RailPictures.Net Photo: MNR 211 Metro-North Railroad GE P32AC-DM at New York, New York by Eugene Armer
 
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Metro-North Railroad (more..)
GE P32AC-DM (more..)
Spuyten Duyvil (more..)
New York, New York, USA (more..)
August 04, 2016
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MNR 211 (more..)
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What I did last summer... an inbound Metro-North train from Poughkeepsie, with GE P32AC-DM #211 shoving on the rear, heads away from Spuyten Duyvil station alongside Spuyen Duyvil Creek, on its way to Grand Central Terminal. The spotlights of the Robert K. Kraft Field rise in the background, part of Columbia University's Baker Athletic Complex.
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