RailPictures.Net Photo: PC 4890 Amtrak GG-1 at Aberdeen, Maryland by Bob Kise
 
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Amtrak Aberdeen Station (more..)
Aberdeen, Maryland, USA (more..)
June 13, 1976
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Traffic has come to a halt on Bel Air Avenue for a southbound Amfleet consist led by Penn Central GG-1 No. 4890. Note the HEP car converted from an old coach, the now-gone general store, and vintage station wagons. No. 4890 was built by Altoona-GE in March of 1940, and is now preserved at Wisconsin's National Railroad Museum.
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