RailPictures.Net Photo: PC 4443 Penn Central E-44 at Monmouth Junction, New Jersey by Tom Nelligan
 
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Penn Central (more..)
E-44 (more..)
station (more..)
Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA (more..)
December, 1970
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PC 4443 (more..)
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Tom Nelligan (more..)
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A trio of Penn Central E44s march south on the long straightaway through Monmouth Junction, NJ, on the point of a westbound freight. This was still an active commuter stop, but the headless gooseneck lamp on the station platform has seen better days.
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