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The rear end of the Talgo was as exotic as the head end.
Sometimes when I went down to the Providence station, it was simply to sit on a railway express or a baggage cart to watch the trains go by. Such was the case on this July day. A NYNH&H railroader I had come to know asked me if I had my camera with me because there was a special coming through. I scurried home at 132 Benefit Street, grabbed the camera - which had film in it - and buzzed back down to the station in time. I was sweating like a pig, but I got these two photos. I could have shot some more frames, but I didn't see the need. I saw the railroader after the extra departed and thank him for his tip.

Photographed by Leo King, July 6, 1954.
Added to the photo archive by Leo King, May 25, 2004.
Railroad: NY, NH & H.

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