RailPictures.Net Photo: PW 4302 New England Central EMD SD70M-2 at Bellows Falls, Vermont by Kevin Burkholder
 
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New England Central (more..)
EMD SD70M-2 (more..)
NECR Palmer Subdivision (more..)
Bellows Falls, Vermont, USA (more..)
June 14, 2017
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PW 4302 (more..)
NECR 324-13 (more..)
Kevin Burkholder (more..)
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Southbound New England Central Railroad train 324-13 is crossing from Walpole, New Hampshire (right) into Bellows Falls, Vermont, with Providence & Worcester SD70M-2 4302 leading Connecticut Southern SD40-2 3771, NECR SD40T-2 3317, and NECR GP38 3845. The 4302 will head back to the P&W for a short stint before being transferred with sister unit, 4301, to the Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad in PA.
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