RailPictures.Net Photo: PC 855 Penn Central Metroliner at North Elizabeth, New Jersey by Paul F. De Luca
 
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Penn Central (more..)
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North Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA (more..)
February, 1976
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PC 855 (more..)
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Paul F. De Luca (more..)
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Metroliners on #4 pass a GG-1 powered freight with excess power on #3 that will soon leave the NEC at Lane Tower, pass under the #4 track flyover, and enter the PRR Waverly Yard complex.
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