Clocker Service. Not really, but it certainly looks like it as NJ TRANSIT 4636 (Pennsylvania Railroad Heritage, ALP-46A) heads over the former Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) bridge from Trenton, NJ to Morrisville, PA after serving on Train 7865. The PRR operated regular commuter service from New York's Penn Station to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, PA from 1950s. This ultimately yielded to Amtrak and finally NJ Transit until service ended in 2005. On Thursday, July 2, 2020, 4636 leads a nine car train to lay up in the yard in Morrisville, PA where it will await the call to service until the end of the holiday weekend. In the background the famous "Trenton Makes, The World Takes" sign is displayed on the Lower Trenton Bridge.