Foreign Power on Conrail

Occasionally, power from other roads would venture on CR's rails. Run-through power from western roads could be seen on interchange trains at Yards like Elkhart and Avon, while power from CSX and NS could be found on interchange trains to and from Selkirk and Allentown.

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CSX 6220 leads a varied lash-up on CSSE through Iona Island at 14:03 on Oct. 24, 1998.
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CSX 7880 leads SECS through Iona at 16:00 on Oct. 24, 1998. CSX power was fairly common on the SECS/CSSE turns and was a harbinger of the future for the River Line.
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While a Conrail freight pounds up Horseshoe Curve on the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and she did not disappoint.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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While a Conrail freight pounds up Horseshoe Curve in the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikado was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper. The steamers did not disappoint.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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While a Conrail freight pounds up Horseshoe Curve on the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and she did not disappoint.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. 

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively. After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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While a Conrail freight pounds up Horseshoe Curve in the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102.

The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikado was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper. The steamers did not disappoint.

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While a Conrail freight pounds up Horseshoe Curve in the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikado was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper. The steamers did not disappoint.

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At Horseshoe Curve on the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and she did not disappoint.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikado was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Reading Company ended the Rambles, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 #2102 was sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours that brought the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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At Horseshoe Curve on the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 arrived, backing a line of passenger cars down the Curve.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and she did not disappoint.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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On the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 begin to make their climb up Horseshoe as they approach the signal bridge. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikago was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively. After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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On the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 begin to make their climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikago was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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On the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 begin to make their climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper, and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikago was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs. (Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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On the afternoon of May 22, 1977, former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 begin to make their climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh. Here,#2102 seems to hiccup before continuing to pound up the hill.

All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper, and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio. The former Grand Trunk Western Mikago was lettered "Cuyahoga Valley Line."

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs. (Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 continue their climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh on May 22, 1977. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper, and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 continue their climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh on May 22, 1977. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper, and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 are working hard as they continue to climb Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh on May 22, 1977. All manner of steam railfans were gathered around the massive Curve to capture a glimpse of the powerful 4-8-4 and her 2-8-2 helper, and neither steamer disappointed.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 are working hard as they continue their climb up Horseshoe on their way back to Pittsburgh on May 22, 1977. All of the steam railfans got what they came for as the powerful Northern and her Mikado helper did not disappoint.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Former Reading T-1 4-8-4 #2102 and GTW 2-8-2 #4070 are almost out of sight as they climb up Horseshoe Curve on their way back to Pittsburgh on May 22, 1977. All of the steam railfans got what they came for as the powerful Northern and her Mikado helper put on quite a show.

For the second week in a row, Steam Tours, Inc. ran a Pittsburgh to Altoona excursion led by the famed Reading Company T-1 #2102. The Northern was lettered "Allegheny" following her 1974 purchase from Steam Tours by the Allegheny RR Tour Group of Ohio.

Built October, 1945 at the Reading, PA shops using components from class I-10sa Consolidation #2044, T-1 #2102 was used for fast freight service until stored in the mid-1950's. As part of the Reading Company's successful Iron Horse Ramble excursions run from 1959-64, #2102 was used extensively.

After the Rambles ended, the T-1 was sold to Steam Tours in 1966, then to Allegheny RR Tour Group in 1974, and in 1977 sold to Rail Diversified of Ohio. In 1985, RCT&HS-sponsored tours to bring the Northern home to Reading, PA. Finally, #2102 was sold to Andrew Muller who operated tours into the 1990's on the Blue Mtn & Rdg tourist line and Reading & Northern. The steamer is stored in Port Clinton, PA on the R&N awaiting repairs.

(Historic info provided by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society)

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Amtrak 47, the Pennsylvanian, rounds the curve at Newport with it's then-usual F40PH leader at 12:22PM. CP-Port MP133.4 CR Pittsburgh Line
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Amtrak train #40, the "Broadway", passes under the Westinghouse Bridge in East Pittsburgh.
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Amtrak GP-7 772 and RS-3's 114 and 127 coupled to MOW unit 15152 rest at Morrisville in July, 1978.
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Amtrak RS-3's 114 and 127 coupled to MOW unit 15152 rest at Morrisville in July, 1978.
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Amtrak RS-3 127, coupled to MOW unit 15152, rests at Morrisville in July, 1978.
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Amtrak RS-3 127, coupled to MOW unit 15152, rests at Morrisville in July, 1978.
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On track 2, Amtrak F40PHR 262 is just about to roll by a CR freight braking down Horseshoe curve on track 1 in August, 1979.
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Amtrak F40PH 273 roars through Spruce Creek, PA in November, 1980. The new F40PH took Amtrak's number 273 from a retired 1952-built former PC E-8A 4058.
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Amtrak F40PH 273 roars through Spruce Creek, PA in November, 1980.

