RailPictures.Net Photo: SLR 3008 Saint Lawrence & Atlantic EMD GP40-2 at Gorham, New Hampshire by Gary Knapp
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Saint Lawrence & Atlantic (more..)
EMD GP40-2 (more..)
Gorham (more..)
Gorham, New Hampshire, USA (more..)
October 09, 2013
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SLR 3008 (more..)
SLR 393 (more..)
Gary Knapp (more..)
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All the appeal autumn in Northern New England offers to the railfan is on display in this night photo of SLR 393 passing through Gorham, NH. Elderly but well maintained diesels running through villages with their white church steeples contrasting with fall foliage colors the region is famed for! One northbound passes this classic scene during each weekdays twenty four hrs. Luckily for me........393 runs in the middle of the night! Tonight, GP 40-2 3008 leads a pair of GP 40-3s and a pair of Road Slugs in this scene captured at 02:06.
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