RailPictures.Net Photo: BPRR 3880 Buffalo & Pittsburgh EMD SD60I at Salamanca, New York by mtnclimberjoe
 
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Buffalo & Pittsburgh (more..)
EMD SD60I (more..)
BPRR Main Line Sub (more..)
Salamanca, New York, USA (more..)
April 10, 2020
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BPRR 3880 (more..)
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A heavy snow squall blankets Salamanca, New York as the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's SIRI gets ready to depart southbound behind a trio of SD60I's. The morning crew will board here at the former BR&P station.
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