RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 540 Amtrak EMD SDP40F at Minneapolis, Minnesota by Bill Edgar
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EMD SDP40F (more..)
Stone arch bridge over the Mississippi. (more..)
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (more..)
July, 1976
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AMTK 540 (more..)
North Coast Hiawatha (more..)
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In our Bicentennial summer Amtrak still used the Minneapolis Great Northern station for its stop. It is visible in the background as the North Coast Hiawatha departs across the Mississippi River on the stone arch bridge named for James Hill, Great Northern's founder. The trailing SDP40F displays Amtrak's second color scheme for locomotives.
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