RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 920 Amtrak GG-1 at Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania by Bob Kise
 
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Elizabethtown Station (more..)
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
June, 1976
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AMTK 920 (more..)
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The National Limited is westbound by the crumbling platforms at E-town, led by a nearly 34-year old GG-1. This New York to Kansas City train was eventually discontinued during the Carter Administration on October 1, 1979. No. 920 was built by Altoona-Westinghouse as the PRR 4925 in August, 1942. Note the classic Penn Central Deepwater Green station sign on the eastbound platform's umbrella.
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