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Batten Kill at Eagle Bridge

The entire roster of the Batten Kill Railroad drifts over the Hoosick River with a few cars from the Pan Am interchange. Summer trackwork severed the Eagle Bridge runaround, necessitating the use of both engines when interchanging cars. The 605 still retains its Hancock air whistle, a spooky sound on a miserable summer afternoon.

Photographed by Alex Formanek, June 20, 2013.
Added to the photo archive by Alex Formanek, January 9, 2014.
Railroad: Battenkill.

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