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Photo of Crossing the C9 Bridge
Crossing the C9 Bridge

For the first time in over 58 years, a regularly scheduled passenger train crossed over the C9 Bridge just west of MP 5 in Kingston, NY on the former Ulster & Delaware Railroad. On March 31, 1954 it was New York Central train #528. On December 8, 2012 it was Catskill Mountain Railroad Winter Holiday Train. At the controls of RS-1 #401 was Earl Pardini, President of the railroad and brakeman on the last westbound revenue train across the bridge operated by Penn Central in 1976.

Photographed by Dan Howard, December 8, 2012.
Added to the photo archive by Dan Howard, December 13, 2012.
Railroad: Catskill Mountain RR.

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