Ready to depart for Grand Central Terminal behind electric power; diesels at left had brought the "Pacemaker" into Harmon.
For reasons unknown, this train was proceeding very slowly; partial evidence is the crew member standing in the open front doorway.
Heading up the Hudson to Croton-Harmon, where the electric will be traded for a diesel (E unit). All of the equipment on this train is still former NYC: the P-2b and 5 3000-series Pullman-Standar... (more)
Three generations at Harmon: P-Motors (1920s); RDCs (1950s); and M-1 MUs (1970s)
Former NYC/CUT motor; note boxcars from merger partners PRR & NH at right rear
Ex-Cleveland Union Terminal "P-Motor"