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NA-1 374 Alongside Chauncey Ave in Manchester

From February 25, 2019, here was the NA-1 Crew taking their high short hooded GP40 and loads north to Bow and Concord. This is one of the very few places along the Nashua Subdivision to catch some residential running through a very nice neighborhood in Manchester's North End.

The 374's stay lasted until early April, when the loco became disabled and was left by "Martin" station" in Hooksett, near the SNHU campus. If 374 ran again after April 2019, after going through the Waterville shops, it was brief, then taken out-of-service for good, along with all the other high hoods except for 380 which ran into the first half of 2020.

By the end of 2020, the Pan Am's high short hooded GP40's were scrapped.

374 was one of the better catches on "These New Hampshire Rails"

Photographed by A 374 Fan, February 25, 2019.
Added to the photo archive by Jay Gadon, April 7, 2023.
Railroad: Pan Am Railways.

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