RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 506 Amtrak GE B32-8WH at Elora, California by Joe Blackwell
 
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Amtrak (more..)
GE B32-8WH (more..)
UP LA Sub near Elora siding (more..)
Elora, California, USA (more..)
May, 1993
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AMTK 506 (more..)
AMTK 35 (more..)
Joe Blackwell (more..)
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AMTRAK Desert Wind descending Cima Hill near Elora, CA.
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