The new F40PH took Amtrak's number 273 from retired 1952-built former PC E-8A 4058.

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Amtrak F40PH 277 blasts up the curve in March, 1981.
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A pair of Amtrak's brand new F40PH's, led by 334, roars past a line of piggybacks at Spruce Creek, PA in November, 1980. Built in August, 1980, Amtrak 334 took the number formerly used by 30 year old ex-BN E-8A 9686.
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Amtrak F40PH's 357 and 351 round Horseshoe Curve eastbound to Altoona in March, 1981.
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Amtrak F40PH's 357 and 351 round Horseshoe Curve eastbound to Altoona in March, 1981.
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Amtrak F40PH's 357 and 351 round Horseshoe Curve eastbound to Altoona in March, 1981.
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Amtrak E-9A 402 (ex-B&O 1456) leads an A-B-B consist pulling approximately 14 cars across Rockville Bridge in June, 1977.
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Amtrak E-9A 402 (ex-B&O 1456) leads an A-B-B consist of approximately 14 cars over Rockville Bridge in June, 1977.
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Amtrak E-units mixed in with numerous CR power at the Harrisburg shops. Amtrak ex-UP E-9A 420 is coupled between E-8A's 438 and 442 in front of a blue SD-45 and an ex-EL SDP-45.
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Amtrak E-units mixed in with numerous black and blue CR power at the Harrisburg shops. Amtrak ex-RF&P E-8A 438 is coupled with ex-UP E-9A 420 in front of black and blue SD-45s and an ex-EL SDP-45.
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Harrisburg shops has mixed CR black, blue and gray units and Amtrak E-8A's and E-9A's. In July, 1977, once ready for service again ex-RF&P E-8A 438 and ex-UP E-9A 420 will head back to Harrisburg station to replace westbound trains brought in by GG-1s.
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Amtrak E-units mixed in with numerous black and blue CR power at the Harrisburg shops. Amtrak ex-L&N E-8A 447 is coupled with ex-UP E-9A 420 in front of GP-9 7174 and SD-45 6188.
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With a CR container train passing behind, Amtrak E9B 450 (ex-MILW 32B) rests at Harrisburg in May, 1977.
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Still showing her ex-PC 4921 number series instead of Amtrak 921, the one-of-a-kind GG-1 lettered for US Savings Bonds roars through on track 1 at Morrisville in March, 1980.
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Amtrak GG-1 4935, a month after her restored debut in original PRR Brunswick green and pinstripes, rests at the Harrisburg engine terminal as CR GP35 3664 and SD45 6141 roll past in June, 1977.
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Amtrak GG-1 4935, a month after her restored debut in original PRR Brunswick green and pinstripes, rests at the Harrisburg engine terminal as CR GP35 3664 and SD45 6141 roll past in June, 1977.
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With a CR TV train rolling by the Harrisburg engine terminal, Amtrak GG-1 4935 rests a month after restoration to her original PRR livery.
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Amtrak GP-7 772 and RS-3's 114 and 127 are coupled to MOW unit 15152 at Morrisville in July, 1978.
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Amtrak GP-7 783 at Morrisville in June, 1979.
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Amtrak Metroliner 817 races through Morrisville in November, 1979.
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Amtrak Metroliner 852 roars by at Morrisville in March, 1977.
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Amtrak Metroliner 868 (Budd/GE 1969-built ex-PC 868) roars through Philadelphia near Arsenal tower on May 15, 1977. The day was special as PRR GG-1 4935 was expected any moment on her debut run following restoration by Amtrak and the "Friends of the GG-1."
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Amtrak Metroliner 880 races through Morrisville in March, 1980.
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A quartet of Amtrak Metroliners, led by 882, races through Morrisville in August, 1979.

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