the layup tracks, passed the parked boxcars on the Bushwick mainline.
Trains are no longer going to utilize this abandoned siding, as a fence was put up preventing access to the nearby factory.
Back on the mainline, more boxcars are parked along the layup tracks.
Panning to the northeast, we see the boxcars parked on the mainline track (the blue boxcar directly in front of us) and the boxcars parked on the layup tracks. The track on the right is a spur to one of the factory sidings.
Again, looking northeast but a little further along the line, we see how the mainline has several divides: the spur that leads to the siding is on the left, the mainline is in the middle, and the spur to that leads to the layup tracks is to the right.
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