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The Past

Switcher to the rescue NJT SW9 436 pulls a train of dead MU cars near East Orange, NJ during January 1981. This switcher today serves the New York & Greenwood Lake Railway operation in Garfield, NJ. Photo by Steve Kay
EL RS3's Demoted from passenger service by new GE U34CH diesels, a pair of Erie Lackawanna RS3's pull a ballast train through South Orange, NJ in 1971. The train is passing the empty shell of SO Tower, where the DL&W once had an MU storage yard. Photo by Steve Hepler
D&H GE's A trio of big Delaware & Hudson GE's rest at Wilkes-Barre, PA during December 1970. Photo by Al Holleuffer
E60 first run The first Amtrak E60CH, number 950, is pictured on its first run during April 1976 rolling west through Harrison, NJ. Note the short three-car test trainset. Photo by Jay Mikesh

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