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View of south end of passenger station trackage and coach yard. The two PRR U25C's are pulling a Cedar Hill to Maybrook freight.. The GG-1 is in position to do an engine swap on a Penn Station bound passenger train. (Shot with 300mm lens from roof of station)

Photographed by Bruce Nelson, March, 1970.
Added to the photo archive by Bruce Nelson, November 4, 2023.
Railroad: Penn Central.

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Again, a great capture of pre-Amtrak and Conrail operations in New England. Captures the business of train activity and trackwork in the New Haven area. GG1s had just started appearing as passenger power north of New York. Maybrook was still an important interchange of freight traffic.

Posted by Ron DeFilippo on 2023-11-05 08:35:15

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