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The 305 and train is headed for Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York. Engine 373 is about to go against a car, with which it will replace the pair of FL-9s on the head of a Penn Station train, soon to arrive.

Photographed by Ken Patton, November, 1964.
Added to the photo archive by Ken Patton, January 31, 2024.
Railroad: New Haven.

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Great photo with excellent color rendition! New Haven was a lot more interesting back then! It's obvious at a glance which locomotive is for passenger trains and which is for freight service While EF-4 305 is long gone, 2 siblings survived including ex-Conrail 4601 which resides at the Illinois Railway Museum and is to be restored as New Haven #300. The other survivor is painted in the livery of its original owner, the Virginian, and resides at the Virginia Museum of Transportation. But all the "Jets" are gone.

Posted by John Barlow on 2024-01-31 16:28:11

Nice Ken, I agree with John, great color.

Posted by Alan LaPierre on 2024-02-01 11:33:06

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