:
Coney Island Stillwell Avenue to Prospect Park
MTA Subway line R:
Times Square-42nd Street to Whitehall Street South Ferry
MTA Subway line S (Brooklyn version):
Prospect Park to Botanic Garden
MTA Subway line S (Broadway version):
Grand Central 42nd Street to Times Square-42nd Street
(Yes I know it's confusing having multiple S trains, I was getting lost myself!
I did do other bits apart from the Subway mind!
8th March 2016
World Trade Center to Exchange Square (New Jersey) and back (PATH)
Also on 8th March 2016:
Exchange Square (HBLR) to 22nd Street (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail)
12th March 2016
Howard Beach to Terminal 1 (JFK Airport) (AirTrain)
Thanks Tech, I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to do it as it's been quite a hectic month, but fortunately I managed to get the last bits of coverage I needed before the end of the current franchise. It was an enjoyable trip (all units I travelled on were winners, so that's a bonus too) overall and I'm looking forward to going back to the North East again at some point.Well done on clearing the Northern network!