RailPictures.Net Photo: NHN 3823 New Hampshire Northcoast EMD GP38-2 at Somerville, Massachusetts by Paolo Roffo
 
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New Hampshire Northcoast (more..)
EMD GP38-2 (more..)
3rd Avenue (more..)
Somerville, Massachusetts, USA (more..)
October 21, 2014
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NHN 3823 (more..)
Pan Am DOBO (more..)
Paolo Roffo (more..)
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Limping In. DOBO finally makes its appearance into 3rd Avenue in Somerville. They had been sitting a few blocks away for quite a while after losing their air near Walnut Street. B&M 332 at right is LA-4's power for the week, although she obviously did not meander up to Peabody or over to Everett that night.
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