RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 1 Amtrak GE P42DC at Tucson, Arizona by Steve Schmollinger
 
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Amtrak (more..)
GE P42DC (more..)
Stockham (more..)
Tucson, Arizona, USA (more..)
November, 1998
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AMTK 1 (more..)
AMTK 2 (more..)
Steve Schmollinger (more..)
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Amtrak P42DC No. 1 leads train No. 2 through Stockham, location of much-used double crossovers in Tucson. The dispatcher has this morning's Sunset Limited on Track 2, where she'll be right to the platform at Tucson's passenger depot. Here she'll take on fuel and other necessaries for the trip to El Paso and beyond.
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