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After undergoing an overhaul by Brookville Equipment Corp., the first of seven MTA Metro-North Railroad maintenance locomotives re-entered service last weekend. Around the same time, a second unit began its journey back to New York from Brookville's plant in Pennsylvania.The remaining five units will cycle through a progressive locomotive overhaul program and gradually re-enter rescue and maintenance-of-way service for Metro-North through 2017. The overhaul is expected to add a minimum 20 years of service life to the locomotives, Brookville officials said in a press release.