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the Concord train

With the aid of a Federal grant, the MBTA briefly restored passenger service between Boston and Concord, NH, in January 1980. Unfortunately, the New Hampshire service only lasted a year, until the money ran out in February 1981. On a long June evening, the northbound train rattled downtown Hooksett, NH, behind the usual F40 power.

Photographed by Tom Nelligan, June, 1980.
Added to the photo archive by Tom Nelligan, September 19, 2018.
Railroad: MBTA.

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That is an amazing picture !!

Posted by Jay Gadon on 2018-09-19 12:29:01

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