I went up to New York Friday (since the tickets were already paid for) to see Norma and Eugene Onegin. My friend that goes to the matinees with me came up on Saturday for Onegin and we went home together afterwards. The train she was on had to get a new engine in Philadelphia, so she was about 45 minutes late - in plenty of time for the curtain, in time to eat lunch in fact. But then on our way home we stopped in Perryman - not a station - and eventually learned that the signals were out on the drawbridge. I honestly didn't realize the train went over a drawbridge. (I think it's the Curtis Creek bridge.) Anyway, we had to wait for just over an hour while they fixed the lights. At least the train is a pleasant thing to be stuck on.