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D&H Challenger and new PRR Alco One of Delaware & Hudson's famed 4-6-6-4 Challengers leads a freight train through Schenectady, NY in 1948, passing the engine terminal near Freeman's Bridge. Directly behind the Challenger is a brand-new Alco switcher destined for the Pennsylvania Railroad. Photo by Ed Wittekind
D&H Challenger pushing A Delaware & Hudson Challenger pushes hard against a reefer in the train from the above photograph. Photo by Ed Wittekind
NJT E60's Shortly after purchase and delivery from Amtrak in 1985, a string of E60 electrics rest in South Amboy, NJ. The 961 still has evidence of its original Amtrak paint scheme. Photo by Jeffrey A. Lubchansky
ACF Talgo at Denville In a rare color view, the ACF "Talgo" train reposes on the Lackawanna Railroad during a weekend in the mid-1950's, while in the midst of its demonstration stint on the DL&W. The train is sitting on the tail of the Denville, NJ wye. Photo by Bill Young
BEDT Alco Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal (BEDT) Alco S1 number 23 rests between switch jobs at its Brooklyn terminal in the late 1960's. Today this line is run by New York Regional Rail, the former New York Cross Harbor. Photo by Al Holleuffer
C&O 614 on Chessie Chesapeake & Ohio 4-8-4 614 leads the Chessie Safety Special at Mance in 1981. Photo by Randy Mower
MU's in Mt. Tabor Former Erie Lackawanna electric multiple unit cars roll along the pond in Mount Tabor, NJ in 1980, wearing no less than three different paint schemes. The archaic cars had only four years left to go before retirement. Photo by Steven Kay

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