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The PATH lines were born as the Hudson and Manhattan and were better known as the "Hudson Tubes" The cars are 48 feet long and are as wide as IRT cars. To answer the question of running IRT cars on the PATH the answer is no! Tunnel clearances are tighter than on the IRT, but PATH cars could run on the IRT.
During overnight hours they run two lines: Newark to World Trade and Journal Square to 33rd Street via Hoboken, affectionately known as "around the World" since it runs first to Hoboken, change ends and then to 33rd. The return is from 33rd to Hoboken, change ends and then to Journal Square. This site will describe the four lines
Shortest distance between stations
Longest distance between stations
Hack Bridge AKA 'High Bridge" Crossing the Hackensack River
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