RailPictures.Net Photo: Penn Central MP-54 MU at Iselin, New Jersey by Tom Nelligan
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Penn Central (more..)
MP-54 MU (more..)
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Iselin, New Jersey, USA (more..)
April 10, 1971
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The Pennsylvania Railroad once rostered over 500 MP-54 class MUs, a design dating to 1915, but by 1971 newer equipment was coming on line to replace them. This set of owl-eyed MP-54s running as a New York-New Brunswick local at Iselin, NJ, would soon give way to new Jersey Arrows. The first three cars still wear PRR keystones.
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