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What track is my train on?

If you have ever walked into Penn Station, you know that it's a nightmare. Thousands of people waiting around, eyes glued to the TV screens, waiting to see what track their train is going to be on. As soon as a track number is put up on the board, there are two different reactions. Either you are thinking "That's my track! Nobody else matters and I don't care who I run over as long as I get to my track" or you are on the other side thinking "Why can't that be my track? Now I am getting trampled and I'm not gonna be able to see what track my train is going to be at". A few weeks ago while waiting for my train's track to be posted, using my undeniable charm, I got friendly with a former-conductor. After talking for around 10 minutes, he saw my restlessness to get a good seat on my train. He calmly asked "What train are you taking?" to which I responded "The 7:05 train towards Bay Head". I immediately saw a grin start to fo
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