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Preview of : Harmon was a major station for the New York Central
Harmon was a major station for the New York Central owned by:
Harmon was the outer limit of the electric zone (every train going through Harmon changed engines), a major passenger station: terminal for MU electric trains, and an important locomotive shop. Shop always maintained the electric locomotives; but also maintained steam, and later diesel. Now it is the major shop of Metro North Commuter Railroad.
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