RailPictures.Net Photo: Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-4-2 at Trenton, New Jersey by Charles Knox Freericks (estate)
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Pennsylvania Railroad (more..)
Steam 4-4-2 (more..)
Pennsylvania Station (more..)
Trenton, New Jersey, USA (more..)
October, 1947
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PRR 2372 (more..)
Charles Knox Freericks (more..)
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An E6s Atlantic sits in the station with a Bordentown Branch train that has just arrived from Camden. Behind her is a P70 coach. Today this service is run with light-rail DMUs on the New Jersey Transit River Line. The E6s was built circa 1914 and was the Standard Railroad of the World's attempt to build an extremely powerful and yet light passenger engine. While these units were common on the Camden to Trenton trains, they were eventually replaced by gas-electric cars.
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