RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 130 Amtrak GE P42DC at Holyoke, Massachusetts by Greg Grice
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» Holyoke Station (Connecticut River Line)  
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» March 24, 2024
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"Phase II at Holyoke"

On a sunny March 24th, 2024, Amtrak P42DC #130, painted in the Phase II heritage scheme, leads southbound Vermonter Train 57 past the former Boston & Maine Holyoke, Massachusetts Depot on the MassDOT Connecticut River Line.

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