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Early designs for the parkway from the New Jersey State Highway Department were divided into three units: 1) the "metropolitan section," extending from existing NJ 4 in Paramus through Passaic, Essex, Union and Middlesex Counties to the Raritan River; 2) the "shore section," from the Raritan River through Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Burlington, Atlantic and Cape May Counties; and 3) the unbuilt "Cross-State Parkway Extension" that would have been located in Middlesex, Somerset, and Mercer Counties.
The NJ 4 Parkway was to have been financed out of annual appropriations for highway building.
9 locomotives overhauled in new Slate Grey railfreight livery. It included transfers, brass detailing (railings, fans, grills) and flush glazing.
Note the paint included is the Golden Brown hue and not the existing deep orange (RAL2011).
As of 2015 the DBSO has been disposed of, never having been used, and is now preserved at Downpatrick and used as a barrier vehicle for their Class 450 DEMU.
The Gatwick Express carriages have also been disposed of to the RPSI, leaving the Class 111 locomotives with no normal passenger duties.
These locomotives are numbered 8111, 112, and 8113.
Currently all the CIÉ locomotives remain in service, being used on freight and permanent way trains.