RailPictures.Net Photo: BM 1806 Boston & Maine EMD GP9 at Greenfield, Massachusetts by Tom Nelligan
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Boston & Maine (more..)
EMD GP9 (more..)
Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA (more..)
October, 1984
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BM 1806 (more..)
SPCP (more..)
Tom Nelligan (more..)
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Late on a fall afternoon a trio of Boston & Maine GP9s roll train SPCP (Springfield, MA, to Newport, VT, via B&M/CP) north through Greenfield, MA, on the Connecticut River Line. This train usually ran with pooled B&M and CP power but the lashup was all blue this day.
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