Cornwall Branch action, as the 7545 hauls a string of coil cars from Lebanon Yard to Alcoa, near Cornwall. The train is coming off the old Cornwall Railroad onto the old Cornwall and Lebanon Railroad. Today, the tracks are gone, and a rail-trail occupies the right-of-way. No. 7545 was built in 1957 as a GP9; ex-NYC 6065. It was renumbered to 7465 by PC and later rebuilt and renumbered again, and is currently on the Raritan Central Railway in New Jersey.