RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 928 Amtrak GG-1 at Mount Joy, Pennsylvania by Bob Kise
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» Amtrak Mount Joy Station (more..)
» Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
» March 07, 1976
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The westbound National Limited is passing under the old Marietta Pike bridge, on its way to Harrisburg for an engine change to diesels. The 1912-built bridge has recently been replaced, but the station platforms are still in similar condition, with only the addition of some plastic bus-stop style weather shelters. The 928 was the 2nd newest GG-1, having been built in April, 1943 by Altoona/Westinghouse as the PRR No. 4937.
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