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Photo ID: 341916

From left to right, PRR + NYC = Conrail!

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Steam 4-8-2
Location: Elkhart, Indiana, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 3001
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 03, 2010


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By: Michael Harding

Added: Oct 18, 2010

Views: 5,736
Comments: 3

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Photo ID: 341566

By this time the great recession of the 60's along with the Vietnam War had torn a hole in the auto industry. Yet we were still watching solid auto trains coming into New England. The widening wa... (more)

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Autoracks
Location: Ashland, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 20, 1966


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Oct 16, 2010

Views: 4,678
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Favorited: 37

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Photo ID: 334454

The Mail train heading toward Boston. In several years NYC will become PC and all mail service will be taken off the trains. At the time of this shot it was hard to comprehend future vintage. To ... (more)

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E7(A)
Location: Grafton, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December, 1966


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Aug 12, 2010

Views: 4,973
Comments: 4

Favorited: 17

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Photo ID: 334165

New York Central LS-1 heads west. The GP 40s are feeling the strain of the first major westbound grade on the old Boston and Abany line.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Wellesley Farms, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 3040
Train ID: NYC LS-1
Photo Date: September, 1966


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Aug 09, 2010

Views: 3,667
Comments: 1

Favorited: 18

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Photo ID: 333473

The observation car Hickory Creek brings up the rear of New York Central's renowned 20th CENTURY LIMITED as it pauses in Englewood. Passengers are already being served their drinks in the lounge.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: observation car
Location: Englewood, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: NYC 28
Photo Date: June 07, 1962


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By: Bob Krone

Added: Aug 02, 2010

Views: 6,344
Comments: 3

Favorited: 54

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Photo ID: 333472

One of NYC's first E7 units is paired with an E7B on the MICHIGAN inbound to Chicago. This unit and 4003 were delivered new in black with simple white striping which didn't last. The two units als... (more)

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E7(A)
Location: Englewood, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4002
Train ID: NYC 355
Photo Date: June 07, 1962


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By: Bob Krone

Added: Aug 02, 2010

Views: 5,696
Comments: 1

Favorited: 40

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Photo ID: 333471

New York Central's last E8 unit is paired with another, black one on the front of the combined PACEMAKER-NEW ENGLAND STATES as it slows for Englewood station.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E8(A)
Location: Englewood, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4095
Train ID: NYC 2-28
Photo Date: June 07, 1962


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By: Bob Krone

Added: Aug 02, 2010

Views: 6,256
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Favorited: 51

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Photo ID: 333372

New York Central E7 A-B units exit Breakneck Tunnel with THE PACEMAKER from Chicago. The four track mainline along the Hudson River has recently become double-tracked.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E7(A)
Location: Cold Spring, New York, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4028
Train ID: NYC 2
Photo Date: March 29, 1962


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By: Bob Krone

Added: Aug 01, 2010

Views: 7,492
Comments: 2

Favorited: 53

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Photo ID: 332441

One of the last Boston and Albany buildings left standing in the 60's. More than 25 years after the New York Central fully absorbed the B&A.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Freight Station
Location: Westboro, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November, 1966


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Jul 24, 2010

Views: 2,520
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Favorited: 20

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Photo ID: 332439

When RS3's were not available, the big E units were assigned to commuter trains. This E7 seems to be leaking. I hope the crew makes it to Framingham before they run out.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E7(A)
Location: Welleseley Hills, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4033
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April, 1966


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Jul 24, 2010

Views: 7,290
Comments: 6

Favorited: 29

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Photo ID: 330643

Don't remember a whole lot about this picture. The building on the left is the iconic former headquarters of the D&H. The train is probably the westbound Empire State Express. I was enroute bet... (more)

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: EMD E8(A)
Location: Albany, New York, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4038
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March, 1967


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By: John West

Added: Jul 06, 2010

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Views: 14,318
Comments: 17

Favorited: 144

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Photo ID: 328398

After four separate paint jobs throughout its lifespan, the first U25B in existence is back in the NYC paint scheme, after dawning the livery of GE Demonstrator paint, its first coat of NYC black,... (more)

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: GE U25B
Location: North East, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 2500
Train ID: N/A
Photo Date: June 10, 2010


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By: Cody Zamostny

Added: Jun 17, 2010

Views: 2,803
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Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 321104

Hauling P-Motor (and coaches) to the yard that had brought the RDCs in the background out from Grand Central

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Electric T-Motor
Location: North White Plains, New York, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 263
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June 20, 1968


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By: George W. Hamlin

Added: Apr 16, 2010

Views: 5,791
Comments: 1

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Photo ID: 320560

Ready to go after the switch from diesel to electric. Note northbound behind another P-motor in the distance at the Holland Avenue platform, towing RDCs on the rear.

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Electric P-2b
Location: North White Plains, New York, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 229
Train ID: Southbound
Photo Date: June 20, 1968


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By: George W. Hamlin

Added: Apr 12, 2010

Views: 3,885
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Favorited: 19

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Photo ID: 320349

One of the few former CUT motors left by 1974

Railroad: New York Central
Locomotive: Electric P-2b
Location: Harmon, New York, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 4625
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 13, 1974


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By: George W. Hamlin

Added: Apr 10, 2010

Views: 4,936
Comments: 3

Favorited: 32

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