RailPictures.Net Photo: BM 1734 Boston & Maine EMD GP9 at Waterbury, Connecticut by Tom Nelligan
 
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Boston & Maine (more..)
EMD GP9 (more..)
station (more..)
Waterbury, Connecticut, USA (more..)
July, 1982
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BM 1734 (more..)
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Tom Nelligan (more..)
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Since 1909, the 240-foot clock tower of the former New Haven Railroad station in Waterbury, CT, has been a local landmark. The tower was modeled after one in Siena, Italy, that had caught the attention of the NH's then president. These Boston & Maine GP9s were newcomers in town when photographed in 1982 following the B&M takeover of Conrail operations. Today, the station building has long been owned by the city's main newpaper, but Metro North commuter trains still stop out front.
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