RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 919 Amtrak ASEA AEM-7 at Perryman, Maryland by Bob Kise
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» Amtrak (more..)
» ASEA AEM-7 (more..)
» Bush River Bridge MP 72 (more..)
» Perryman, Maryland, USA (more..)
» March, 1985
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» AMTK 919 (more..)
» Unknown
» Bob Kise (more..)
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"Double-Meats" lead a heavy train of Heritage equipment northbound over the Bush River Inlet on a windy late winter day. The bridge was designed by Joseph Baermann Strauss and features a single 40-foot steel bascule span that is opened manually by Amtrak crews on weekends during the boating season. The Pennsylvania Steel Co. and the Strauss Bascule & Concrete Bridge Co. of Chicago erected the bridge in 1913 for the Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington Railroad, a PRR subsidiary.
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