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  1. #3021
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    The Pennsylvania Railroad's MO Tower was located at Cresson, PA. An effort was made to relocate the tower for preservation, but when it was lifted, a main structural member broke and the tower was demolished on the spot. [400 ASA Ektachrome, April 1989, Nikon 2020]

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  2. #3022
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    Drumhead on the rear of former Lehigh Valley Railroad business car No. 353 in Bay Head, NJ. In its glory days, the Lehigh Valley's crack passenger train was the Black Diamond, paying homage to the railroad's fortunes made in anthracite coal. [02/1983, Kodachrome, Nikon EL-2]

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  3. #3023
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    A fine piece of railroad architecture, MG tower will soon bite the dust. Thanks for posting these Sandpatch.
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  4. #3024
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    CNJ signal lock, Woodbridge, NJ 1981. [Kodachrome, Nikkormat FTn]

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  5. #3025
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    Now 100 years old, I found this Pennsylvania Railroad keystone impressed into a branchline bridge overpass at Ringoes, NJ in 1980. [Kodachrome, Nikkormat FTn]

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    The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western's letters stand proudly on the Bush train sheds at the Hoboken, NJ terminal. These platform canopies were a unique design, eschewing the large vaulted arches which were common in the era in favor of low profile cantilevered roofs with slots centered along the centers of each track to provide ventilation for steam locomotive exhausts and skylights to illuminate platforms. Inventor Abraham Lincoln Bush was the DL&W's Chief Engineer. [Kodachrome, Nikkormat FTn]

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  7. #3027
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    With its crew protected by "ghetto grills", GE E-60 956 races through Princeton Jct, NJ trailing a cloud of dust. [Nikkormat FTn, Kodachrome, July 1978]

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