RailPictures.Net Photo: NJT 4876 New Jersey Department of Transportation GG-1 at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania by Jim Appleman
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New Jersey Department of Transportation (more..)
GG-1 (more..)
Harris tower (more..)
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
June 06, 1981
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NJT 4876 (more..)
Unknown (more..)
Jim Appleman (more..)
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"Farewell to Amtrak GG1"excursion was sponsored by Lancaster and Philadelphia chapters, NRHS, using doubleheaded NJT GG1 locomotives to pull the special train. The trip originated at Harrisburg, PA, and operated via Lancaster, Philadelphia, Perryville, Harrisburg, and back to Philadelphia. In this view, "Farewell to Amtrak GG1" excursion has arrived back in Harrisburg. GG1s 4877 & 4876 are taken off the train at the station and the accompanying AMT F40PH will take the train beyond electrified territory to Rockville Bridge to turn it on the wye, then return to Harrisburg Station where the now turned GG1s with PRR 4877 leading will finish the trip to Philadelphia.
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