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Norfolk Southern (more..)
GE ES44AC (more..)
Alto Tower (more..)
Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
June 21, 2017
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
NS 8098 (more..)
NS 63V (more..)
Norfolk Southern Corp (more..)
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The Conrail heritage unit leads train 63V by the retired Alto tower, departing Altoona, Pennsylvania. 63V, known as the "Trash Train", moves municipal waste from New Jersey to Mingo Jct, Ohio, for disposal. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk Southern, visit www.nscorp.com
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