Newark, Upper Level

Shortly after crossing a massive drawbridge, a bit of which is seen in the background in this view, Newark-bound PATH trains discharge all passengers on the upper level of that city's Penn Station.  After a careful announcement that the train is out of service, the cars will continue on and out of sight to reverse directions.

Penn Station provides access to Amtrak, NJ Transit commuter trains, the Newark City Subway (light rail) and to various local and long distance bus options.  Commuter rail offers a very quick trip to Manhattan's Penn Station, much faster than taking PATH.  The latter journey requires a change of trains at Journal Square; there is no direct service between Newark and 33rd St.

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